Robert Kahn graduated from Bradley University in 1995, earned his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1999, and has practiced law since 1999. He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and is a Partner at Sanford Kahn, LLP.
Robert co-wrote the Bench Book used by the Judges in eviction court and, in 2018, Robert was chosen to author the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (“IICLE”) chapter relating to evictions.
Robert tries cases on a daily basis, has won numerous jury trials, and appears in bankruptcy court whenever tenants file bankruptcy. Robert frequently defends landlords in fair housing lawsuits, advises several housing cooperatives, and regularly gives lectures regarding landlord-tenant law, fair housing, and the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance (“RLTO”). Robert also trains landlords regarding crime-free ordinances and common eviction pitfalls on behalf of the Alsip police department.
Robert prides himself on returning all phone calls within 24 hours and emails within hours.