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Newsletter articles from 2008

What can I be with a J.D.? By Heather M. Fritsch April 2008 In our last issue, we got to know Illinois General Assembly Representative Franco Coladipietro. This issue, we will focus on NIU’s Greg Anderson.
What can I be with a J.D.? By Heather M. Fritsch February 2008 In our last issue, we got to know Jason Bagley, Thomson-West Sales Representative. This issue, we will focus on Franco Coladipietro.
Whose side are you on? By Jamie L. Bas December 2008 Like everyone, I had an image of what I thought my life would be like when I became a lawyer.
Would an Illinois Series LLC meet your clients’ needs? By Phillip J. Salerno II June 2008 The Illinois Limited Liability Company Act (the “Act”) was amended in 2007 to permit the organization of series eligible Limited Liability Companies (“Series LLCs”).
YLD to hold new fundraising event in June 2009 By Sarah Toney October 2008 The ISBA Young Lawyers Division is excited to announce a new event and fundraiser for next year: A Summer Soiree.
YLD to host bean bag tournament fundraiser in May By Meghan O’Brien April 2008 Anyone who has lived in Chicago during the summer months has seen locals playing the game.
YLD’s first bean bag tournament fundraiser a success! By Elizabeth McKillip June 2008 On May 3rd, the ISBA YLD hosted its first bean bag tournament at Durkin’s, at 810 W. Diversey, in Chicago.
YLD’s first Day at the Races event a great success! By George L. Schoenbeck December 2008 The YLD’s first Day at the Races was held on September 20th, 2008 from 12:00 to 5:00 at Arlington Park in Arlington Heights, IL.
You can’t handle the truth! DOs and DONTs for getting through court appearances By Julie Brothers February 2008 So you’re a lawyer. That means you’re Jack McCoy, right? You are constantly in trial. You pound tables and tell people they can’t handle the truth. Right?