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Robert Schur is a Director, Fiduciary Advisory Services at BMO Family Office in Chicago. His professional interests are at the intersection of trusts and estates and finance. He advises the bank's clients on estate planning, trust and estate administration, and the investment and tax considerations inherent to each. Prior to joining BMO, Robert practiced as a trusts and estates attorney at Hamilton Thies & Lorch LLP, a boutique trusts and estates firm, and as a banking and finance attorney at Baker McKenzie LLP.
Robert is licensed to practice in both Illinois and Florida. He earned his JD from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and his BA in history from Cornell University, both manga cum laude.
At DePaul University College of Law, Robert teaches Wills and Trusts. Prior to joining the DePaul faculty, Robert taught Legal Writing I and II and Professional Identity Formation at Loyola.
Outside the classroom, Robert is an avid baseball fan who has visited all 30 major league parks, dozens of minor league fields, and took his post-bar exam trip to visit the stadiums of the Japanese leagues. In winter, he can be found throwing and sweeping stones at the Chicago Curling Club. He resides in Northbrook with his wife, Rebecca, and son, Eli.