Christos I. Dimoulis is an Associate at Salvi, Salvi & Wifler, P.C. and joined the firm in August 2017. He works with clients on a variety of issues including personal injury and complex commercial litigation. Christos makes regular appearances in Lake and Cook County courtrooms for contested motions, jury trials, and evidentiary hearings.
Christos graduated cum laude from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, making the Dean’s List every semester. While at Loyola, Christos was both the President of the Christian Legal Society and a member of the prestigious Corboy Fellowship in Trial Advocacy, where he received intensive training in courtroom advocacy and advanced trial techniques. Christos’ academic awards include acceptance into the Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society, CALI award for the highest grade in his legal writing class, and Mock Trial Student of the Year in 2017.
Prior to working for Salvi, Salvi & Wifler, Christos served as a legal extern to Justice Michael B. Hyman of the Illinois Appellate Court, where he helped draft an important court opinion regarding the applicability of the Illinois Tort Immunity Act, a major law affecting the interests of personal injury plaintiffs. His prior experience also includes working for the Law Department at the Chicago Board of Education. While with the Board, Christos helped prepare Board attorneys to defend a multi-million dollar sexual-assault trial. Christos’ experience at the Chicago Board of Education continues to serve him well as he represents injured plaintiffs.
When not working, Christos enjoys disc golf, weight training, and music. An avid pianist and saxophonist, Christos occasionally appears on stage at his church, leading worship on Sunday mornings.