Office of the Circuit Court Clerk
Date and Time:Monday, July 21, 2014 - 11:00am–12:00pm
Description:Meet Circuit Court Clerk Keith Brin and discuss the many resources that are offered by the Circuit Court.
Keith S. Brin was sworn in as Lake County Clerk of the Circuit Court on December 1, 2013.
E-filing and remote access to court records and documents are top priorities for Brin who most recently led the development of a state-of-the-art Electronic Filing System without the use of taxpayer funds.
As Clerk of the Circuit Court, Brin is an outspoken advocate and steadfast proponent of utilizing technology to create a seamless and efficient connection between the courts and those utilizing the courts. Brin has distinguished himself nationally as a respected and sought after counsel with regard to technological aspects of electronic citations (E-citation) and the courts.
Outside of the Circuit Clerks office, Brin is highly involved in a number of civic and philanthropic organizations, including serving as Co-Chair of the Technology Committee for the Lake County Bar Association. The USO, Make-A-Wish Illinois, Northern Illinois Food Bank and NICASA as service project recipients for the Circuit Clerks office under Brin. Brin is also an active and steadfast supporter of Honor Flight-Chicago and Operation Locate A Hero.
A highly regarded attorney and accomplished business executive prior to entering public service, Brin practiced law in Chicago at a number of prestigious firms where he focused on representing companies and employers. As a business executive, Brin helped turn small to medium sized entrepreneurial ventures from failing companies into profitable ones through legal, financial, and managerial overhauls.
Brin received both a Bachelor of Science Degree and Master of Public Health Degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He also received a JD from the Loyola University School of Law.
Keith and his wife Courtney, a school teacher, live in Highland Park, and are the parents of three young children: Sheridan, Hudson and Arden.
Registration is not available for this event.