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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
A message from WATL Committee Chair Emily Masalski.
- Spotlight interview with Judge Loza
Learn more about Judge Loza, supervising judge of the Child Support Division in Cook County.
- A tale of two communities: Bringing pro bono collaborative law to Illinois National Guard veterans
The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and the Health & Disability Advocates of Warrior to Warrior have rolled out a pro bono program to bring the Collaborative Practice model of divorce dispute resolution to Illinois Army National Guard Veterans and their families.
- SUFFRAGETTE: Women’s fight for the right to vote
A look at the movie "Suffragette," which leaves viewers with the realization that the fight for the right to vote for women is far from over.
- Maternity leave in the media: How revised parental leave policies measure up
An overview of the Family Medical Leave Act and paternity and maternity policies in our country.
- Getting to know Jennifer Rosato Perea, Dean of DePaul University College of Law
Dean Rosato Perea shares her insights and visions for DePaul University College of Law's future.
- Myths about the ERA debunked
Common questions regarding the Equal Rights Amendment and a discussion of the recent efforts to restart the ratification process.
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