Thomas C. Paschalis

Tom Paschalis is an associate who represents Fletcher & Sippel clients in litigation matters. Prior to joining Fletcher & Sippel in 2011, Tom was an associate attorney at a northwest Indiana personal injury firm. His experience also includes practice in the field of commercial litigation, and he has handled cases and made frequent appearances in federal and state courts in the Chicago area and downstate Illinois.

As a law student, Tom was an Articles Editor for the Illinois Business Law Journal, and he also served as a legal intern for the Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives in Springfield. Before attending law school, Tom worked as a news writer and production assistant for Chicago Public Radio, where he covered civic and state politics, breaking news, and the arts.

Tom Paschalis is an associate who represents Fletcher & Sippel clients in litigation matters. Prior to joining Fletcher & Sippel in 2011, Tom was an associate attorney at a northwest Indiana personal injury firm. His experience also includes practice in the field of commercial litigation, and he has handled cases and made frequent appearances in federal and state courts in the Chicago area and downstate Illinois.

As a law student, Tom was an Articles Editor for the Illinois Business Law Journal, and he also served as a legal intern for the Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives in Springfield. Before attending law school, Tom worked as a news writer and production assistant for Chicago Public Radio, where he covered civic and state politics, breaking news, and the arts.

Education

  • University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign, Illinois; Juris Doctorate; cum laude
  • Illinois Business Law Journal, Champaign, Illinois; Articles Editor
  • Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; BA in Communications

Bar Admissions

State of Illinois
State of Indiana
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit