Jarot Admitted to Practice Before United States Supreme Court

Edward J. Jarot, Jr., a resident of Plainfield, was admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States in a ceremony held at the Supreme Court courtroom in Washington, D. C., on Monday, June 3, 2013.

Mr. Jarot is a partner with the Joliet law firm of Dystrup, Hoster & Jarot, P.C.  The firm was founded by Louis Davis and Andrew C. Dystrup in 1977.  A native of the Plainfield/Joliet area, Mr. Jarot received his Bachelor of Arts degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Indiana State University, his law degree in 1996 from Loyola University Chicago, and his Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.), with honors, from John Marshall Law School in 2001.

Mr. Jarot was part of a group of 50 Illinois lawyers organized by the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). The Honorable John G. Roberts, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, granted the motion for admission as part of the June 3, 2013 session of the Court, presided over by all nine Justices.

Admittees must complete an application with an endorsement of two sponsors and present a “certificate of good standing” from their local jurisdiction to confirm they have been a member of the local bar for at least three years.

A reception was held for the lawyers, their family and friends at the historic Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Jarot’s practice concentrates in the areas of Tax, Estate, Wealth Preservation and Asset Protection Planning, and Business/Business Succession Planning, and he is a frequent speaker on these topics with the Illinois State Bar Association, the Will County Bar Association, and the National Business Institute.

Outside of his work, Mr. Jarot is involved with many community groups, including being a board member of the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Rialto Square Theater Foundation.