CHICAGO — Chapman and Cutler LLP announced today that Toi Hutchinson, Chapman’s Director of Community Relations and Social Responsibility, resigned her position with the firm, having assumed a new appointment by Governor J.B. Pritzker to oversee implementation of the new marijuana legalization law in Illinois last month.
“Toi’s ability to affect positive change has made an indelible impact on Chapman and Cutler and we are grateful for her contributions over the past two and a half years,” said William M. Libit, Chapman’s Chief Operating Partner. “As Chapman’s Director of Community Relations and Social Responsibility, Toi drove the development of our community relations outreach platform. Toi’s work was extraordinary and while we are sorry to see her go, we know this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for her which we fully support.”
Tim Mohan, Chapman’s Chief Executive Partner, echoed the firm’s appreciation. “We are extremely proud of Toi’s leadership and work with our firm and wish her all the best in her new role.”
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