Articles From Judith Miller

The Fear Factor By Judith Miller Women and the Law, May 2020 A review of the book 'Untangling Fear in Lawyering: A Four-Step Journey Toward Powerful Advocacy.'
Alternative court aims to keep the mentally ill from repeat criminal acts By Judith Miller Mental Health Law, December 2017 With more than a decade of statistics available since the inception of the Treatmetn Alternative Court in the 16th Judicial Circuit, Kane County has contracted with Aurora University to conduct a full analysis of the impact of TAC. Pursuant to the Mental Health Treatment Act, the county’s study will include an analysis of recidivism rates.
Kane judicial system changes to better reflect diversity within county By Judith Miller Diversity Leadership Council, June 2016 It is clear from the voices of our legal leaders that diversity is a prized quality that they agree needs to be nurtured, encouraged, and intentionally sought.
Kane County diversity colors even common problems By Judith Miller Diversity Leadership Council, June 2014 Justice cannot be achieved unless we acknowledge our differences and recognize the imbalances that work against fairness, efficiency and accuracy.

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