AJC Chicago has announced that it will be awarding Adam Hoeflich with its Human Rights Medallion Award. AJC presents this award annually to a community leader whose contributions demonstrate a commitment to building a more enlightened and compassionate society and whose civic contributions have helped to promote intergroup understanding and cooperation. Adam has earned this prestigious award based on his commitment to bettering the community through his philanthropic and civic endeavors.
In addition to being a partner at Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP, Adam also is on the faculty at the University of Chicago Law School, where he focuses on legal ethics and multijurisdiction litigation. Adam has been lead counsel in a wide variety of high-stakes legal matters. His professional accomplishments have been recognized by multiple legal publications, which have called him “a master courtroom strategist." Adam is also actively involved in several organizations and boards that serve the community. He serves on the boards of the University of Illinois College of Law, Northwestern Memorial Foundation, and Friends of the Israel Defense Forces Central Region. Adam is a member of Am Shalom and a long-time supporter of the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center.
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