Publications

Section Newsletter Articles on Biographies

Leadership Profile: Interview with Mark Hassakis, Immediate Past President of the Illinois State Bar Association By Anna P. Krolikowska General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, September 2011 Get to know more about Mark Hassakis, whose presidecy of the ISBA ended in June.
Gender and the Judiciary—A view from the newest justice on the Illinois Supreme Court By Ellen Ogden Bench and Bar, August 2011 An interview with Illinois Supreme Court Justice Mary Jane Theis.
Meet the Section Council—Present and Past International and Immigration Law, August 2011 Get to know Erin Doyle and Tom Keating.
Child law attorney profile: Carolynne Paulsen By Alecia Wartowski Child Law, June 2011 Get to know more about child advocate Carolynne Paulsen.
Interview with Arbitrator Peter O’Malley Workers' Compensation Law, June 2011 An interview between attorney Catherine Mafee Levine and Arbitrator Peter O’Malley.
Women Everywhere honors Former Chief Judge Donald P. O’Connell and Calls for volunteers for Agency Projects Day on June 17th By Shital A. Patel Women and the Law, June 2011 The ISBA Women in the Law Committee is proud to be one of Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, Inc.'s long-standing bar partners and has supported WE from its early days.
Chairman Wilma Liebman: Forging a new process By Melissa M. Olivero Women and the Law, April 2011 On January 20, 2009, Wilma Liebman was appointed as the 20th Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board by President Obama, only the second woman to serve in this capacity since the creation of the Board in its current form.
Leadership for inclusion at Illinois Law: Student member Carol Celestine By T.K. Peach Young Lawyers Division, April 2011 Learn about University of Illinois Law student Carol Celestine and her efforts to promote an inclusive student culture.
Meet the Section Council International and Immigration Law, April 2011 This issue's installment features Section members Rebecca Van Court and Mark Wojcik.
Douglas holds the record on the United States Supreme Court By Michele M. Jochner Bench and Bar, March 2011 Appointed in 1939 to the U.S. Supreme Court, William O. Douglas served on the bench for more than 36 years and endured two impeachment proceedings.
Judicial profile: Judge Gary S. Feinerman By Marron Mahoney Federal Civil Practice, March 2011 Get to know Gary S. Feinerman, one of the newest district court judges for the Northern District of Illinois.
Someone you should know: Debbie Simpson, Assistant Attorney General By Ronald A. Rascia Government Lawyers, March 2011 As someone who has devoted her career to government work and public service, Debbie Simpson is someone you should know.
Dr. Liu Xiaobo: I have no enemies By Peter Y. Qiu International and Immigration Law, January 2011 Last month Dr. Liu Xiaobo, currently incarcerated as a political prisoner, became the first Chinese citizen to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
A tribute to Madalyn Maxwell By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, January 2011 Remembering retired Assistant Attorney General and ISBA Laureate Madalyn Maxwell.
Chief Justice Fitzgerald ends a long and distinguished career By Joseph Tybor Bench and Bar, November 2010 A look at the career of Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas R. Fitzgerald.
Thomas L. Kilbride elected as next Supreme Court Chief Justice By Joseph Tybor Bench and Bar, November 2010 Learn more about the newly elected Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court.
Member spotlight: Diana M. Law By Melissa M. Olivero Women and the Law, October 2010 A closer look at this accomplished lawyer and member of our Committee, who recently won the ISBA’s 2009-2010 Young Lawyer of the Year Award.
E. Lynn Grayson’s Introduction of Judge George Leighton receiving the ISBA Diversity Leadership Award Diversity Leadership Council, June 2010 An description of the ISBA Diversity Leadership Award and background of its first recipient, Hon. George N. Leighton.
Mangum’s experience running for the ISBA Assembly Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, 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.
Profiling professionals in the field: Jon Gilbert By Laurel White Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2010 Get to know attorney Jon Gilbert.
In memoriam By J.A. Sebastian Administrative Law, April 2010 Remembering Roz Kaplan.
Profiling professionals in the field: Larry Schaner By Laurel White Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2010 Get to know attorney Lawrence Schaner.
Profiling professionals in the field: Philip Aka profile By Laurel White Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2010 When Philip Aka joined the Illinois State Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution committee two years ago, he didn’t fit the profile of a “typical” ADR committee member.
Profiling professionals in the field: H. Case Ellis By Laurel White Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2009 H. Case Ellis is currently collaborating with the Law Office of Stephen E. Walter to run WE Mediate, an alternative dispute resolution practice in Crystal Lake.
Profiling professionals in the field: Judge Allen S. Goldberg directs mediation efforts of Cook County Circuit Court By Laurel White Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2009 The first in a series of profiles of professionals in ADR.
Interview with former YLD Chair Gregg Garofalo By Marron Mahoney Young Lawyers Division, August 2009 Get to know more about Gregg Garofalo, who chaired the YLD in the 2007-2008 bar year.
Where are they now: An interview with former YLD Chair Franco Coladipietro By Marron Mahoney Young Lawyers Division, June 2009 Find out what Franco Coladipietro has been up to since his term as YLD Chair during the 2002-2003 bar year.
From the Chair By Kenneth Dobbs Human Rights, May 2009  The Chair of the Human Rights Section shares why he chose his profession.
Where are they now: A look at former YLD Chair David Thies By Marron Mahoney Young Lawyers Division, April 2009 Find out what former David C. Thies is doing today, nearly 30 years after his term as Chair of the YLD.
Freedom for the thought we hate: A Biography of the First Amendment by Anthony Lewis By Kathryn E. Eisenhart Human Rights, June 2008 It won’t take long to read this book. But I finished the book with a sense of the sweep and changes of freedom of expression and freedom of the press that is often lacking in the tomes often published about the topic.