Apps for lawyersJanuary 2016A look at some apps for your device that may help in your practice.
Emotional support animals on campusBy Robert L. MillerJune 2016While requests for emotional support animals on campuses are not new, the frequency and variety of these requests has been growing over the last several years.
From the ChairBy Karen DimondOctober 2016A message from Committee Chair Karen Dimond.
From the ChairBy Marylou Lowder KentJanuary 2016A message from Committee Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.
Government organizations as clientsBy Paul ThompsonDecember 2016The 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.
How substantial is substantial? Conflicts of interest and government attorneysBy John R. SchleppenbachJune 2016The Model Rules of Professional Conduct provide that “a lawyer who has formerly served as a public officer or employee of the government . . . shall not . . . represent a client in connection with a matter in which the lawyer participated personally and substantially as a public officer or employee, unless the appropriate government agency gives its informed consent, confirmed in writing, to the representation.”
Local governmental lobbyingBy Paul ThompsonJanuary 2016If as a government lawyer you are advising public officials on the restrictions placed on lobbyist activities, please review any other local government limitations placed upon this profession.
What’s app?December 2016Are you aware of these apps that help you with e-discovery?
What’s app?October 2016A look at some jury apps that may help you in your trial life-- by allowing you to input juror responses during voir dire, make a seating chart, watch juror responses and note-taking, and assist in striking jurors.