Eccleston Law: Eccleston Law pleased to announce the addition of Attorney Kelley Kuntz

Posted on June 2nd, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Ms. Kuntz is an associate attorney with Eccleston Law Offices, P.C. in its Chicago office. She represents financial advisers and investors in arbitration and litigation nationwide.

Ms. Kuntz earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The Ohio State University. While at Ohio State, she also focused on Spanish literature, grammar, and language and is conversant in Spanish. She earned her Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, and is licensed to practice law in Illinois. In addition, while earning her law degree, she was a staff writer for the John Marshall Law School’s newspaper, The Decisive Utterance

Ms. Kuntz is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA) and the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). In her free time, Ms. Kuntz enjoys traveling, running, listening to music and cheering on the Buckeyes. 


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