Consumer Litigation & Advocacy
Uhrich Law p.c. is a Chicago-based firm that fights on behalf of regular folks victimized by unfair business practices. We also work towards better protections for consumers through legislation and policy.
What makes us different?
Steven J. Uhrich
After Steve graduated from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago cum laude, he was awarded an Equal Justice Works Illinois Foreclosure Fellowship with the Chicago Legal Clinic in South Chicago. For four years he supervised a team of attorneys assisting financially vulnerable families by defending wrongful foreclosures and bringing novel affirmative claims against mortgage servicing companies for unfair business practices. Steve now brings lawsuits on behalf of consumers in state and federal courts and litigates at both the trial and appellate level in a wide variety of industries.
He volunteers regularly with Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, the Willow Creek Community Care Center Legal Aid Ministry, and other civil legal service providers in the Chicagoland area.
Steve enjoys rock climbing, golf, cooking, and trying to find time to read non-fiction.
- Supreme Court of Illinois
- Northern District of Illinois
- United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
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“Modern society seems increasingly to expose men to injuries for which individually they are in a poor position to seek legal redress, either because they do not know enough or because such redress is disproportionately expensive. If each is left to assert his rights alone if and when he can, there will at best be a random and fragmentary enforcement, if there is any at all.”
– Kalven and Rosenfield, The Contemporary Function of Class Suit, 8 U. Chi. L. Rev. 684, 686 (1941).