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Section Newsletter Articles From Yolaine Dauphin

Chair’s column By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, February 2018 If hate is the currency being used to divide our society, we must fight it at every turn. REM Committee Chair Yolaine Dauphin is proud of the efforts of this Committee's members to pursue the values of diversity and inclusion.
Stage set for November Statewide Symposium on College Sexual Assaults By Yolaine Dauphin Women and the Law, October 2015 Save the date for this important day-long seminar on November 6. 
Stage set for November Statewide Symposium on College Sexual Assaults By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, October 2015 Save the date for this important day-long seminar on November 6. 
Anatomy of a building code violation administrative hearing: From inspection to judgment By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2015 Save the date—June 24, 2015—for this CLE program that will aim to reinforce best practices in the prosecution, defense and decision making processes in administrative hearings generally and, in particular, in a building code violation administrative hearing.
Anatomy of a building code violation administrative hearing: From inspection to judgment By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, May 2015 The Administrative Law Section Council has planned a CLE program for June 24, 2015. This program will aim to reinforce best practices in the prosecution, defense and decision making processes in administrative hearings generally and, in particular, in a building code violation administrative hearing.
Raising awareness about the commercial sexual exploitation of children By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, May 2015 Approximately 130 attorneys, social workers and psychologists attended this important seminar in October 2014.
Raising awareness about the commercial sexual exploitation of children By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, May 2015 Approximately 130 attorneys, social workers and psychologists attended this important seminar in October 2014.
Continued progress on human trafficking seminar By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, July 2014 Be sure to mark your calendar for this important upcoming program.
Seminar on the commercial sexual exploitation of children By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, March 2014 On October 10, 2014, the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities & the Law and the Administrative Law Section Council propose to conduct a seminar on human trafficking, focusing on the plight of children who are trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation.
Seminar on the commercial sexual exploitation of children By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, February 2014 On October 10, 2014, the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities & the Law and the Administrative Law Section Council propose to conduct a seminar on human trafficking, focusing on the plight of children who are trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation.
Chairman’s Column By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, January 2014 An introduction to the issue from Chair Yolaine Dauphin.
State Journal-Register v. University of Illinois Springfield: Journalism or sensationalism – The Appellate Court weighs in By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, January 2014 In this case, the Journal had published articles on a sex scandal involving coaches at UIS, and sought additional information to continue its coverage of the story.
State Journal-Register v. University of Illinois Springfield: Journalism or sensationalism – The Appellate Court weighs in By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, December 2013 In this case, the Journal had published articles on a sex scandal involving coaches at UIS, and sought additional information to continue its coverage of the story.
McBurney v. Young: Freedom of Information, the Privileges and Immunities Clause and the Dormant Commerce Clause By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, October 2013 On April 29, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in McBurney v. Young upholding the validity of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, which made public records “open to inspection and copying by any citizens of the Commonwealth,” without granting a similar right to non-citizens.
Chair’s column By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, August 2013 A message from Section Chair Yolaine Dauphin.
Chair’s column By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, July 2013 A message from Section Chair Yolaine Dauphin.
The Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic—Helping the nation’s veterans By Angelique Palmer and Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, April 2012 The VLSC trains students and attorneys throughout the State of Illinois through Continuing Legal Education programs and Veteran Advocacy training.  
The Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic—Helping the nation’s veterans By Angelique Palmer and Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, March 2012 The VLSC trains students and attorneys throughout the State of Illinois through Continuing Legal Education programs and Veteran Advocacy training.
Reflections on World AIDS Day By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, November 2009 According to The Skeptics Guide to the Global AIDS Crisis, a book authored by Dale Hanson Bourke, approximately 8,500 people die of AIDS every day.
Reflections on World AIDS Day By Yolaine Dauphin Diversity Leadership Council, June 2009 According to The Skeptic’s Guide to the Global AIDS Crisis, a book authored by Dale Hanson Bourke, approximately 8,500 people die of AIDS every day.
Women Everywhere: Partners In Service Project—Impacting Young Lives By Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, December 2007 On May 11, 2007, volunteers joined hands to make a difference in the lives of female elementary and high school students in the Chicago area.
Hot topics in domestic violence By Yolaine Dauphin and Mary F. Petruchius Women and the Law, January 2007 The ISBA Committee on Women and the Law presented a comprehensive program entitled, “Hot Topics in Domestic Violence,” on Friday, September 8, 2006, at the Chicago Athletic Association.
“Inspiring Women”-The Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project marks six years of service to women and children in need By Michele M. Jochner and Yolaine Dauphin Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, May 2005 On two days in May, the Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, a collaborative effort of nine area bar associations, will celebrate its sixth anniversary of joining several hundred volunteers-including judges, attorneys and friends of the legal community-together to provide services to women and children in need throughout Illinois.
Community outreach: Good News Partners provides a variety of services—from housing to education and employment By Yolaine Dauphin Women and the Law, December 2001 In 1976, a group of Northwestern University students and their pastor started to work with homeless and low-income people in Chicago's "North of Howard" neighborhood in the hope of eliminating poverty and empowering participants to live joyful, productive, and stable lives.

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