Gilbert Broderick III focuses his practice on civil litigation for subrogation cases. He will also be prosecuting matters for municipalities, representing defendants in insurance defense cases, and defending clients on both traffic citations and DUI charges.
Gil joined KGG in March 2022 as KGG’s newest attorney after already becoming a skilled litigator. He began accumulating legal experience while still an undergrad as part of Lewis University’s American Mock Trial Association, where he was a nationally ranked team captain from 2015-2017 and was also selected as Most Valuable Mocker.
Upon entering law school, Gil participated in the Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s National Mock Trial Team. He competed nationally as a member of the team for two years and was appointed to the Mock Trial Executive Board in his third year of law school. He was also bestowed with the Aristotle Award for writing and arguing the best brief.
Gil also worked as an intern for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for his first two years of law school. After earning his 711 license as a third-year law student, he was able to prosecute traffic and misdemeanor cases in both bench and jury trials for the Will County State’s Attorney.
After graduating law school and receiving his Illinois law license, Gil began practicing for a small law firm in Cook County, where he worked on a diverse spectrum of cases, including civil, domestic relations, and criminal matters. He drafted and argued motions and represented clients in bench trials. He is excited to now be a part of the KGG team.
- Illinois, 2021
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
- J.D. – 2020
- Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois
- B.A. – 2016
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Illinois State Bar Association