Jonathan Clark Green
Jonathan Clark Green is a supervising attorney in the City of Chicago Department of Law, where he practices civil rights and torts litigation in state and federal courts, having tried a number of jury trials to verdict. With over thirty years of legal experience, Mr. Green supervises attorneys in matters involving complex discovery, motion and trial practice. He has been rated “qualified” or “recommended” by all the rating bar associations. Prior to joining the Corporation Counsel’s Office, Mr. Green was in private practice as Principal of Green & Green, P.C. and Of Counsel to Rock, Fusco & Garvey, Ltd. Mr. Green is a former Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the Illinois Attorney General, where he engaged in civil litigation in both federal and state courts, and has served as a member of the legal staff of the Illinois House of Representatives. A graduate, with distinction, of The Georgetown University Law Center’s master’s degree program in international and comparative law, Mr. Green has also had diverse backgrounds in international litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Green was a fellow of the American Society of International Law in Washington, D.C., and previously worked in private practice both in Brussels and Chicago for European, Asian and American clients.
Mr. Green received his J.D. degree from the IIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law and his B.A. degree from Columbia University in New York. He is a member of the Illinois and District of Columbia bars, as well as the Federal Trial Bar. A graduate of St. Ignatius High School and active in various charities in the Chicago area, Mr. Green is also an advisory member of the Board of Directors of the Little City Foundation for the developmentally disabled, where he is guardian for two of his siblings, a Past President and active Board member of his condominium association, and a monthly volunteer for Top Box Foods, providing fresh foods to families in need on Chicago’s south side.