Bar Admissions: Illinois; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
Practice Groups: Toxic/Mass Tort; Product Liability Defense
Education: The John Marshall Law School, JD, 2015; University of Oklahoma, Masters in Human Relations, B.A. African & African American Studies
Memberships: Cook County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association
Raymond Rushing is a litigator in the Chicago office of Foley & Mansfield, where he focuses his practice in toxic/mass tort and product liability defense.
Prior to joining Foley & Mansfield, Raymond served as a Social Security Judicial Law Clerk for the Northern District of Illinois under Chief Judge Ruben Castillo and Presiding Magistrate Judge Maria Valdez, where he conducted research and drafted more than 30 judicial opinions relating to Social Security law. He also worked for the US Department of Labor as a contractor ensuring employer compliance with H2A rules and regulations.
Prior to completing law school, Raymond clerked at the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission, and served as a Judicial Extern to both the Honorable Arlander Keys, Northern District of Illinois and the Honorable Laura C. Liu, Circuit Court of Cook County.
Currently, Raymond is an Adjunct Professor at The John Marshall Law School, where he teaches Expert Learning in Contracts & Property, and serves on the law school’s Board of Visitors.