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Newsletter articles from 2012

Tips on practicing with family By Krysia W. Ressler April 2012 Having practiced with her dad for six years, the author knows the challenges and rewards that can come with working closely with a family member.
Well-informed jury selection By Jennifer Haase December 2012 Author Jennifer Haase shares her experience using a different approach to jury selection.
YLD Day at the Races a success By Michael DiNatale October 2012 A recap of one of the YLD's most popular events.
YLD golf outing to be held August 1 at Cog Hill June 2012 Join us for this fun annual event!
YLD holding Day at the Races this September By George L. Schoenbeck August 2012 Save the date for this fun annual fundraiser!
YLD Holiday Party 2012 December 2012 See pictures from last week's successful fundraiser.
YLD Soiree a success By Kenya A. Jenkins-Wright and Meghan O’Brien June 2012 The Summer Soiree was not only a fun way to network, meet ISBA leadership and spend time with friends, it also raised a significant amount of money for the IBF/YLD Children’s Assistance Fund.
Young lawyers as entrepreneurs: A conversation with Paul Richardson, JD, founder of Law Blog Writers, LLC By Allan Niemerg October 2012 The next segment in this series interviewing young attorneys who have made their own careers.
Young Lawyers Division’s 4th Annual Soiree to be held in April By Gina Rossi and Kenya A. Jenkins-Wright February 2012 Save the date for this year's Annual Soiree, to be held on Friday, April 27th.
Young lawyers lend a helping hand: ISBA YLD and law students volunteer at Chicago Food Depository By Christopher Niro December 2012 The YLD is proud to be an integral part of President Thies’ mission of providing one million meals to the hungry all across the state of Illinois.