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Section Newsletter Articles on Chair's column

Message from the Chair By Pradip K. Sahu International and Immigration Law, January 2009 A note from Section Chair Pradip Sahu.
Chair’s Column By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum Bench and Bar, December 2008 I thought I would take this opportunity to let all of our readers know what we are up to this year.
From the Chair By Patricia A. Zimmer Insurance Law, December 2008 Greetings to all! I apologize that The Policy has been MIA recently, but we have had some shake-up in the editorial staff.
From the Chair By Gina M. Arquilla Young Lawyers Division, December 2008 Our council met on October 11, 2008 in Chicago, where much business was discussed.
Letter from the Chair By Michael G. Bergmann Child Law, December 2008 Welcome to the second edition of the newsletter of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Child Law Section, which I hope you find to be informative.
Message from Mary Kay Klimesh, 2008 Section Council Chair By Mary Kay Klimesh Education Law, December 2008 It has been my privilege to serve as a member and supporting officer of ISBA’s Education Law Section Council in the past, but I am most privileged and proud to serve as this year’s Chair.
Message from the Chair By Pradip K. Sahu International and Immigration Law, December 2008 It has been a busy couple of months since my last message. Our section council meeting at the Canadian consulate was very well attended by the consular community in Chicago and was quite productive.
From the Chair By Kenneth Dobbs Human Rights, November 2008 Obscenity, child murderers, assassins, fascists, defamation, disabled people, constitutional democracy, human rights and law school classrooms were Elmer Gertz’s milieu.
Letter from the Chair By Jennifer A. Shaw Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, November 2008 The Standing Committee on Women and Minority Participation’s 2008-2009 year is off to an exciting start.
Message from the Chair By Paulette Gray Family Law, November 2008 Introduction: At the risk of being called a “Star Wars Geek” I continue my Yoda-inspired columns.
Voice of the Chair By Jewel N. Klein Administrative Law, November 2008 A message from Section Chair Jewel N. Klein.
Chair’s Column By Champ W. Davis Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2008 The ADR Council is off to a good start in the 2008-2009 Bar year. We have several new members—all of whom are actively involved in alternative dispute resolution.
Chair’s Column By Edward J. Schoenbaum Bench and Bar, October 2008 As chair of the ISBA Bench & Bar Section, I am delighted that H. Thomas Wells Jr. , began his one-year term as ABA President by focusing his support upon the core values that are so important to our members, judges, lawyers, litigants, and the public.
Chair’s Column By E. Lynn Grayson Women and the Law, October 2008 It is my distinct pleasure to serve as Chair of the Women and the Law Committee this year.
Chair’s Corner By Robert J. Krupp Federal Taxation, October 2008 The Federal Taxation Section Council is offering all of its members the opportunity to submit current articles to our Newsletter for publication.
From the Chair By Trent L. Bush Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, October 2008 The Chains That Bind You? Does technology set you free from the office, or does it bind you to it? For me, the answer is yes.
From the Chair By Gina M. Arquilla Young Lawyers Division, October 2008 A message from YLD Chair Gina Arquilla.
Message from the Chair By Paulette Gray Family Law, October 2008 Introduction: Those of you who made it to the end of my last column may remember my promise to provide more “Lessons from Yoda” in future columns.
Voice of the Chair By Jewel N. Klein Administrative Law, October 2008 A message from Chair Jewel Klein.
Chair’s column By J.A. Sebastian General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, September 2008 Once again I repeat the scope/mission statement of the General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section Council: “To promote professional excellence among those engaged in the general practice of law through education relating to substantive legal practice areas and by providing opportunities for the exchange of information particularly pertinent to the needs of solo and small firm practitioners.
Chair’s Comment By Mildred L. Calhoun Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, September 2008 Antitrust law has undergone a lot of changes in the last few years.
From the Chair By Kenneth Dobbs Human Rights, September 2008 Under the leadership of Steve Helle, our relatively small section council stands as an example of what committed and hardworking Illinois lawyers achieve when given an opportunity.
Letter from the Chair By Michael G. Bergmann Child Law, September 2008 Children are our future. It may be trite, but it is certainly true.
Letter from the Chair By Patrick T. Driscoll Federal Civil Practice, September 2008 The Federal Civil Practice Section Council had a very successful year in 2007-2008. The Section Council presented two CLE programs which were well attended and favorably received.
Chair’s Column By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum Bench and Bar, August 2008 Last month, in my first column, I focused on receiving input from our readers on what the members of the bench and bar would like us to provide them.
Chair’s Corner By Robert J. Krupp Federal Taxation, August 2008 As the Chair of the Federal Taxation Section Council for 2008-2009, I want to welcome you.
From the Chair By Trent L. Bush Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, August 2008 Welcome! It is my pleasure to serve as the Chair of this year’s Committee on Legal Technology (COLT).
From the Chair By Gina M. Arquilla Young Lawyers Division, August 2008 The last few months have been busy and productive for the members of the ISBA Young Lawyers Division Council.
Message from the Chair By Paulette Gray Family Law, August 2008 Introduction: It is with great honor that I assume the role of Chair of the 2008-09 Family Law Section Council.
Message from the Chair By Pradip K. Sahu International and Immigration Law, August 2008 It has been only a few weeks since our organizational meeting in St. Louis, and our section council is already off to a great start.