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Alex J.S. Pullen

Alex’s practice primarily focuses on the areas of corporate law, tax law, and employee benefits. He also maintains an active transactional practice, assisting clients in business and real estate transactions, as well as estate planning. Alex is a Peoria native and is based in Davis & Campbell’s Peoria office. Alex is dedicated to proactive representation, working to assist clients by preventing and solving problems to minimize the risk of conflict and litigation.

Alex is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association.

Alex joined Davis & Campbell in 2022, following his graduation from the University of Illinois College of Law.


  • Bradley University (B.S., summa cum laude 2018)
  • University of Illinois College of Law (J.D., cum laude 2022)

Contact Alex J.S. Pullen

Office Locations

Peoria, IL

401 Main St., Suite 1600
Peoria, IL 61602

Phone: (309) 673-1681
Fax: (309) 673-1690

Alex J.S. Pullen In the News

BIPA, Remote Exams and Student Privacy (Powell v. DePaul University)

On November 4, 2022, the U.S. District Court for the Northeastern District of Illinois determined a privacy issue affecting universities and their students. Remote exam proctoring was on the rise before Covid-19, but many universities have continued utilizing the technology even where in-person classes are available.  Some students consider remote exam proctoring to be a […]

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The So-Called “Workers’ Rights” Amendment Will Hurt Illinois Employees

By Julie A. Noel & Richard A. Russo of Davis & Campbell L.L.C. Earlier this year, the Illinois legislature passed a proposed amendment to the Illinois Constitution that would, if ratified by voters on November 8, 2022, significantly alter the landscape of collective bargaining in Illinois. The so-called “Workers’ Rights Amendment” (“Amendment”) purports to create […]

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New Chicago Law Requires “Bystander” Training in Sexual Harrassment Policies for Chicago Employers

In April of 2022, Mayor Lightfoot and the Commission on Human Rights amended the City’s sexual harassment laws to make them stronger and to uphold zero tolerance of violence and harassment in the workplace. The Chicago Commission on Human Rights has begun enforcing this new ordinance which requires, among other things, that every Chicago employee must receive a dedicated hour of bystander sexual harassment training annually. While New York City had enacted requirements for sexual harassment prevention training, which included bystander training, Chicago’s law differs in that it requires a full, separate hour of bystander training for covered employees. As such, Chicago is the first jurisdiction to require this type of training on its own. Employers have until June 30, 2023, to begin providing this training.

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State Legislative and Employment Law Update

David Lubben will be presenting at the Illinois SHRM Employment Law Conference on State Legislative and Employment Law Update on March 30 2022.

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Work Authorization Win for Derivative Beneficiaries – Shergill Settlement to Change H-4 and L-2 EAD Requirements

Depending on class of admission, certain noncitizens may be authorized to work in the United States, pursuant to nonimmigrant visa status. Spouses of L-1A and H-1B visa holders are considered “derivative beneficiaries” and their status runs concurrently to the status of the primary beneficiary spouse.  By statute, L-2 spouses are authorized for employment incident to […]

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