Wheaton attorney named to disciplinary commission

Daily Herald staff report
Updated 1/20/2016 1:11 PM

WHEATON -- The Illinois Supreme Court has appointed David F. Rolewick to serve as vice-chairperson of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.

He will serve a one-year term with the commission, which investigates allegations of lawyer wrongdoing in the state of Illinois.


Rolewick, a founding partner of the law firm of Rolewick & Gutzke, P.C. in Wheaton, has served as a volunteer in some capacity with the ARDC since 1990, and as a board member since 2007.

He concentrates his legal practice in business and commercial law, contracts, litigation and appeals, estate planning, and trusts. He has successfully litigated and arbitrated commercial disputes in state and federal courts in Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania.

In 2001, Rolewick was designated by the Illinois Supreme Court to serve as chairman of the Special Supreme Court Committee on Professionalism, and then in 2005 he was named Chairman of the Supreme Court Commission On Professionalism.

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