Meet Our Team

We are more than

We take great pride in the ethics and values we bring to both our professional and personal lives. We are more than lawyers. We are trusted business advisors, educators, and volunteers in our communities. We are also parents, sons and daughters, dog owners and little league coaches, supporters of the arts and marathon runners. Our firm culture is grounded in our relationships and the services we provide as members of our families, communities, and the legal profession.


Mark Slavin

For the past 20 years, Slavin and Slavin has been able to grow because of the relationships it builds with its clients. Our Firm’s focus on honesty, understanding, and caring for our client’s businesses has continuously brought in more and more clients that seek legal advice that is personalized for their needs. When businesses come to us for help, our Firm takes immediate action to research, develop, and execute a strategy that is catered specifically to each of our clients’ unique business needs. Our expertise in a wide variety of legal areas allows us to assist clients in almost every aspect of operating their businesses. Our Firm’s commitment to our clients goes beyond simply solving their legal problems, but also to helping them with the growth and operation of their businesses. With our connections in the legal community, we monitor, analyze, and assist in the legislative process throughout the state of Illinois. This allows us to stay up to date with the legal implications of proposed legislation, and work with our clients to prepare their businesses to continue to grow and adapt in the ever-changing world of law.


  • IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D. (1987)
  • University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, B.A. (1983)


  • Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Chicago Bar Association

Licenses and Admissions

  • Illinois State Bar (1987)
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, General Bar (1988)
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Trial Bar (2004)

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