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Kevin P. Lolli and Colin B. Willmott Join Goldberg Segalla November 10, 2014
Goldberg Segalla is pleased to announce Kevin P. Lolli and Colin B. Willmott have joined the firm as associates in its Chicago office.
Kevin is a member of Goldberg Segalla’s General Liability and Product Liability Practice Groups. In addition to these matters, his experience also includes insurance coverage and construction negligence cases. He has contributed to multiple successful summary judgment motions.
Kevin received his juris doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law (2014), where he served as Managing and Submissions Editor of the Media Law Journal. He received a Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Award in the category of Estates and Trusts. Kevin was a student assistant with Chicago-Kent’s Oyez Project, a multimedia archive devoted to the U.S. Supreme Court and its work.
While receiving his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Dayton (2011), Kevin was a tutor for the Prison Action Group for Education and Service. In addition, he performed an internship for Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown.
Colin is a member of Goldberg Segalla’s Global Insurance Services Practice Group.
His experience includes working as an extern with the City of Chicago Department of Law, where he represented the city in administrative hearings, conducted opening and closing statements before administrative law judges, and reviewed and prepared documents for vehicle impoundment hearings. In addition, Colin solicited testimony from police officers on direct examination, cross-examined respondents regarding code violations, and negotiated pleas with violators of the municipal code.
As a law student at the Elder Financial Justice Clinic in Champaign, Illinois, Colin prepared documents for order of protection hearings, interviewed and counseled clients regarding their legal issues, and investigated a possible occurrence of contractor fraud.
While receiving his juris doctor from the University of Illinois College of Law, Colin served as a judicial intern for the Honorable P. Michael Mahoney, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He was a member of the University of Illinois Law Review and served as an editor and external round competitor of the Frederick Green Moot Court Competition. He was the recipient of the Pro Bono Notation.