Nicholas Tyszka Appointed Chair of the Chicago
Bar Association's Real Property Law Committee
(Monday, June 15, 2018)
Nicholas Tyszka, the managing member of the Law Offices of T. Nicholas Tyszka, L.L.C. has been reappointed as the chair of the Chicago Bar Association's Real Property Law Committee.
Tyszka's appointment was made by incoming CBA president Steve Elrod. This appointment will be effective for the 2018-19 year, which begins this month.
The Real Property Law Committee is involved in all areas of real estate law and practice, and has more almost seven hundred members across the city. Through its subcommittees, which meet at least once monthly, and the committee as a whole, which meets monthly, developments in all areas of real estate law and practice are studied, and legislative changes suggested. Members are kept advised of recent developments by regular CLE programs, committee programs, and a newsletter.
"It is important that real estate attorneys have a place to go where they can stay educated about the practice, and come together to tackle real issues that they are encountering in practice," said Tyszka. "The CBA helps the professional development of our members, and that ultimately leads to the better representation of clients involved in buying and selling real estate."
Tyszka, 39, has been the chair of the Real Property Law Committee since 2017 and vice-chair since 2014. He also sits on the board of directors for the Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Assocition (IRELA), and serves on the board of governors for the Catholic Lawyers Guild of Chicago (CLG). He resides in the River North area of Chicago.