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Section Newsletter Articles From Hon. Michael P. McCuskey

Case summaries By Lori G. Levin, Steve Baker, David B. Franks, Hon. Michael P. McCuskey, Sandra Blake, George G. Leynaud, and Judith Lozier Criminal Justice, May 2009 Recent cases of interest to criminal law attorneys.
Civil Practice CLE is visiting New Orleans By Michael P. McCuskey Civil Practice and Procedure, March 2007 Yes, we are going to New Orleans. Let the good times roll when the Civil Practice Section Council presents a CLE program on trial practice in New Orleans on Friday, May 4, and Saturday, May 5.
Practice in the Central District of Illinois By Hon. Michael P. McCuskey Civil Practice and Procedure, March 2007 The important thing that civil practitioners need to understand about federal court is that, unlike state court, their assigned district court judge has both a civil and criminal docket, which means that the Speedy Trial Act causes criminal trials to take priority over trial dates in civil cases.
Electronic case filing in the Central District of Illinois By Michael P. McCuskey Civil Practice and Procedure, October 2004 The U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois implemented its new automated Case Management/Electronic Case Filing system (CM/ECF) on September 1, 2004.
Message from the Chair By Michael P. McCuskey Federal Civil Practice, May 2003 This issue is devoted to Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Harlington Wood, Jr. Judge Wood is not only a giant in stature, whose career of public service spans seven decades, but also a giant in the Illinois judiciary.
The practice of law—Words of wisdom from Honest Abe By Michael P. McCuskey Bench and Bar, January 2003 Recently, members of the Bench & Bar Section Council collaborated on an excellent article about the qualities necessary to be an outstanding judge.
Message from the chair By Michael P. McCuskey Federal Civil Practice, November 2002 Welcome to the newest section council of the Illinois State Bar Association and thanks for taking the time to read our inaugural newsletter.

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