The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Women and the Law
December 2013, vol. 19, no. 3
Get the book the judges read! The Illinois Rules of Evidence: A Color-Coded Guide is the newest edition of Gino L. DiVito's color-coded analysis of the Illinois Rules of Evidence, updated through September 1, 2013. It not only provides the complete Rules with insightful commentary, but also features a side-by-side comparison with the full text of the Federal Rules of Evidence! Learn more at http://www.isba.org/store/books/rulesofevidencecolorcoded
The new Guide to Illinois Statutes of Limitations and Repose - 2013 Edition is here! Designed as a quick reference guide for practicing attorneys, it provides comprehensive coverage of the deadlines you can’t afford to miss. The Guide includes a handy index organized by act, code, and subject, and also includes a complete table of cases. Go to http://www.isba.org/store/books/guidetoillinoisstatutesoflimitation for more info.
In This Issue…
- A view from the Chair
A message from Committee Chair Mary Petruchius.
- Spotlight on Women in ISBA Leadership: A visit with ISBA Catalyst Co-Editor, Cindy Galway Buys
Learn more about this dynamic member of our Committee.
- Save the Date!!! From Myra Bradwell to Us: Rise Up and Reach Back
Be sure to mark your calendar for this important event!
- Rapists’ rights in Illinois: The new law and what other states can learn from it
What are parental rights and why is it so alarming that in a majority of states' rapists retain these rights?
Housing Justice v. Housing Injustice: How Unfair Housing Practices Keep Segregation Intact- Part 1
January 25 - Online Course
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