Heather M. Glockler concentrates her practice in corporate and business law, real estate law, zoning and land use, and local government law.
Heather is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Will County Bar Association, and Will County Women’s Bar Association.
Heather grew up in Lockport, Illinois. In 2016, she graduated from Governors State University with a B.A in Sociology. While at GSU, Heather was on the Dean’s List and participated as a research assistant for Dr. Daniel Cortese.
After college, Heather attended the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law (formerly John Marshall Law School). She graduated in 2019 and was admitted to practice law in the State of Illinois the same year. During law school, Heather was a Property Law Teaching Assistant from 2017-2018 for Professor Maureen Straub Kordesh, certified mediator through the Center for Conflict Resolution in 2018, and also served as the Administrative Editor from 2018-2019 for THE JOHN MARSHALL REVIEW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW. She is a former Spiros Family Perseverance Scholarship and Bohemian Lawyers of Chicago Scholarship recipient.
While attending law school, Heather externed for the Honorable Judge Chrystel Gavlin and worked as a 711 Intern at the Will County States Attorney’s Office representing the State in misdemeanor cases.
TO CONTACT HEATHER:
Call: 815-730-9500 x105