Chicago

233 South Wacker Drive
Suite 6600
Chicago, IL 60606-6473
t 312.258.5500
f 312.258.5600  

It all began in Chicago.

Schiff Hardin has deep roots in The Windy City, tracing our beginning to the Hitchcock and Dupee firm that was founded in 1864. As the city grew, so did we. In fact, our attorneys were involved in many of the projects that have shaped this city.

Look at our renowned skyline, and you will see our work — the Prudential Building, the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) and the recent renovation of Soldier Field. Our offices are in one of the crown jewels of the city — the Willis Tower.

Many famed Chicago names, such as the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), and the Chicago Bears Football Club, Inc. have long-standing relationships with our firm.

We represent individuals, private businesses, public corporations, and governmental agencies in our great city and across the country. No matter what the project — big or small — our attorneys can be found working out the details, providing innovative legal solutions, and building the lasting client relationships for which our firm is known.

Our reception desk is located on the 66th Floor in Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower). Willis Tower is located between Adams Street and Jackson Boulevard on the north and south sides and Wacker Drive and Franklin Street on the west and east sides, respectively.

Detailed directions to our office.

City Information

City of Chicago:
http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en.html

Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau:
http://www.choosechicago.com/

Transportation Information

Fly Chicago:
http://www.flychicago.com/

O'Hare International Airport:
http://flychicago.com/About/OHare/Default.aspx

Midway International Airport: http://flychicago.com/About/Midway/Default.aspx

Gary Chicago International Airport: http://www.garychicagoairport.com/

Chicago Transit Authority: http://www.transitchicago.com/

Metra:
http://www.metrarail.com/

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