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Sections and committees

Join an ISBA Section and Get Access to Two Additional Online Communities

Posted on October 30, 2018 by Rhys Saunders

When you join any of the ISBA’s 40 sections, you get complimentary access to two additional ISBA Central online communities.

Joining is easy. Simply visit the ISBA sections page, select the section you would like to join from the list, and click on the "join" button on the top of that section's page. You must be logged into the website as an ISBA member, otherwise you will be prompted to do so.

Privacy and Information Security Section Holds First Meeting

Posted on October 18, 2017 by Sara Anderson

The newly-created ISBA Privacy and Information Security Section held its first meeting at the Chicago Regional Office on October 17, 2017. The meeting kicked off with President Hon. Russell Hartigan delivering remarks to the section before moving to member introductions, mission statement discussion, and business items.

The 35-member section, initially proposed by Ari Scharg, partner at Edelson PC in Chicago and section chair, and approved by the ISBA Board of Governors earlier this year, was created in recognition that the field of privacy law is evolving at an exponential rate. Its purpose is to serve as a comprehensive resource for lawyers who practice in or are interested in the privacy and information security space to learn about information sharing practices. It will also provide a forum to discuss global developments and emerging technologies that will disrupt current business practices; learn best practices and debate issues; and review, monitor, and propose relevant legislation.

Ready to Lead? Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Section Council

Posted on October 7, 2016 by Morgan Yingst

Nominations due by February 1!

By Russell W. Hartigan, President-Elect

Looking for a chance to lead? To grow? To make a difference in the Illinois State Bar Association and the legal profession? Then consider nominating yourself for one of our many section councils and committees for 2017-18.

As president-elect, it's my privilege to make appointments to section councils and committees for the coming fiscal year. These small but influential groups are the lifeblood of the ISBA. They produce newsletters and CLE programs, propose legislation and rules, and help ISBA serve and protect its members in countless ways.

Ready to Lead? Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Section Council

Posted on January 27, 2015 by Chris Bonjean

Nominations due by Feb. 2!

By Umberto S. Davi, ISBA President-Elect

Looking for a chance to lead? To grow? To make a difference in the Illinois State Bar Association and the legal profession? Then consider nominating yourself for one of our many section councils and committees for 2015-16.

Ready to Lead? Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Section Council

Posted on December 2, 2014 by Chris Bonjean

By Umberto S. Davi, ISBA President-Elect

Looking for a chance to lead? To grow? To make a difference in the Illinois State Bar Association and the legal profession? Then consider nominating yourself for one of our many section councils and committees for 2015-16.

As president-elect, it's my privilege to make appointments to section councils and committees for the coming fiscal year. These small but influential groups are the lifeblood of the ISBA. They produce newsletters and CLE programs, propose legislation, and help ISBA serve its members in countless ways.

Looking for a chance to lead? Nominate yourself for an ISBA section council or committee

Posted on October 2, 2013 by Chris Bonjean

Looking for a chance to lead? To grow? To make a difference in the Illinois State Bar Association and the legal profession? Then consider nominating yourself for one of our many section councils and committees for 2014-15.

As president-elect, it’s my privilege to make appointments to councils and committees for the coming fiscal year. These small but influential groups are the lifeblood of the ISBA. They produce newsletters and CLE programs, propose legislation, and help ISBA serve its members in countless ways.

More than 1,000 ISBA members serve on committees and section councils. It’s a great way to make new friendships and advance your career. While not everyone can be appointed, all who seek appointment will be considered. I encourage each of you – especially young lawyers and others whose participation makes the ISBA more diverse – to complete the online form at isba.org/membergroups/nominations.