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Section Newsletter Articles From Vickie Gillio

Court sends a message to administrative agencies: “When drafting regulations, say what you mean” By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, December 2006 The substantive issue in Dusthimer is whether the University of Illinois regulation governing residency status is ambiguous.
Educational Implications of Garcetti v. Ceballos By Vickie Gillio Education Law, December 2006 On May 30, 2006, the U.S. Supreme Court released Garcetti v. Ceballos, a landmark First Amendment decision regarding public employee speech.
Multiplicity of necessary parties: Naming defendants in administrative agency appeals By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, November 2006 Lawyers who practice administrative law should be aware of the necessary parties that must be named as defendants when appealing administrative agency decisions.
The new Section Council Chair—Jim Chipman By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, July 2006 As I settle into my new position as ex officio, it is my pleasure to introduce to you the newly installed chair of the Administrative Law Section Council, James W. Chipman.
Voice of the prior Chair By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, July 2006 It has been my distinct pleasure to serve as Chair for this past year of the Administrative Law Section Council.
Voice of the Chair: Special bulletin: A laureate award for one of our own By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, February 2006 As Chair of the Administrative Law Section Council this year I am pleased to report that our esteemed newsletter editor Paul Freehling will be honored on April 6, 2006, as one of the ISBA members to receive the distinction of laureate.
Lawyers lending a helping hand—Katrina relief By Ann Breen-Greco, J.A. Sebastian, and Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, November 2005 Lawyers throughout the nation individually and through professional organizations have risen to the challenge of Hurricane Katrina and are giving a helping hand to address the many-faceted ramifications of the Katrina Disaster.
Profile of our editor: Paul E. Freehling By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, November 2005 We are a Section Council unique in ISBA history in that we have been privileged to have the same newsletter editor, Paul Freehling, since the inception of the Administrative Law Section.
Voice of the Chair By Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, October 2005 I am pleased that, in my first “Voice of the Chair” publication, I can direct your attention to an event that the Administrative Law Section is co-sponsoring.
Voice of a Co-Editor By Vickie Gillio Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, September 2005 This edition of The Challenge is the last edition where I will be serving as Co-Editor.
Voice of a Co-Editor By Vickie Gillio Women and the Law, September 2005 Learn more about member Susan Brazas.
Voice of the co-editor By Vickie Gillio Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2005 The true richness in both talent and concern for women and minority and issues close to their hearts is demonstrated in this issue.
Voice of the co-editor By Vickie Gillio Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, May 2005 This edition of "The Challenge" is a more personal focus on outreach by committee members to women and minority law students and the description of how one lawyer has formatted her practice to fit the contours of her life.
State Freedom of Information Acts and personal emails on government computers: A prospective look at potential Illinois decisions By Ryan Armour and Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, January 2005 The advent of ever-expanding computer messaging and correspondence technology has given rise to new types of questions concerning Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation.
Voice of the co-editor By Vickie Gillio Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, May 2004 On April 3, 2004, our standing committee members met in St. Louis for our quarterly meeting in order to bring members together from throughout the state.
Affirmative action in higher education revisited: 2003 Supreme Court decisions By Vickie Gillio and Joy A. Roberts Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, September 2003 This is a special edition of the newsletter), as the entire edition is devoted to an evaluation of the use of affirmative action policies in higher education institutions and its implications on law school admissions.
Supreme Court limits rights of illegal aliens in U.S. workplace By Joy A. Roberts and Vickie Gillio Administrative Law, October 2002 In a recent precedent-setting case, the U.S. Supreme Court held the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) does not have discretion to award backpay to an illegal alien who was never legally authorized to work in the United States, as it would unduly infringe upon explicit statutory prohibitions critical to federal immigration policy, as expressed in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), 8 U.S.C. 1324a.
Voice of the chair By Vickie Gillio Education Law, June 2000 As I pass the baton of leadership to Philip Milsk who has been appointed chair for this next year, I thought I'd take a few moments to reflect on the issues raised in my initial Voice of the Chair.
A view from the chair: By Vickie Gillio Education Law, November 1999 When I first joined the ISBA, this council was called the School Law Section. It was often referenced as one of the more arcane areas of law, as contrasted to areas such as Family Law or Tort Law.

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