2022 Articles

2022 ISBA High School Mock Trial Invitational By Sarah Taylor April 2022 An overview of the 2022 ISBA High School Mock Trial Invitational, which was held virtually on March 11-13, 2022.
Boy Scout Merit Badges: What They Are, How to Get Them, and How to Give Them By Melissa Olivero April 2022 Looking for a way to share your passion for the law and civics education with the leaders of tomorrow? You can volunteer as a merit badge counselor with the Boy Scouts of America.
Class Dismissed: University Professor Fired Over Claims of Harsh Grading By Brittany Shaw October 2022 Recently, an 84-year-old college professor was fired after more than 80 of his 350 students signed a petition alleging that the number of withdrawals from the course was indicative of a failure by the university’s chemistry department to provide them with the tools and resources necessary to succeed.
Eviction Mediation By Elias Arnold & Missy Greathouse September 2022 Eviction mediation is an alternative way to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants.
How the Illinois CROWN Act, If Passed, Can Protect Employees and Students From Race-Based Hair Discrimination By Sharon L. Eiseman April 2022 If the CROWN Act is passed in Illinois, the state will join a growing number of states banning natural hair discrimination.
Illinois Council for the Social Studies Fall Conference September 2022 The Illinois Council for the Social Studies is going to have a Fall Conference on Friday, October 14, 2022.
In the Company of Attorneys: Alternative Careers in the Legal Profession By Madonna T. Lechner September 2022 A look at careers that are closely aligned with the legal field.
A Look into Legal Mutualism: The Loyola Law Federal Tax Clinic By Amanda Hovde October 2022 A look at how law school tax clinics can assist the public with federal tax issues.
Meet Your Editor: Journey Through the Legal Profession Thus Far By Brittany Shaw September 2022 A note from the editor.
A Message From The Chair By Billie Constant July 2022 A note from the chair.
You Have the Right to Remain Silent, But Not to Sue By Brittany Shaw July 2022 A look at the U.S. Supreme Court's recently ruling in Vega v. Tekoh.