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Richard J. Gonzalez

Chicago-Kent College of Law
Clinical Professor of Law
Chicago, IL, USA


Richard J. Gonzalez is a Clinical Professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law where he teaches Employment Discrimination and Pretrial Litigation. Mr. Gonzalez has represented plaintiffs in employment discrimination and wrongful discharge cases since 1988 after having served as an Administrative Law Judge at the Illinois Human Rights Commission and as a civil rights lawyer with The Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago. A 1975 graduate of Northwestern University and a 1978 graduate of The Ohio State  University College of Law, Mr. Gonzalez has extensive trial experience and is active in the National Employment Lawyers Association, the ABA, and the CBA. He has published numerous articles on employment law in law reviews and practitioner journals, he is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars, and is co-executive editor of the leading employment law treatise "Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann & Grossman (BNA).
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