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Section Newsletter Articles on Chair's column

From the Chair By David J. Fish Federal Civil Practice, September 2007 Dear Federal Civil Practice Committee members:
From the Chair By Steven Helle Human Rights, September 2007 A colleague related how she had been stopped recently on a Washington, D.C., street by an ACLU intern who was attempting to collect signatures on a petition.
From the Chair By David B. Yavitz Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, September 2007 Greeting from Beijing, China. I write this column from my hotel room in Beijing at 5:00 in the morning, which is 4:00 PM the previous day in Chicago; I am up at this time because I can’t sleep due to the 13 hour time zone change.
Message from the Chair By Gregory A. Scott Family Law, September 2007 A message from Chair Gregory Scott.
Message from the Chair By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, September 2007 A message from Chair Lew Matuszewich.
Chair’s column By Bernard Z. Paul Administrative Law, August 2007 The Administrative Law Section Council held its organizational meeting on Thursday, June 21, 2007 in Fontana, Wisconsin.
Chair’s column By Gregory A. Scott Family Law, August 2007 A message from Chair Gregory Scott.
Chair’s Corner By Sarah Delano Pavlik Federal Taxation, August 2007 As the Chair of the Federal Taxation Section Council for 2007-2008, I want to welcome you to the Section.
Message from the Chair By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, August 2007 The Illinois State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting always marks the changing of the structure of each Section Council.
Chair’s Column By Scott C. Colky Family Law, July 2007 Life’s short, so I will get to the point.
Chair’s column By Bernard Z. Paul Administrative Law, July 2007 A message from Chair Bernard Paul.
Chair’s Column: Going out, outgoing, & not going away By Matt Maloney General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, July 2007 The General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section Council had a phenomenal past year.
Letter from the Chair: Welcome to the 2007-08 State and Local Tax Section By Karen Dimond State and Local Taxation, July 2007 As the incoming 2007-08 section chair, I want to welcome you to membership in the State and Local Tax Section.
Chair’s column By Scott C. Colky Family Law, June 2007 The Illinois and Federal Eavesdropping and Wiretap statutes were originally passed to protect the privacy of persons in their own conversation and over the telephone.
Chairs’ Column By Claire A. Manning and Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, June 2007 As chairs of the Standing Committees on Women and the Law and Minority and Women Participation, we are pleased to share with you the diversity outreach and educational efforts that our committees have undertaken during the past year.
Chair’s column: A debt of gratitude By James W. Chipman Administrative Law, June 2007 It was with a great sense of pride that I served these last 12 months as Chair of the Administrative Law Section Council.
From the Chair By Kathryn E. Eisenhart Human Rights, June 2007 This is my last “from the chair” column. This year has gone very quickly.
From the Chair By Nerino J. Petro Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, June 2007 Time and technology are constantly moving forward and with the passing of the past 12 months, I find myself coming to the end of my term as chairman of the Illinois State Bar’s Committee on Legal Technology (CoLT).
Chair’s column: Seminar on driver’s license issues set for June 9 By James W. Chipman Administrative Law, May 2007 Whether you are an experienced attorney, a new associate, or hanging out your own shingle, you are bound to come across a client or a friend with a driver’s license problem.
Message from the Chair By Shannon M. Shepherd International and Immigration Law, May 2007 A message from Section Chair Shannon Shepherd.
Chair’s column By Scott C. Colky Family Law, April 2007 Recently, there appeared on the internet a Petition to Abolish Section 506, Representation of Children.
Message from the Chair By Shannon M. Shepherd International and Immigration Law, April 2007 Recently, your Section Council met at the offices of the Illinois Global Partnership, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding the reach of Illinois goods and services throughout the world.
Chair’s column By Stephen B. Cohen Alternative Dispute Resolution, March 2007 This has been an exciting and successful year for our Section Council. Our first seminar concentrated on different forms and methods of Civil Case Mediation, Mediation Ethics and views from the Bench and Bar relating to the Supreme Court enabling legislature for the Cook County Local ADR Rules and the Uniform Mediation Act.
Chair’s Column: 2007 legislative update By James W. Chipman Administrative Law, March 2007 The 2007 spring legislative session convened on January 10. After the installation of new members, the 95th General Assembly wasted no time in introducing an assortment of new legislation.
Chair’s Column: Imagine this By Matt Maloney General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, March 2007 I’m in a local grocery store doing the usual weekly shopping.
From the Chair By Kathryn E. Eisenhart Human Rights, March 2007 On January 25, I attended an all day conference entitled “The Secret World of Human Trafficking.”
From the Chair By Nerino J. Petro Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, March 2007 I am often asked by attorneys the following question: if there was one thing that they could do to improve their operations and efficiency what would I recommend?
Message from the Chair By Shannon M. Shepherd International and Immigration Law, March 2007 A message from Section Chair Shannon Shepherd.
Chair’s Column: Administrative Law Handbook revision update By James W. Chipman Administrative Law, February 2007 The Handbook of Illinois Administrative Law was last published in April 2001. With any legal treatise, constant revisions are required in order to keep practitioners updated on the latest developments in their field.
Chair’s Column: Hey, look us over! By Matt Maloney General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, February 2007 The lawyers who make up our Section Council come from different practice backgrounds, different geographic areas and, as you might expect, are different ages.