Illinois Super Lawyer James Hagler on Chicago Counterpoint TV
CHICAGO, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — On Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 at 7:30PM (CST) leading Chicago Divorce Attorney James Hagler will appear with internationally renowned fathers’ rights attorney and host Jeffery M. Leving on Chicago Counterpoint TV. This week’s show will focus on family law challenges facing divorcing men, especially military fathers seeking to protect their relationship with their children, before, during and after deployment. In addition to his esteemed work on behalf of military dads, Hagler is also highly regarded for his expertise concerning international child abduction cases and is a multiple recipient of the Award of Merit from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Chicago Counterpoint TV is broadcast live on CAN-TV’s Channel 21 and provides essential legal education to single dads, men in divorce and Chicago divorce lawyers seeking to expand their professional knowledge. Counterpoint TV is an open, interactive forum. Viewers may call in and ask questions or leave comments at 312 738-1060. Viewers can also stream the show live at http://cantv.org/live and participate in discussions on the Fatherhood Educational Institute Facebook page.
About James Hagler: Attorney James Hagler has earned a reputation as a fierce trial attorney, with numerous victories litigating high-profile and high-asset cases. He has received several honors for his trial skills, including being named a Chicago Best Lawyer and an Illinois Super Lawyer. Further, having served in the U.S. Army, Hagler is a tireless fighter for the rights of military dads, both in and outside of the courtroom.
About the Host: Attorney Jeffery M. Leving was named one of “America’s Best Lawyers” by Forbes Radio(TM) and has co-authored several Illinois laws, including the Illinois Joint Custody Act. Leving is committed to social justice and is chairman of the Illinois Council on Responsible Fatherhood (http://www.ResponsibleFatherhood.com) and founder of the Fatherhood Educational Institute (www.fatherhood-edu.org), which promotes fatherhood in impoverished communities. He was recently awarded the National Lifetime to Call Service Award by President Barack Obama.
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SOURCE Fatherhood Educational Institute