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The Public Servant
Save the Date! ISBA Basic Skills Live – For Newly Admitted Attorneys will take place on January 20th, 2017. You won't want to miss it! Register at https://www.isba.org/cle/2017/01/20/basicskills.
Turner on Illinois Mechanics Liens is now available! Published with the cooperation of the Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys (SOICA), Turner on Illinois Mechanics Liens is sure to be the new authoritative text on the law of Illinois mechanics liens. The book provides a straightforward explanation of mechanics lien law and several helpful checklists. Order your copy today!
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In This Issue…
- 2016 Roz Kaplan Government Service Award recipient Allen J. Spellberg
Allen J. Spellberg, the 2016 recipient of the ISBA Roz Kaplan Government Service Award, truly exemplifies the spirit of the award.
- Open Meetings Act – A companion resource list
Informative links to online resources regarding the Open Meetings Act.
- What’s app?
Are you aware of these apps that help you with e-discovery?
- Government organizations as clients
The Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct of 2010 address the role of in-house or contract counsel for clients that are not individuals, but are instead organizational entities.
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