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Litigating like a professional in federal court By Howard W. Anderson, III Young Lawyers Division, June 2010 The Standards for Professional Conduct Within the Seventh Federal Judicial Circuit are completely different from the Illinois Supreme Court’s Rules of Professional Conduct. Make sure you learn them and apply them to your practice.
7 habits of a highly effective Junior Associate By Howard W. Anderson, III Young Lawyers Division, February 2009 The author finds himself providing advice to younger associates. He divulges the seven pieces of advice that he most frequently gives.
Six rules of Illinois Civil Practice that you should know to impress your supervising partner By Howard W. Anderson, III Young Lawyers Division, December 2007 My first-year torts professor once pronounced in class that what separates the lawyer from the layperson is that the lawyer not only knows what the law “is,” but also how to “do” law.
Doing well by doing good (or, just in case you needed more reasons to do pro bono) By Howard W. Anderson, III Young Lawyers Division, October 2007 An acute shortage of legal aid attorneys throughout Illinois (and the rest of the country) means that all too many individuals must navigate the legal system alone.

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