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Newsletter Articles From 2019

Getting ‘put on papers:’ The case against informal support arrangements By Sherlyn Smith January 2019 Despite the frustrations and inadequacies of the legally enforceable child support system, there are several substantial drawbacks to informal child support arrangements.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019: A different perspective on the ‘legacy’ of MLK Jr. from civil rights attorney Vernon Jordan By Sharon L. Eiseman January 2019 While it is important to honor Martin Luther King Jr. for his accomplishments and celebrate his storied career as a civil rights activist, we must continue to work to keep his dream alive.
REM: Continuing to ensure that diversity is at the forefront of the ISBA By Kenya Jenkins-Wright January 2019 A note from the chair of the Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities & the Law, Kenya Jenkins-Wright.
A rousing WELCOME to the newest members of the Illinois bar! By Khara Coleman January 2019 Words of welcome to the newest attorneys in Illinois from the editor of the Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities & the Law, Khara Coleman.
Spotlight: Appellate Justice Carl Anthony Walker By Judge Geraldine D’Souza January 2019 A spotlight on Justice Carl Anthony Walker.