CH attorney gets nod from bar at Supreme Court
July 3, 2013 3:08PM
Updated: August 8, 2013 6:04AM
David Santori, Chicago Heights, was admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court in a ceremony held at the Supreme Court courtroom in Washington, D.C.
Santori was one of a group of 50 Illinois lawyers admitted by application through the Illinois State Bar Association.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts granted the motion for admission. Admission was by application with the recommendation of two current Supreme Court Bar members and certification of good standing from the Illinois Supreme Court.
Santori is the secretary of the Fire and Police Commission of Chicago Heights. He has held that position since 1996. He also has been Brownfield Grant coordinator for Chicago Heights since 2005.
He currently serves as attorney for the Country Club Hills Park District and as an administrative hearing officer for the City of Country Club Hills. He has been an adjunct professor at St. Xavier University at the Graham School of Management, teaching graduate and undergraduate studies since 2001.
Santori has practiced in Illinois as a civil trial attorney since 1972.