December 2015 • Volume 103 • Number 12 • Pages 1–52
Suspension of license for refusing testing two days after accident held unconstitutional; background checks required for student teachers at state-recognized private schools; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Executive director Bob Craghead reflects on his 40-year career with the ISBA.
The limited scope rules have been in place for a few years now, and savvy, forward-thinking lawyers are using them to serve clients who would otherwise be lost to online document services.
The new Act, effective January 1, is a complete rewrite of Illinois parentage law that reflects changes in cultural norms and reproductive technology in the past 30 years.
A look at the unique malpractice risks - including the third-party beneficiary rule and the extended statute of repose - faced by estate planning lawyers.
In a show-up, police bring a suspect back to the scene for a witnesses i.d. This article discusses its inherent risks and suggests that face-recognition technology may offer an alternative.
It's all about clients; Mendelson - a hard case; Beau Brindley.
Congratulations to Bob Craghead for 40 years of service to the ISBA.
The 2015 Allerton House Conference looked at topics ranging from the law school debt crisis to the impact of LegalZoom.
Holiday cards are a great way to connect with clients - here's how to do it right.
Use your 2016 New Year's resolutions to become a better lawyer.
More than 1,600 new attorneys in November class of admittees
How Long Does It Take the Illinois Supreme Court to Issue a Decision After Oral Argument?