Matthew Pfeiffer (’00) Installed as New DCBA President

 

Matt Pfeiffer (’00) being sworn in as DCBA President by the Honorable Bonnie Wheaton (’78).

Matthew Pfeiffer (’00) was installed as the new president of the DuPage County Bar Association on June 7, 2018. The DCBA is the largest county bar association in Illinois with approximately 2,800 members.

Throughout the years, Matt has maintained several positions of leadership within the DuPage County Bar Association. He is a past Chair of its Professional Responsibility Committee, Business Law Committee, and Law Practice Management Committee. As a prior member of its Planning Committee, Matt worked alongside some of the most prominent attorneys and judges in DuPage County toward the development of a strategic long-term business plan for the DCBA.  Matt was also elected as a member of DCBA’s Board of Directors. He is a past recipient of the Board of Directors Award from the DuPage County Bar Association for outstanding service to this organization.  

Matt is also an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association. He has served on ISBA’s Civil Practice and Procedure Section Council for the past several years; was the moderator of a panel addressing electronic evidence issues at the prestigious invitation-only Allerton Conference (2011); has been a member of the Business and Securities Law Section Council for multiple years; and continues to serve as a member of the ISBA Assembly, the supreme policy-making body of this organization, on behalf of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit.

Dedicated to his alma mater, Matt became chair of the NIU College of Law Board of Visitors in March 2018. He has also served as a long-time member and president of the NIU College Law Alumni Council. 

Matt founded Pfeiffer Law Offices, P.C. located in Wheaton, IL in 2012. Throughout his career, he has handled a broad range of civil litigation matters for individuals as well as small- to medium-sized business entities in numerous state and federal courts and in arbitration and mediation proceedings.

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