About Lawler Brown Law Firm
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The Marion, Illinois office of Lawler Brown offers a full range of legal services. Our office is located at 1600 Main Street, just minutes from the Williamson County Courthouse, in Marion, Illinois. Our Gallatin County office is located in Shawneetown, Illinois at 251 N. Lincoln Blvd West.
A Personalized Approach
Our firm takes pride in its professional yet personalized approach, which takes into account the individual needs and goals of our clients. We deliver quality legal representation in a timely manner in a wide variety of cases. At Lawler Brown we strive to give our clients the attention, service and representation they deserve. We are located at 1600 West Main Street in Marion, Illinois, right across from the Marion Junior High School.
MEET OUR TEAM OF ATTORNEYS
Our firm takes pride in its professional yet personalized approach, which takes into account the individual needs and goals of our clients. We deliver quality legal representation in a timely manner in a wide variety of cases.
ADAM B. LAWLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW / PARTNER
Adam Lawler is the founder of Lawler Brown Law Firm. Adam is a 2004 graduate of Saint Louis University School of Law.
DAVID W. LAWLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW / PARTNER
David Lawler is an owner of Lawler Brown Law Firm. David is a 2010 graduate of Southern Illinois University School of Law. Read More
ANDREW T. FLYNN
ATTORNEY AT LAWAndrew T. Flynn has joined the Lawler Brown Law Firm as an associate attorney. Flynn is a native of Jacksonville, Ill. and is a 2011 graduate of the Southern Illinois University School of Law. He has been practicing law in Southern Illinois for the past six years.
ATTORNEY AT LAWCatherine Cosimi-Nevicosi has joined the Lawler Brown Law Firm as an associate. Cosimi-Nevicosi is a native of Royalton and has been a practicing attorney for about 12 years.
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