Romanucci & Blandin promotes Ian Fallon to Associate Attorney
CHICAGO, IL – Romanucci & Blandin, LLC, a leading personal injury and civil trial practice law firm in Chicago, has proudly appointed Ian Fallon to Associate Attorney. Prior to his new role, Fallon served as a law clerk for the firm where he contributed to significant cases concerning police misconduct and excessive force, police chases, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, motor vehicle accidents, and premises liability.
“We are excited to promote this dedicated attorney to our team who has contributed to the firm’s success,” said Antonio Romanucci, Principal and Partner at Romanucci & Blandin. “His knowledge of the law, passion and uncompromising dedication to helping those who have endured injustices will serve him well in this next chapter of his career.”
“Ian has proven himself to be committed to our firm and our clients, and has worked extremely hard on their behalf,” added Stephen Blandin, Principal and Partner at Romanucci & Blandin. “He will undoubtedly be a valuable asset for our practice.”
Ian Fallon joined Romanucci & Blandin as a law clerk in 2018. Ian earned his bachelor’s degree in justice and society from Creighton University, with minors in theology and Spanish, while also earning the William Jennings Bryan Speech and Debate Scholarship. Ian graduated with a certificate in Trial Advocacy from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he made Dean’s List throughout his tenure. He was involved in Loyola’s Public Interest Law Society and Trial Advocacy department. Ian has volunteered with the National Immigrant Justice Center’s U-Visa clinic and completed an externship with the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois. He is a recipient of the William J. Campbell Public Interest scholarship and the Reynolds McBride Celtic Legal Society of Chicago scholarship. Ian placed third at the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition in October 2018. Ian is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. He previously assisted with advanced bilingual voter registration drives and grassroots legislative advocacy efforts related to the expansion of statutory rights for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients. He has also volunteered time serving meals at a homeless shelter and provided family care for children whose parents were learning English as a second language.
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