- Commercial Real Estate Law
|University ||Beloit College, B.A., History, 1965; Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, Juris Doctor, 1968|
|Admitted||1968, Illinois and Missouri|
|Born||LaGrange, Georgia, June 25, 1943|
Mr. Hardy focuses his practice in the areas of estate planning and commercial real estate law. He has practiced law in the Elgin/South Elgin area since 1970 and at the firm's branch office in Huntley since 1973.
Mr. Hardy's civic involvement has included serving on the Elgin YMCA Board of Directors for over 30 years, including two years as Chairman of the Board (1995-1997), as well as the boards of the Provena St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Fox Valley Music Association and the Elgin Jaycees. He is currently legal counsel for the Girl Scouts-Sybaquay Council and the Friends of the Huntley Library
Huntley and as a director of the Waterman State Bank and the State Bank of Paw Paw. He also has conducted seminars before various community groups on estate planning and real estate topics.
A native of Crystal Lake, Illinois, Mr. Hardy graduated from Crystal Lake Community High School (1961), holds a B.A. degree in history from Beloit College (1965) and received his Juris Doctor degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri (1968), where he was an Associate Editor of the Law Quarterly. Following graduation from law school, Mr. Hardy served two years as law clerk to Judge Henry S. Wise in the Federal District Court in Danville, Illinois before moving to Elgin in 1970 to commence his career in private practice. He currently resides in Huntley, Illinois with his wife Nancy and maintains regular office hours at both the Elgin and Huntley offices.
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