Articles From Heather M. Fritsch

From the YLD Chair: Looking back… and looking forward By Heather M. Fritsch & Meghan O’Brien Young Lawyers Division, June 2012 Messages from both the outgoing and incoming YLD Chairs.
Chair’s column By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2012 A message from YLD Chair Heather Fritsch.
Chair’s column By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2012 A message from YLD Chair Heather Fritsch.
Chair’s column By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2011 A message from YLD Chair Heather Fritsch.
Chair’s column By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2011 A message from YLD Chair Heather Fritsch.www.holidayparty.org
Chair’s column By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2011 A note from YLD Chair Heather Fritsch.
Looking Forward….. By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2011 A note from incoming Chair Heather M. Fritsch.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2008 “My teacher in first grade said that long ago people used to believe all kinds of things, because they didn’t know any better. Like you shouldn’t take a bath, because it could make you sick.
Home is where the court is By Heather M. Fritsch Women and the Law, October 2008 It occurred to me the other day that we, as lawyers, spend a great deal of our time at the courthouse. Well, let me take a step back.
What can I be with a J.D.? A Reference Librarian/Foreign and International Research Specialist at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2008 A focus on Julienne Grant, Reference Librarian/Foreign and International Research Specialist at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2008 “The past is always with us, Laurel…It’s a part of us we can’t ignore or abandon. And it’s not always easy to keep it behind us, where it belongs.”
What can I be with a J.D.? A trial attorney with the Department of Homeland Security By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2008 Learn more about Lisa P., Trial Attorney with the Department of Homeland Security—Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2008 Clay Carter, a bright young litigator in the Office of the Public Defender in Washington D.C., always dreamed of a better job.
Home is where the court is By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2008 It occurred to me the other day that we, as lawyers, spend a great deal of our time at the courthouse.
What can I be with a J.D.? Program Director of P.A.D.S. Overnight Emergency Shelter By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2008 More about the career of Jason Holmes, the Program Director of P.A.D.S. Overnight Emergency Shelter.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2008 “The audacity of hope! I still remember my grandmother singing in the house, ‘There’s a bright side somewhere…don’t rest till you find it….”
What can I be with a J.D.? Director of Career Opportunities and Development and Adjunct Faculty Member By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2008 A focus on NIU’s Greg Anderson, Director of Career Opportunities and Development and Adjunct Faculty Member.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2008 “The sight of Ray prompted the latest round of lawyer jokes, none of which were particularly funny, all of which drew howls at the punch lines.”
What can I be with a J.D.? A State Representative in the Illinois General Assembly By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2008 A focus on Franco Coladipietro, State Representative in the Illinois General Assembly.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2007 “You’re going to give yourself a heart attack if you keep eating like that,” she said, frowning. George waived away her concern. “At the first sign of arrhythmia I’ll ask God for a continuance.”
What can I be with a J.D.? A Thomson-West Sales Representative By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2007 Learn more about Thomson-West Sales Representative Jason Bagley
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2007 “A jury is twelve people who decide who has the best lawyer.”
What can I be with a J.D.? Associate Director of Enforcement for the NCAA By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2007 A focus on LuAnn Humphrey, Associate Director of Enforcement for the NCAA.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2007 A review of The Last Juror by John Grisham.
What can I be with a J.D.? Assistant Attorney General for the Illinois Attorney General By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2007 Learn more about Nancy Tikalsky, Assistant Attorney General for the Illinois Attorney General, Environmental Bureau North.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2007 That morning, change was in the air. But of all the people who had gathered in the courtroom, of all the justices and officials and lawyers and former clerks, only O’Connor and Rehnquist knew how much…
Ground yourself By Heather M. Fritsch Women and the Law, May 2007 As some of you may know, my dad is a farmer. I grew up on a farm just south of the very small town of Shabbona, Illinois. Shabbona?
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2007 A review of The Alibi, by Sandra Brown.
Ground yourself By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2007 As some of you may know, my dad is a farmer. I grew up on a farm just south of the very small town of Shabbona, Illinois. Shabbona?!
What can I be with a J.D.? Senior Contract and Grant Officer at the Office for Sponsored Research at Northwestern University By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2007 Get to know Michael Haas, the Senior Contract and Grant Officer at the Office for Sponsored Research at Northwestern University.

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