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Lee & Fairman, LLP

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Lee & Fairman, LLP

Lee & Fairman, LLP

Lee & Fairman, LLP (formerly Lee, Cossell, Kuehn, Crowley & Turner, LLP), is an Illinois and Indiana general civil and criminal litigation law firm that was originally established in March, 1984 as Watkins & Lee. In 2012 the Illinois-based law firm of Fairman Law Offices, LLC was merged into the partnership, creating one of the largest minority-owed law firms in the states of Illinois and Indiana. Over the past two decades, additional partners have been added. It is comprised of skilled and experienced attorneys, paraprofessionals, and support staff dedicated to providing high quality, efficient, effective and economical legal services.

The firm’s Illinois downtown Homewood Office occupies two floors with 7,000 square feet (at the corner of Dixie Highway and 183rd Street) and is conveniently located a short distance away from both the Markham and Bridgeview Courthouses. In downtown Indianapolis, Indiana Lee & Fairman, LLP has a six story office building located at 127 East Michigan Street (at the corner of Michigan and Delaware Streets). The office is convenient to federal and Indiana state courts, Indianapolis city and county government offices, as well as banks and other institutions.

Both our Illinois and Indiana offices contains several meeting and conference rooms, which support a variety of legal needs including depositions and/or mediations involving multiple parties. Our attractive facilities are equipped with the substantial technological and managerial resources required to provide the firm’s clients with effective and efficient services.

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