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Message from the Chair By Cindy G. Buys International and Immigration Law, May 2010 Section Chair Cindy Buys describes the March CLE program, "Divorce, Deportation and Disciplinary Complaints: Avoiding Immigration Pitfalls in Family Law."
Chair’s column By J.A. Sebastian Bench and Bar, April 2010 Mark your calendar for three upcoming ISBA events!
Chair’s comment By Jennifer M. Dixton Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, April 2010 A discussion of the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division's Leniency Program.
Chair’s comment page, March/April 2010 By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, April 2010 The views and opinions of the Chair of the Administrative Law Section Council.
From the Chair By Lisle A. Stalter Government Lawyers, April 2010 An introduction to the issue from Committee Chair Lisle Stalter.
Chair’s comment page, March 2010* By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, March 2010 The views and opinions of the Chair of the Administrative Law Section Council.
From the Chair By Bryan Sims Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, March 2010 The thoughts and opinions of COLT's Chair.
Message from the Chair By Cindy G. Buys International and Immigration Law, March 2010 The international lawyer plays an important role in humanitarian relief efforts when natural disasters, such as the recent earthquake in Haiti, take place.
Chair’s column By J.A. Sebastian Bench and Bar, February 2010 Thoughts from the Bench & Bar Section Chair.
Chair’s comment page, February 2010 By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, February 2010 The views and opinions of the Section's Chair.
From the Chair By Sean O’Brien Human Rights, February 2010 After working on the issue for the past several months, the Human Rights Section Council has adopted an updated and revised “scope statement,” which has been submitted to the Board of Governors for approval.
Message from the Chair By Cindy G. Buys International and Immigration Law, February 2010 Thoughts from the Section Chair.
Chair’s comment page, January 2010* By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, January 2010 Some days, this column practically writes itself.
Comments from the Chair By Amy A. Breyer Animal Law, January 2010 No matter what your practice area, human interests often intersect with animal interests. The ISBA’s Animal Law Section offers you both an opportunity to stay on top of this constantly evolving area, as well as a valuable link to resources you may need when that intersection of interests crosses your desk. 
From the Chair By Joseph R. Podlewski Jr. Environmental Law, January 2010 The section council is the voice of the ISBA’s Environmental Law Section and is committed to serving the needs of its members. 
From the Chair By Bryan Sims Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, January 2010 I firmly believe that one of the most useful tools available for attorneys is the ability to maintain our calendars electronically.
Chairman’s corner By Joseph P. O’Keefe Federal Taxation, December 2009 As the current Chair of the Federal Taxation Section Council for 2009 – 2010, first let me welcome you and thank you for your continued membership in the Federal Taxation Section. 
Chair’s Column By J.A. Sebastian Bench and Bar, December 2009 In appreciation for his service, Elmhurst College alumni established in 1984 an endowed lecture fund, dedicated to Dr. Rudolf G. Schade who had been chairman of the department of history and the division of social sciences at Elmhurst College. 
Chair’s column By Ross S. Levey Family Law, December 2009 Over the past few months, I have had the privilege of speaking at lectures put on by three different organizations: The Illinois State Bar Association, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and The Lilac Tree: Resources for Divorcing Women 
Chair’s comment By Jennifer M. Dixton Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, December 2009 I look forward to an exciting new year for the Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Section and it is with great pleasure that I serve as this year’s Chair of the Section Council. 
Chair’s comment page, December 2009 By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, December 2009 A message from Section Chair Marc Loro.
From the Chair By Lisle A. Stalter Government Lawyers, December 2009 It is hard to believe it is already fall and that a new issue of the newsletter is in the works. It has been a busy couple of months for the Committee on Government Lawyers. The Rules of Professional Conduct Program is set for December 10th. If you have not already registered, now is the time. Take advantage of the special $30 pricing and earn two hours of Professionalism credit.
Letter to new admittees from the YLD Chair By Kelley A. Gandurski Young Lawyers Division, December 2009 On behalf of the Illinois State Bar Association/Young Lawyers Division, I congratulate all of you on your admittance to the Illinois Bar. 
Note from the Chair By Steven C. Lindberg Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, December 2009 On behalf of all the members of the LOME Committee, we would like to wish each and every one of you and your staff a very peaceful holiday season
Message from the Chair By Cindy G. Buys International and Immigration Law, November 2009 If you want to know more about the work of the section council, you will now be able to view the agenda and minutes of our meetings on the Web page at <http://www.illinoisbar.org/Sections/international/index.html>.
Chair’s Column By J.A. Sebastian Bench and Bar, October 2009 A message from Section Chair J.A. Sebastian.
Chair’s column By Hon. Brian L. McPheters General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, October 2009 A message from Section Chair Brian McPheters.
Chair’s comment page, October 2009 By Marc Christopher Loro Administrative Law, October 2009 A message from Chair Marc Loro.
From the Chair By Bryan Sims Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, October 2009 In this issue of the newsletter we have two articles that talk about the e-filing initiatives in Cook and Madison Counties.
From the Chair* By Sean O’Brien Human Rights, October 2009 The ISBA opposes the death penalty in Illinois!