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In This Issue…
- Balancing the Scales
The first installment of a regular new column addressing work-life balance.
- Chair’s column
Some highlights of the Committee's accomplishments over the past year.
- Community Service Day—Teen Living Programs
On Saturday, April 16, 2016, a group of committee members and some very helpful members of their families spent the morning helping Teen Living Programs (TLP) prepare their gardens and lawn for spring.
- From Jenner partner to founder of KRā, Drinks for Athletes
The author shares her evolution from attorney to entrepreneur.
- Effect of same-sex marriage on family law
By looking at how state courts and the Illinois General Assembly addressed the issue of same-sex parents, state legislatures can examine the ways to adapt family laws.
- It’s the Money, Honey: Money Smart Week 2016
On April 25, 2016, Women & the Law Committee member Kristen Prinz presented at “It’s the Money, Honey,” the seminar that focused on EARN: wage equality.
- A successful Laughter in the Law Luncheon
On March 8, the Illinois State Bar Association’s Women and the Law Committee hosted its annual luncheon, ‘Laughter in the Law,’ at Maggiano’s in downtown Chicago.
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