Seyring has spent nearly 40 years as an attorney in private practice on cases dealing with civil matters in real estate, family law, personal injury, corporations and contracts, and more. He also served as an arbitrator for the Cook County Arbitration Program. He provides pro bono assistance to first responders through the Wills for Heroes program. His campaign Facebook page describes him as “the only true conservative Republican in the race for judge.” Seyring previously ran for judge in 2014 and 2016. This year he won the contested Republican primary.
Bar Association ratings: Positive
This year: The CCL, the ISBA, and the CBA found Seyring qualified. The CBA wrote that Seyring is “well regarded for his knowledge of probate, tax and family law” and “highly regarded by the judges before whom he has appeared.”
Past: Seyring was found qualified by the CBA and the CCL both in 2014 and 2016. “Mr. Seyring has an even temperament and is well regarded by his peers for his knowledge of the law,” wrote the CBA in 2014 and 2016.”
Survey response: The candidate did not return answers to an Injustice Watch questionnaire.