Daniel I. Schlade

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney Daniel I. Schlade

Daniel I. Schlade is a partner in Arnstein & Lehr’s Chicago office and is part of its Litigation group. His practice focuses on general commercial litigation and real estate litigation, which includes contested mortgage foreclosures, mechanics liens foreclosures, title disputes, latent defect and warranty disputes, and broker and appraiser liability. Additionally, Mr. Schlade has co-published two articles for the Illinois Institute For Continuing Legal Education, both of which address the prosecution and defense of mortgage foreclosure claims.

Professional Activities and Achievements

While attending law school, Mr. Schlade was a member of the Law Review and Order of the Coif. He also received the CALI Award: First Amendment, and was a Semifinalist and Final Round Alternate in the Charles Evans Hughts Moot Court Competition.


Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology (J.D. with high honors, 2000)
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) (B.S., 1996)

Bar Admissions

State of Illinois