Micah T. Reeves
Micah T. Reeves joined Schwartz Injury Law in 2019. Mr. Reeves concentrates his practice in the areas of medical negligence, catastrophic birth injury, nursing home negligence, wrongful death, and auto injuries. Mr. Reeves also manages the firm’s Medicare lien reporting and appeals. Mr. Reeves obtained his Juris Doctorate from DePaul University College of Law in 2017. While studying at DePaul, Mr. Reeves was the recipient of five (5) CALI awards for achieving the highest grade in a given class in Medical Malpractice Survey, Trial Advocacy I, Legal Analysis Research and Communication III (LARC III), Mediation: Family Law, and Adoption Law. Mr. Reeves also graduated in the top 25% of his class. After passing the Illinois Bar Exam, Mr. Reeves served as the first Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Clare Elizabeth McWilliams, a Law Division, Jury Section Judge and Supervising Judge of the Asbestos Litigation Docket for the Circuit Court of Cook County, currently one of the largest all-encompassing court systems in the country.
During his Judicial Clerkship, Mr. Reeves managed a unique courtroom portfolio of over 500 active cases, authored countless draft orders on dispositive and post-trial motions, helped create the electronic filing update for the 4th iteration of the Order Governing the courts extensive Asbestos deferred case registry, and developed Judge McWilliams’ standing order, trial schedule, and motion call schedule. Furthermore, Mr. Reeves created numerous professional educational presentations (Power Point and Keynote) to accompany Judges and Lawyers in panel discussions, including but not limited to, the Illinois Judicial Education Conference, The Perrin Asbestos Litigation Conference in Beverly Hills, multiple additional programs covering courtroom ethics and other litigation issues, and the “Your Future, Your Choice” Program (“YFYC”), developed in coordination with The Illinois Judges Association “In Schools Programs” to teach students about positive police interaction and the dangers of irresponsible and inappropriate texting.
- DePaul University College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2017
- Doane University, 2010. Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance
- Illinois, 2017
- Honorable Judge Clare Elizabeth McWilliams, Circuit Court of Cook County, Law Division, Supervising Judge of the Asbestos Litigation Docket.
Memberships & Associations
- CALI Awards for achieving the highest grade in a given class: Medical Malpractice Survey, Trial Advocacy I, Legal Analysis Research and Communication III (LARC III), Mediation: Family Law, and Adoption Law