Hodges, Loizzi, Eisenhammer, Rodick & Kohn

Lawyers committed to the success of local


Our law firm represents school districts, charter schools, colleges and universities, municipalities, park districts and other local governments throughout Illinois.  We know this client base well, know its particular needs and problems, and understand the special, often highly-charged environment in which it operates. We are committed to the success of local government entities. Our clients tell us our high level of commitment is exceptional... we hope you'll consider finding out for yourself.

With 36 attorneys in three state-of-the-art offices in Arlington Heights, Peoria and O'Fallon, we are large enough to meet any or all of our clients' legal needs, yet not so large that any client's need is ever overlooked.  Contact us today!


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Doctoral Student’s Termination from Program Was Not Disability Discrimination

College Professor's FMLA Retaliation Claims Dismissed


Governor Eliminates Mandatory Fair Share Dues for State Employees and Files Suit


Taxpayers' Lawsuit Alleging Improper Transfer from a Working Cash Fund Dismissed


Amended Illinois Eavesdropping Act in Effect

DOE/DOJ Joint Guidance Requires ELL Students Receive Equal Access

OSEP and OSERS Issue Joint "Dear Colleague" Letter Urging School Districts to Work With Jails to Ensure Pupils are Located and Evaluated

Rule Eliminating Certain School-Based Medicaid Funding Rescinded by HHS

Illinois Supreme Court Declines to Hear Plaintiffs' Appeal in Appellate Court Decision Upholding RIFs Under SB7

Illinois Supreme Court Denies Motions to Allow "Friends of Court" to File Briefs in Pension Litigation