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Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the LawThe newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law

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Newsletter articles from 2010

Chair’s column By Sonni Choi Williams June 2010 With the immense support of President John O’Brien, the ISBA is taking action to ensure and encourage more diversity into the ISBA leadership.
Diversity and health of the bench and bar can be enhanced through professional responsibility CLE By Jayne Reardon June 2010 Professional responsibility CLE can be a great way to elevate our profession to a higher level.
The groundbreaking Diversity Committee becomes an official Winnebago County Bar Association committee and will be accepting new members By Susan K. Riege June 2010 All those who would like to help the Winnebago County Bar Association define and act out its commitment to achieving greater diversity in the legal profession and judiciary are invited to join the newly formed Winnebago County Bar Association Diversity Committee during the coming membership year.
Mangum’s experience running for the ISBA Assembly June 2010 The journey of Jameika Williams Mangum from an Assistant State's Attorney in McHenry County to the ISBA Assembly representing the 22nd Judicial Circuit.
Reorganization will strengthen the ISBA’s diversity efforts By Alice M. Noble-Allgire June 2010 You may not have heard any hammers or saws, but the ISBA recently completed a major renovation of its diversity-related committees and sections councils—a renovation that is already seeing substantial dividends in terms of greater efficiency and collaborative creativity.
Summary of Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article from February 11, 2010 By Ebony R. Huddleston June 2010 The article focused on the diversity pipeline as an avenue for increasing diversity in the legal profession.