Vaclavek Hartman Vaclavek, P.C.

Michael Poper

Of Counsel Attorney

Education
  • Lane Tech High School, Chicago, Illinois 1961
  • University of Illinois, B.S. Business, 1965
  • University of Illinois, Juris Doctor, 1968
  • Certified Public Accountant’s Certificate, 1966
Relevant Employment
  • Zukowski, Poper, Rogers & Flood – Crystal Lake, Illinois, 1968 to 1984
  • Michael C. Poper, P.C., established in 1984 to present
  • The Gitlin Law Firm, P.C., of counsel, 8-1-2016 to 11-30-2019
Organizations
  • Past Ambassador, Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce
  • Past Treasurer, National Association of Township Attorneys
  • Past President and Board Member, Pioneer Foundation
  • Former Board Member, Mozart Festival, Woodstock, Illinois
  • Former Secretary, Crystal Lake Lions Club
  • Founder, Past President and Director Emeritus of the Illinois Township Attorney’s Association (Director for over 30 years)
Professional Experience
  • Admitted to the Practice of Law in Illinois since 1968
  • Represented various municipalities in all types of matters from 1968 to 1990
  • Represented townships throughout the State of Illinois from 1970 to present
  • Experienced numerous election board hearing as attorney for objector, attorney for board, attorney for the candidate and as bearing officer
  • Lecturer at TOI Educational meetings 1970 to 2010
  • Presenter at numerous Illinois Township Attorneys Association education seminars
Awards
  • Designated Illinois Super Lawyer annually from 2006 to 2020
  • Illinois Township Attorneys Association S. Bruce Scidmore Award in Recognition of Outstanding Service to the Association (November 2012)

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Barrington Office:

1300 S. Grove Ave. Suite 100
Barrington, IL. 60010

Crystal Lake Office:

365 Millenium Dr. Suite C
Crystal Lake, IL. 60012

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