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The new 2011 Guide to the Illinois Statutes of Limitation is here! The Guide contains Illinois civil statutes of limitation enacted and amended through September 2011, with annotations. This is a quick reference to Illinois statutes of limitation, bringing together provisions otherwise scattered throughout the Code of Civil Procedure and other chapters of the Illinois Compiled Statutes. Go to https://www.isba.org/store/books/guidetoillinoisstatutesoflimitation2011 for more information.
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Good News - The Illinois Supreme Court has eliminated the $20 fee for claiming writing credits. That means you can now write an article for this ISBA newsletter AND get MCLE credit for it—for free! Visit http://www.mcleboard.org/ for details.
Now every article is the start of a discussion. If you're a member of the Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, you can comment on any of the articles that appear below.
After Shelby County v. Holder: The Impact on Voting Access
September 24 - Chicago - Online Course
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