July 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 7 • Pages 1–56
Juvenile’s de facto life sentence violates Eighth Amendment; confiscation of car keys tantamount to arrest; Illinois bans right-to-work laws; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Meet new ISBA President David Sosin, if you can keep up with him.
A defendant is sanctioned for destroying 50 text messages.
Pleadings often set off a flurry of motions. But what motions, if any, are best employed in response to affirmative defenses?
Practitioners must master a confusing array of rules to advise clients on Illinois estate taxes.
Tracing the history of the Illinois Eavesdropping Act—amongst the strictest in the country—and its criminal, civil, and ethical implications.
ISBA President David Sosin extends his thanks to those who keep the Association running.
Find a qualified ISBA member when a case falls outside of your area of practice.
QuickBooks is great, just not for law firms.
A free database developed by the Harvard Law School Library Innovation Lab provides access to American and territorial caselaw dating back to 1658.
Illinois Supreme Court Rule 716 and the Illinois bar.
The ISBA held an Instagram Contest and a Caption Contest for members during May Member Appreciation Month. We are pleased to feature the winner of each contest in this month’s Your ISBA.