Chupack, a partner at Heinrich & Kramer, P.C., and a lawyer for 35 years, currently focuses on real estate law and general commercial litigation. He is the vice chair of the CBA’s Real Property Law Committee and a former chair of the ISBA’s Real Estate Law Section. He has experience representing clients in a wide variety of cases, including personal injury, guardianship, and eviction, according to his campaign Facebook page. He has also been a commercial arbitrator for 20 years. He won a contested Democratic primary in March.
Bar Association ratings: Positive
The CBA found Chupack highly qualified, noting his “extensive practice experience” and “excellent temperament.” The ISBA and the CCL also found him qualified, with the CCL writing that he “is reported to be very knowledgeable about his areas of practice” and “is praised for his work as an arbitrator.”
Survey response: Responding to an Injustice Watch survey, Chupack highlighted his experience with firms of all sizes and said he supports “the recent efforts to move away from financial bail for less serious crimes.” (Full survey)