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JRLA General Meeting
Thursday, February 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
New investors, experienced investors and everyone in-between are welcome to attend this information-packed meeting. It’s a terrific opportunity to network with investors of all sizes! Landlords and property managers alike will also surely benefit from the wealth of knowledge shared by our members.
Networking begins at 6:30pm
Meeting begins at 7:00pm
Attorney Gary Mueller will review Illinois’ new Assistance Animal Law and its impact on Landlords.
Gary S. Mueller, his wife, Jean, and their four children and two dogs have lived in the Joliet, Frankfort, and New Lenox areas for the past nineteen years. Gary received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana in 1986. He graduated from Loyola University of Chicago School of Law in 1989. Upon graduation, Gary was fortunate enough to accept a judicial clerkship with Justice David P. Ward of the Illinois Supreme Court from 1989 until the Justice retired in 1990.
Gary S. Mueller has worked hard within his community as well. From 1991 through 2002, Gary served as an adjunct professor at Joliet Junior College teaching Criminal Law and Business Law. In 1995, Gary was selected to serve on the Loyola University of Chicago School of Law Alumni Board of Governors. In 2000, Gary was elected president of the Alumni Board.
In 1997, Gary ran for and was elected Trustee in the Village of New Lenox. While a Trustee, Gary was appointed Chairperson of the Open Space, Land Use and Development, and Public Improvements Committees. During his tenure, the Village welcomed Lake Michigan water to the community which served as a catalyst to the Village’s current and further growth. Additionally, the dream of the Village Commons was created and started during Gary’s work for the Village.
From 1999 through the present, Gary has served as a Director, Officer, President, and Immediate Past President of the Will County Bar Association. While President, the Association upgraded its computer services, relocated the Association office, implemented continuing legal education seminars for members, and increased membership from four hundred members to slightly short of one thousand members.
Gary is also a co-author of portions of the 2003 and subsequent IICLE on Real Estate and has given numerous seminars and lectures on real estate related matters including the Three Rivers Association of REALTORS® Residential Contract, the 4.0 Multi-Board Residential Contract, Anti-Trust Concerns in Real Estate, Short Sales, Foreclosures, Property Disclosures, and various Inspections from Radon to well and septic through general home inspection.
Representatives from Home Depot will be on hand to discuss the offerings for landlords, including new deals on flooring.
Free to paid members and first-time visitors. $15 for all others.