Cook County Bar Association Real Estate Committee

Tue, May 11, 2021, 8:00 am - 9:00 am CST

Online Event

11 May

About the Event

CCBA Real Estate Law Committee CLE Program

Real Estate Property Tax Appeal Practice

Presenters:

Adam E. Bossov, Esq (Law Offices of Adam E. Bossov, PC)

Tracie R. Porter, Esq (Tracie R. Porter, PC)

Topics:

Tax Appeal Process, Exemptions, Commercial & Residential Properties and Tips for Practitioners.

Location

Online Event

Date and Time

Tue, May 11, 2021, 8:00 am - 9:00 am CST

05/11/2021 8:00 am 05/11/2021 9:00 am America/Chicago Cook County Bar Association Real Estate Committee Online Event <p>CCBA Real Estate Law Committee CLE Program</p><p>Real Estate Property Tax Appeal Practice</p><p>Presenters:</p><p>Adam E. Bossov, Esq (Law Offices of Adam E. Bossov, PC)</p><p>Tracie R. Porter, Esq (Tracie R. Porter, PC)</p><p>Topics:</p><p>Tax Appeal Process, Exemptions, Commercial and Residential Properties and Tips for Practitioners.</p><br/><br/> For details, visit the event page: https://www.ticketfalcon.com/e/realestatepropertytaxappeal/

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Organizer

Cook County Bar Association

Since its inception, the Cook County Bar Association (the “CCBA”) has been at the forefront of legal issues of concern to the Black community.  During the 1919 Chicago race riots, CCBA members defended Black residents who were unlawfully arrested and initiated civil lawsuits for damages.  For over 100 years, the CCBA has aggressively supported the civil, political, and economic rights of the Black community and its members.Through organized activities and individual contributions from its members, the CCBA has held various legal clinics and community forums at various sites and supported by renowned civil rights organizations including Rainbow PUSH, local chapters of the NAACP, and other local groups and churches.  The CCBA Foundation provides legal information, resources, and referrals through its monthly legal clinics.

Organizer

Cook County Bar Association

Since its inception, the Cook County Bar Association (the “CCBA”) has been at the forefront of legal issues of concern to the Black community.  During the 1919 Chicago race riots, CCBA members defended Black residents who were unlawfully arrested and initiated civil lawsuits for damages.  For over 100 years, the CCBA has aggressively supported the civil, political, and economic rights of the Black community and its members.Through organized activities and individual contributions from its members, the CCBA has held various legal clinics and community forums at various sites and supported by renowned civil rights organizations including Rainbow PUSH, local chapters of the NAACP, and other local groups and churches.  The CCBA Foundation provides legal information, resources, and referrals through its monthly legal clinics.