ISBA members can earn up to 15 MCLE credit hours per year at their computers and mobile devices. Here's how it works.
July 2013 • Volume 101 • Number 7 • Pages 321–376
A look at Facebook-related issues that arise during divorce and suggestions for advising your clients.
Illinois Rule of Evidence 502 and the Center Partners decision mean fewer business discussions fall outside attorney-client privilege.
A reviewing court can be an intimidating place for the occasional appellate practitioner. These tips will help put you at ease.
Employers are barred from hiring people not legally authorized to work in the U.S. They're also forbidden from discriminating against noncitizens. Here's how they can avoid the squeeze.
ISBA is taking steps to increase its value to Illinois lawyers.
Advising commercial drivers about traffic tickets, and why the next will you draft should have a supplemental needs trust provision.
The new Bad Law Bot flags negative treatment of cases.
You don't have to respond to unsolicited email, but there's a right way if you do.