We are pleased to announce that attorney Justin Tresnowski has been promoted to Partner. Justin is an outstanding adviser to our clients, and his legal abilities are top notch. Since joining HSPRD, he has been heavily involved in a wide range of legal issues including civil rights litigation, executive employee negotiations, catastrophic personal injury claims, and qui tam work. Justin embodies the firm’s commitment to excellence and strong values. He is a big-picture thinker, a problem solver, and a great team player who enhances our firm’s culture. We appreciate his hard work and are proud to have him onboard.
Justin Tresnowski counsels and represents clients in state and federal court on a wide range of legal issues, with a focus on civil rights, qui tam, constitutional litigation, and labor and employment litigation. He joined the firm in 2019. Mr. Tresnowski graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Harvard Law & Policy Review, the national journal of the American Constitution Society. He also received a master’s degree, with distinction, in philosophy and public policy, from the London School of Economics, and earned his undergraduate degree, cum laude, in political science, with a minor in philosophy, politics, and economics, from the University of Notre Dame.
Prior to joining HSPRD, Mr. Tresnowski worked in the City of Chicago’s constitutional and commercial litigation division, defending City ordinances from constitutional challenges ranging from Second Amendment challenges to firearms restrictions to due process challenges to zoning changes. Mr. Tresnowski also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Rebecca Pallmeyer and the Honorable Matthew Kennelly of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and worked as a Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow at Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), where he litigated in state and federal court and engaged in policy advocacy on social justice issues, including political reform and affordable housing.