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Terry Sullivan

Location : Chicago, Illinois

Phone :

800-922-4500 (Toll-free)
(312) 977-0100
(312) ABOGADO (Spanish Line)

Fax : 312-977-0795

Email : E-mail Me

  • Of Counsel, Healy Scanlon
  • WGN Legal Analyst
  • Prosecuted John Wayne Gacy, convicted of the largest mass murder in the history of the United States

Terry Sullivan is also President of The Sullivan Firm, Ltd., a law firm with offices in Rolling Meadows, downtown Chicago and Old Town.

Mr. Sullivan earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from St. Joseph’s College and received his law degree from Loyola University.

He earned public recognition while serving as a prosecutor under three State’s Attorneys. His best known prosecution was for the infamous John Wayne Gacy, convicted of the largest mass murder in the history of the United States.

Presently in private practice, Mr. Sullivan has served on the board of directors for the Northwest Suburban Association of Commerce and Industry. He is also a trustee of the Schaumburg Park Foundation and a Board Member of the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago. He is a member of the American, Illinois, Chicago and Northwest Suburban Bar Associations.

Mr. Sullivan has been a legal analyst for WGN-TV (Channel 9) for over 15 years. Viewers throughout the country have seen his analysis and predictions concerning daily occurrences, starting with the O.J. Simpson case. He continues to explain evolving legal issued for WGN viewers on local, national and international matters.

COVID 19 UPDATE

Per Governor Pritzker’s recent request that workplaces reduce their workforce and work remote whenever possible, please be advised that our office remains open, but many employees will be working remotely until the end of the month. Mail, voicemail, and emails will be received. We thank you for your patience during this period of time.

Per Governor Pritzker’s recent request that workplaces reduce their workforce and work remote whenever possible, please be advised that our office remains open, but many employees will be working remotely until the end of the month. Mail, voicemail, and emails will be received. We thank you for your patience during this period of time.