Christopher L. Hage

Associate Attorney

Mr. Hage’s professional career has been built upon a wide variety of private, political and public policy achievements. He has served as Legal Counsel to the Illinois Senate Judiciary Committee, testified before Senate and House Committees and has been instrumental in the passage of legislative initiatives, such as laws designed to improve contempt powers used to enforce child support orders and laws that promote uniformity and fairness in the expungement and sealing of offenses.

Born in Dixon, Illinois, Mr. Hage graduated from the prestigious Illinois Math and Science Academy and from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. Mr. Hage went on to attend Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, where he concentrated his studies on the skills necessary to be an effective trial lawyer.

After receiving his Juris Doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Mr. Hage joined the Office of the DuPage County State’s Attorney as an Assistant State’s Attorney. By the time he left the office, Mr. Hage had successfully prosecuted thousands of civil and criminal matters, including serious traffic cases, juvenile matters, misdemeanor charges, and felony DUIs. Such valuable experience in the courtroom has made him an effective trial lawyer.

In 2008, Mr. Hage began his defense career as an Associate Attorney at Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C., P.C., which is now known as Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. Mr. Hage is a compassionate and trusted lawyer on whom his clients depend.

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense
Traffic Violations

Bar Admissions

Illinois State Bar, 1997
Professional Memberships & Associations
Illinois Republican Hispanic Assembly, General Counsel


Chicago-Kent College of Law
University of Illinois – 1994
B.S. Civil Engineering
Illinois Math and Science Academy – 1990

Previous Employment

Illinois Senate Judiciary Committee, Legal Counsel
DuPage County State’s Attorney Office, Assistant State’s Attorney

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