When Recusal Leads to DEADLOCK: A Constitutional CureBy J. Timothy Eaton and Lynn A. EllenbergerOctober 2009Article, Page 510The authors propose a constitutional amendment allowing replacement of Illinois Supreme Court justices when recusal makes rendering a decision impossible.
A Judge’s JudgeBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2008Article, Page 448In Thomas Fitzgerald, the Illinois Supreme Court has a seasoned trial judge at the helm. Here’s an interview with the new chief.
How not to do e-filingBy Helen W. GunnarssonJuly 2008LawPulse, Page 334The supreme court recently announced its intention to implement statewide e-filing in the next several years. Critics say the federal northern district of Illinois, which requires filing both paper and electronic copies, offers an example of what not to do.
Chief Justice Moses W. HarrisonJanuary 2000Column, Page 7Illinois Supreme Court Justice Moses W. Harrison II of Caseyville in the fifth appellate district began a three-year term as chief justice on Jan. 1.