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Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit (IOSCO vacancy) Curry: Candidate Profile

Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit (Republican)

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  • Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit (IOSCO vacancy) Curry, running for Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit

      Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit (IOSCO vacancy) Curry, running for Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit

 

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City: Barrington

Website: www.CurryForJudge.com

Office sought:

Cook County Circuit Court - 13th subcircuit

Age: 61

Family: Wife: Jamie Curry

Occupation: Trial Lawyer

Education: B.A., Northwestern University, 1975 J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 1978

Civic involvement: Patron, Barrington Township Republican Organization Member, Northwest Suburban Bar Association Member of American, Illinois, and Chicago Bar Associations Attorney, ABA Indochinese Legal Refugee Assistance Past President, Illinois State Society of Washington, DC Past Co-Director, Chicago Lyric Opera Auxiliary Co-Founder and Co-Director, Chicago Lawyers Division of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Member, Chicago Area Sigma Chi Alumni Parishioner, St. Anne's Catholic Church Past Member, City Club of Chicago and University Club of Chicago Contributor, Wounded Heroes Foundation, Cal's All Star Angels, Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, Heartland Institute, Northwestern University, Chicago Jesuit Academy, American Ireland Fund

Elected offices held: Vice President - 2008, Treasurer - 2002, Cook County Republican Central Committee 32nd Ward Republican Committeeman, 1996 President, Clarendon Hills Village Caucus, 1991

Have you ever been arrested for or convicted of a crime? If yes, please explain: No.

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