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Thomas G. Zurliene

  Belleville, Illinois

phone (618) 257-2222
fax (618) 257-2030

Thomas received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri — St. Louis in Education. In 2013 he earned his law degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law. He is licensed to practice in Illinois.

Thomas began his legal career at the firm of Burnside, Johnston & Connor in Vandalia, Illinois. Where he focused on criminal and family law. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for FAYCO Enterprises, Inc.

Thomas resides in Breese, Illinois with his wife, Kelly, and son.

Areas of Practice:
Automobile Accidents
Medical Malpractice
Products Liability
Municipal Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
Estate Planning
Bar Admissions:
Illinois, 2013
Southern Illinois University School of Law, Carbondale, Illinois, 2013

University of Missouri — St. Louis, 2010
Major:  Education
Honors:  Magna Cum Laude

Honors and Awards:
Natural Resources Award — Best Paper, Senior Writing Seminar

School of Law Charles D. and Fairy B. Neal Scholarship

Professional Associations and Memberships:
The Illinois State Bar Association, 2013 – present

The Saint Clair County Bar Association, 2013 – present

The Illinois Trial Lawyers Association

Knights of Columbus


Thomas G. Zurliene

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