Antonio Corral, a founding partner of Corral, Kearney & Cho, LLP, is highly regarded by his peers for his knowledge of the law and the pursuit of justice on behalf of his clients. Antonio is a United States Marine Corps veteran and has worked for the Chicago Police Department since 1998. Antonio holds a Juris Doctor degree from The John Marshall Law School.
Antonio works with a variety of immigration & nationality law, family law and estate planning issues. Antonio prides himself on handling each case personally and on being accessible to his clients. Antonio routinely travels to meet with clients and ensures each client gets the special and focused interest and attention that they deserve.
Joseph A. Kearney
Joe Kearney is a founding partner of CKC. Joe works with a variety of residential and commercial real estate matters, including closings, zoning and entitlements, condominium issues and property tax appeals. Joe is an adjunct professor at the graduate School of Public Services at DePaul University, teaching Administrative Law.
Prior to CKC, Joe was a Staff Attorney for the Illinois Appellate Court, First District in Chicago, and worked for several years prior to law school at the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development at DePaul University, an organization which studied urban planning and real estate development issues.
Joe holds a J.D. from The John Marshall Law School, an M.S. in Public Services from DePaul University and a B.S. in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a Junior Board member for the 100 Club of Cook County, which provides support to the families of fallen first responders in Cook and Lake Counties.
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Seung Hyun Cho
Seung Hyun Cho is a founding partner of Corral, Kearney & Cho, LLP. Seung was born in Korea and immigrated to the United States in 1981. At the age of eighteen, Seung applied for and obtained his U.S. citizenship. Seung understands first-hand, the difficulties and hardships associated with the immigration process. Seung has proudly served as a Chicago Police Officer since 2002 and holds a Juris Doctor degree from The John Marshall Law School.
Seung works on a variety of legal matters including, but not limited to immigration, real estate, and family law. Seung is respected by his colleagues for his ability to analyze legal issues and draft legally binding documents. In October 2014, the Korean Consulate requested Seung to be a guest speaker at a police related seminar held in Seoul, Korea.