Hodges, Loizzi, Eisenhammer, Rodick & Kohn

Lawyers committed to the success of local


Our law firm represents school districts, charter schools, colleges and universities, municipalities, park districts and other local governments throughout Illinois.  We know this client base well, know its particular needs and problems, and understand the special, often highly-charged environment in which it operates. We are committed to the success of local government entities. Our clients tell us our high level of commitment is exceptional... we hope you'll consider finding out for yourself.

With 36 attorneys in three state-of-the-art offices in Arlington Heights, Peoria and O'Fallon, we are large enough to meet any or all of our clients' legal needs, yet not so large that any client's need is ever overlooked.  Contact us today!


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Illinois Pension Reform Law Struck Down by the Circuit Court/Supreme Court Review to Follow

DOE and DOJ Issue "Dear Colleague" Letter on the Communication Requirements of Section 504, Title I, and IDEA/School Districts Must Designate Title II Coordinator

Seventh Circuit Finds Adjunct Professor's Criticism of her Employer to Be Protected Speech/Contract Created Due Process Rights

School Board Not Required to Arbitrate Grievances Over Do Not Hire Policy


Join HLERK at the Upcoming IASB/IASA/IASBO Joint Conference

HLERK Attorneys Again Honored as Illinois “Leading Lawyers”

HLERK Seeks Supreme Court Review of Decision Imposing Zoning Compliance Requirements on Illinois School Districts

Illinois Appellate Court Finds Clear Errors in Regional Board’s Denial of Residents’ Annexation Petition

“Dear Colleague” Letter Revisits the Importance of Protecting Students from Discrimination in the Allocation of Educational Resources

News from Secretary Duncan and Department of Education to Superintendents on Nationwide Outbreak of Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68)