Saturday, March 10, 2012

Organizing the Data: 7th Subcircuit - Terrell vacancy

This candidate has no opponent in the Democratic primary and faces no Republican opponent in November.

William G. Gamboney - #186

Bar Association Evaluations

The Chicago Bar Association says:
William Gamboney is “Highly Qualified” for the office of Circuit Court Judge. Mr. Gamboney was admitted to practice law in Illinois in 1977 and served as an Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney for fifteen years. Following his service in the State’s Attorney’s office, Mr. Gamboney entered private practice and has concentrated in criminal defense work. Mr. Gamboney has tried many complex cases and is highly respected for his integrity, legal knowledge, trial skills, and outstanding demeanor.
The Chicago Council of Lawyers says:
William Gamboney was admitted to practice in 1977. After spending a few years in private practice, he served as an Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney between 1979 and 1994. He has been a sole practitioner since 1994. He reports acting as lead counsel in one civil jury, 50 criminal jury trials, 10 civil bench trials, and hundreds of criminal bench trials. He has handled 25 cases on appeal. Mr. Gamboney is considered to be a skilled criminal defense lawyer with extensive experience in state courts. He is praised for his demeanor and honesty. The Council finds him Qualified for the Circuit Court.
Other Bar Association Evaluations:
Asian American Bar Association of the
Greater Chicago Area
Black Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater ChicagoRecommended
Cook County Bar AssociationRecommended
Decalogue Society of LawyersRecommended
Hellenic Bar AssociationRecommended
Hispanic Lawyers Association of IllinoisQualified
Illinois State Bar AssociationQualified
Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of ChicagoRecommended
Puerto Rican Bar Association of IllinoisQualified
Women’s Bar Association of IllinoisRecommended

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