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Section Newsletter Articles on Courthouses

Stanley J. Roszkowski United States Courthouse dedicated By John J. Holevas Federal Civil Practice, December 2011 The beautiful Stanley J. Roszkowski Courthouse is a six-story building which features a glass atrium entrance and a glass enclosed jury assembly room. The facility will house the United States Clerk’s Office, two bankruptcy courtrooms, three district courtrooms, as well as offices for the U.S. Marshals, U.S. Attorney, probation and pre-trial services, the United States Public Defender, Department of Homeland Security, and GSA.
Celebrating a century at the Kankakee County courthouse By Hon. Adrienne W. Albrecht Bench and Bar, October 2009 The weekend of October 3, 2009 saw the official celebration of the Kankakee County Courthouse marking a century of service.
Home is where the court is By Heather M. Fritsch Women and the Law, October 2008 It occurred to me the other day that we, as lawyers, spend a great deal of our time at the courthouse. Well, let me take a step back.
Home is where the court is By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2008 It occurred to me the other day that we, as lawyers, spend a great deal of our time at the courthouse.
A federal courthouse in Wheaton? By Alfred M. Swanson Jr. Bench and Bar, March 2008 Judge Wayne Andersen of the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois presented the possibility of a District courthouse to the Bench & Bar Section Council meeting on February 22, 2008.