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Faculty and Administration Profiles

Kevin C. Lichtenberg

Title/s:  Adjunct Faculty

Phone: 312.771.5342

Email: kevin@heflerlaw.com


Kevin (he/him/his) is an attorney at HeflerLichtenberg in Chicago and concentrates his practice on guardianship and probate, elder law, mental health and risk management, and child welfare and adoptions. He is a member of DCFS's Statewide Adoption Attorney panel. He is also regularly appointed as guardian ad litem in guardianship proceedings before the probate court.

Kevin is an active member of the legal community, volunteering his time and skills to multiple legal service agencies that assist low-income individuals. He participates in the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services (CVLS) pro bono program where he received a distinguished volunteer award in the adult guardianship program for 2022. Kevin serves on the Illinois State Bar Association Standing Committee on Judicial Evaluations for Cook County.
He has been selected as a SuperLawyer rising star every year since 2018. He recently served on the Misericordia Emerging Leaders Board. Kevin is adjunct faculty at Loyola University Chicago School of Law for the school’s pilot course Professional Identity Formation for all first-year law students. In 2016, Kevin was appointed to Loyola University Chicago School of Law's Board of Governors, in May of 2022 elected Vice President by the Board and serves on the Executive Committee. Kevin served as Chair of the Chicago Bar Association's Elder and Disability Law Committee 2022-2023.

Kevin lives in Chicago with his partner of twelve years and their two four-legged dependents (pet dog and cat). He enjoys jogging (especially along the lakefront path), golf, skiing, spending time with his siblings and ‘army’ of nieces and nephews and of course, travelling.


Kevin received both his juris doctor (2010) and master's degree (2011) from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he earned a Certificate in Health Law and served as Publications Editor of the Annals of Health Law and as Vice President of the Student Bar Association. He received his undergraduate degree (2005) from Boston College, where he participated in the honors program and graduated magna cum laude.

Professional & Community Affiliations


Courses Taught

Professional Identity Formation