Judicial Candidate

Judge Anthony C. “Tony” Kyriakopoulos is a graduate of the St. Hilary grammar school, Lane Technical High School, The University of Illinois in Chicago and the John Marshall Law School.

After a brief stint in private practice, in the fall of 1990, he joined the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office and over the next two decades did his best to assure that justice was served. His assignments included two tours with the Narcotics Prosecutions Bureau, the Felony Review Unit, Preliminary Hearings Unit, as well as the Felony Trial Division.

He participated as a lecturer on money laundering, prosecuting drug cases and civil matters.  These seminars were presented by the Chicago Bar Association, The Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, The Chicago Police Department and The U.S. Postal Service.

In February of 2010 the Supreme Court of Illinois appointed Judge Kyriakopoulos to the bench. In 2016, Judge Kyriakopoulos was elected to the bench. He has served as a judge for the past ten years always treating everyone who appears before him with dignity and respect. Since September of 2011 he has been assigned to the Mortgage/ Mechanic’s Lien Section of the Chancery Division. From September of 2011 thru May of 2015 Judge Kyriakopoulos presided over calendar 63.  Since May of 2015 he has presided over calendar 52 which is one of three Mechanic Lien courtrooms.

Judge Kyriakopoulos is a Board member of the Hellenic Bar Association as well as an officer and founding member of  Hel.LAS  the legal aide clinic created in conjunction with the Hellenic Bar Association, the Hellenic Foundation and CVLS.

Judge Kyriakopoulos is a longtime parishioner of the St. Demetrios Church, where he served on the parish council for over twenty years.

He is a member of many legal and civic organizations.

Judge Kyriakopoulos is married and has two children.