The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Women and the Law
September 2009, vol. 15, no. 1
Now every article is the start of a discussion. If you're a member of the Standing Committee on Women and the Law, you can comment on any of the articles that appear below.
In This Issue…
- Chair’s Column
A message from Chair Annemarie Kill.
- Remembering the past, working on our future—ISBA Women and the Law Committee Chairs
A list of those who have served as Chair of this Committee.
- 2007-2009 Task Force on Diversity
The efforts are continuing to ensure that the ISBA is as welcoming an environment as possible to all Illinois attorneys. We invite you to learn more about diversity initiatives within the ISBA by visiting our new diversity Web site at <http://www.isba.org/diversity>.
- The DOs and DON’Ts on how to treat your law clerk
The author has created a short, practical list of the DOs and DON’Ts on how a law clerk should be treated.
- Win with civility
In 2005, the Illinois Supreme Court established the Illinois Commission on Professionalism, making Illinois one of only 14 states that have a formal body working to promote professionalism and civility.
- Getting off the teeter-totter—Work/life balance, another perspective
In June the author attended the 17th Annual Conference of the International Alliance of Holistic Lawyers, held in Chicago.
Housing Justice v. Housing Injustice: How Unfair Housing Practices Keep Segregation Intact- Part 1
January 25 - Online Course
Disclaimer: This newsletter is for subscribers’ personal use only; redistribution is prohibited. Copyright Illinois State Bar Association. Statements or expressions of opinion appearing herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Association or Editors, and likewise the publication of any advertisement is not to be construed as an endorsement of the product or service offered unless it is specifically stated in the ad that there is such approval or endorsement.