James F. McCluskey says the ISBA will prove its worth to members in 2018-2019 and will support attorneys who struggle with emotional, financial, and mental health issues.
July 2018 • Volume 106 • Number 7 • Pages 1–56
Unlike most state courts, Illinois courts do not define "reasonable doubt" for juries. Should Illinois reconsider?
As long as an entity has given thought to a policy, it may be held liable for not enacting it if the policy would have prevented a plaintiff's injury. Introducing the wide-ranging implications of Glisson v. Indiana Department of Corrections.
The Illinois Supreme Court appears to be more willing to exercise its sweeping supervisory authority to afford relief.
The ISBA marks the retirement of Chief Justice Charles E. Freeman and the appointment of his successor, Justice P. Scott Neville, Jr.
In his inaugural column, James F. McCluskey focuses on attorney wellness and the ISBA's efforts to provide essential resources to members.
Find a qualified ISBA member when a case falls outside of your area of practice.
Tips for creating key performance indicators and using the data you already have to measure them.
Navigating ethical landmines surrounding negative online reviews.
A new feature in Fastcase reveals how its search engine responds to your queries.
The story behind ISBA's 2018 Member Appreciation Month Social Media Contest winner.