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Administrative Law Judges

What is an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)?

    A: The ALJ is the person who conducts the administrative hearing and decides whether a municipal code violation has occurred and, if so, what penalty should be imposed. The Department of Administrative Hearings contracts with approximately 80 administrative law judges to conduct hearings in three facilities located throughout the City of Chicago.  Administrative Law Judges are attorneys who have been licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois for a minimum of 3 years.  They are not employees of the issuing or prosecuting city departments.

Alvarez, Joan
Barber, Robert W.
Berbas, George
Bernstein, Philip
Boyle, Mark
Brabeck, Jean
Braden, Zedrick
Breashears, Karen
Cassorla, David
Cawley, Michael
Chavez, Carol
Chico, Joseph
Connelly, Michael E.
Dauphin, Yolaine
Davis, Julie G.
Davis, Sharon
Delanty, Stephen
Dickinson, Elreta
Dudek, Michael
Eterno, David
Ex, Mitchell C.
Fitzgerald, Charles
Fleming, Dennis
Gridelli, Paul
Guest, Denis
Haran-King, Julie
Harris, Pamela
Hemphill, Ezra
Hurse, Lonathan
Johnson, Marcia
Katz, Jerome
Kennelly, Jr., Martin J.
Kenny, Carol
Klein, Jewel N.
Leeb, Theodore
Lewis, Zipporah

 

Lombardo, Frank
Lustig, Jacqueline Stanley
Lynch, Daniel
Maloney, Sheila
Mance, Ginger
McHugh, Eileen
Morris, Gia
Nichols, Catherine
Ochal, Frank
O’Sullivan, Eileen M.
Padilla, Jose
Parker, Harriet
Parry, Laura
Payne, Kyra
Plesha, Gregory
Porter, Brian
Price, Ewa
Prosser, Raymond
Quijano, Alfred
Quinn, Michael
Repel, Robert J.,
Reyna, Ralph
Roderick, Paula
Ruiz, Daniel
Sallée, Rhonda
Soelter, Robert W.
Springs, Taryn
Stewart, Rodney
Strusz, Mary Jo
Sussman, Robert
Trinkala, Leah
Waldeck, Dennis
Walker, Rhonda
Watson, Casandra
Watson, Ruth
Wilson, Alice