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February 2010 • Volume 98 • Number 2 • Pages 57–112
Revisions to Illinois' sunshine laws are designed to make public records more accessible. But will they work as intended?
A supreme court rule requires judges to ask potential jurors whether they understand and accept four fundamental principles of criminal law. But following the rule is easier said than done.
A look at the implied warranty of habitability for Illinois homebuyers from the perspective of counsel for builders and sellers.
In theory, experts may not opine about whether a party's actions were legal. Here's how courts have put that principle into practice.
A look at the work of ISBA's Committee on Women in the Law
Social networking sites are great - unless jurors are using them in ways that threaten a fair trial.
Congress defied the conventional wisdom and let the estate tax die. What will replace it?
Nothing puts life in perspective like glimpsing your mortality.
Does bankruptcy affect my lottery winnings?