Thomas Schick focuses his practice on commercial litigation, civil litigation, local government law, and state and local tax disputes. Thomas represents clients in both state and federal courts throughout Illinois. Thomas also frequently appears before administrative and arbitration tribunals. He has experience drafting and defending briefs at all stages of litigation. Thomas has obtained numerous positive outcomes for clients via dispositive motions and negotiated settlements.
During law school, Thomas worked as a law clerk for Schain Banks. Thomas earned his Juris Doctorate and a Certificate in Advocacy from the Loyola University of Chicago School of Law. He was active in Moot Court, winning the 2017 Loyola Intraschool Moot Court Competition. He also represented Loyola as a member of the Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship Competition team where he and his partner were quarterfinalists. Additionally, Thomas served as the News Editor for the Loyola Consumer Law Review where he authored four articles analyzing consumer and business issues which were selected for publication. During law school, Thomas was also an extern for a judge on the Illinois Appellate Court.