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Illinois Bar Journal
Articles From Ole Bly Pace III

Accomplishments, Challenges, and Opportunities By Ole Bly Pace III June 2005 Column, Page 272 A reflection on the bar year.an for it.
Preparing to Meet the Future By Ole Bly Pace III May 2005 Column, Page 224 We don't alter the future, but we can plan for it
An Honest Look at Tort Reform By Ole Bly Pace III April 2005 Column, Page 160 ISBA has commissioned an unbiased study of the relationship between malpractice litigation and insurance rates.
Strengthening the Legal-Aid Safety Net By Ole Bly Pace III March 2005 Column, Page 108 We need to find a way to serve the unmet legal needs of the poor without unfairly burdening solo and small-firm lawyers.
Lawyer Training: Time for a Legal Residency? By Ole Bly Pace III February 2005 Column, Page 60 The growth in new lawyers is overwhelming our traditional post-law-school training system.
A Hard Way to Make a Living By Ole Bly Pace III November 2004 Column, Page 560 The results of the ISBA law-firm economic survey are in.
Reining in Outside Influence on Judicial Campaigns By Ole Bly Pace October 2004 Column, Page 506  ISBA monitors the tone and conduct of judicial campaigns.
The Long, Hard Fight to Improve Public Image By Ole Bly Pace III September 2004 Column, Page 448 In the recent ISBA economic poll, we asked survey recipients what the ISBA could do to improve the economics of the practice. 
Pilot Associate Member Program for Councils, Committees By Ole Bly Pace III August 2004 Column, Page 388 I've been known to (repeatedly) say that we are part of a noble profession.
Making a Life and a Living in the Law By Ole Bly Pace III July 2004 Column, Page 332 As my brief stewardship of this office begins, you may be wondering what the guy with the odd name will be doing, and why.