Publications

Articles From Paula H. Holderman

The Year in Review

By Paula H. Holderman
June
2014
Column
Page 264
A look at the projects, programs, and many accomplishments that made up the 2013-14 bar year.

The Leadership Journey

By Paula H. Holderman
May
2014
Column
Page 212
Reflections on an exhilarating, exhausting year.

Adapting to the New Legal Marketplace

By Paula H. Holderman
April
2014
Column
Page 160
Sharper competition is challenging law firms, law schools, and bar associations.

Low-Tech Is Not an Option

By Paula H. Holderman
March
2014
Column
Page 112
Lawyers must get comfortable with practice-related technology or risk losing business and running afoul of ethics rules.

Building the ISBA of the Future

By Paula H. Holderman
February
2014
Column
Page 60
The heat of forward motion is making February a warm month at ISBA.

Travels with the ISBA Umbrella

By Paula H. Holderman
January
2014
Column
Page 8
Large bar, small bar - we all need each other.

Season’s Greetings

By Paula H. Holderman
December
2013
Column
Page 604
Happy Holidays from the ISBA.

Welcome to the Profession

By Paula H. Holderman
November
2013
Column
Page 552
Real law careers begin with the ISBA.

We’ve Come a Long Way, But We’re Not There Yet

By Paula H. Holderman
October
2013
Column
Page 496
Though women lawyers have come a long way, there's unfinished business.

30 Female Blackstones

By Paula H. Holderman
September
2013
Column
Page 444
In August 1893, 30 female lawyers met in Chicago. A recent event remembered them.

ISBA’s New Lawyer Task Force

By Paula H. Holderman
August
2013
Column
Page 384
The challenges of young practitioners take center stage.

The Race for Relevancy

By Paula H. Holderman
July
2013
Column
Page 328
ISBA is taking steps to increase its value to Illinois lawyers.

Ready to Lead? Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Council

By Paula H. Holderman
January
2013
Column
Page 7

Ready to Lead? Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Council

By Paula H. Holderman
December
2012
Column
Page 625

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