Articles From Alice M. Noble-Allgire

Reorganization will strengthen the ISBA’s diversity efforts By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2010 You may not have heard any hammers or saws, but the ISBA recently completed a major renovation of its diversity-related committees and sections councils—a renovation that is already seeing substantial dividends in terms of greater efficiency and collaborative creativity.
Reorganization will strengthen the ISBA’s diversity efforts By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Human Rights, February 2010 You may not have heard any hammers or saws, but the ISBA recently completed a major renovation of its diversity-related committees and sections councils—a renovation that is already seeing substantial dividends in terms of greater efficiency and collaborative creativity.
Reorganization will strengthen the ISBA’s diversity efforts By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, December 2009 You may not have heard any hammers or saws, but the ISBA recently completed a major renovation of its diversity-related committees and sections councils—a renovation that is already seeing substantial dividends in terms of greater efficiency and collaborative creativity.
Diversity Task Force—Report from the Chair By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Diversity Leadership Council, June 2009 As I write this column, Lynn Grayson and I are putting the finishing touches on a comprehensive report to the Board of Governors detailing the activities of the Task Force on Diversity during the past two years and offering a plan of action to chart the course for the ISBA’s diversity efforts into the future.
Diversity Task Force reappointed after productive first year By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, November 2008 ISBA President Jack Carey has authorized the continuation of the Task Force on Diversity for another year to continue several projects initiated during its first term.
Ten strategies for attorneys facing the challenges of diversity By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Diversity Leadership Council, June 2008 While there is an increasing desire for diversity in the legal profession, diversity brings with it some special challenges for attorneys who transcend the traditional attorney mold.
Ten strategies for attorneys facing the challenges of diversity By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2008 While there is an increasing desire for diversity in the legal profession, diversity brings with it some special challenges for attorneys who transcend the traditional attorney mold.
A diversity pipeline success story—A new partnership develops from ISBA’s Diversity Roundtable By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, December 2007 The Illinois State Bar Association’s diversity pipeline efforts have already spawned at least one successful new partnership, with the promise of more to come.
Chairs’ Column By Claire A. Manning & Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, June 2007 As chairs of the Standing Committees on Women and the Law and Minority and Women Participation, we are pleased to share with you the diversity outreach and educational efforts that our committees have undertaken during the past year.
Diversity Roundtable: Pipeline to the future By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Diversity Leadership Council, June 2007 During the past year, the Standing Committee on Minority and Women Participation has been exploring ways that the Illinois State Bar Association can encourage more minorities traverse the educational pipeline into the legal profession.
Diversity Roundtable: Pipeline to the future By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, June 2007 During the past year, the Standing Committee on Minority and Women Participation has been exploring ways that the Illinois State Bar Association can encourage more minorities traverse the educational pipeline into the legal profession.
Join us for a tax day diversion! Lawyer’s Workshop makes Downstate debut April 15 By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, February 2005 A distinguished slate of Metro East lawyers and judges has been assembled for this year's Lawyer's Workshop, which is making its debut in downstate Illinois with a mix of "nuts and bolts" and "cutting edge" presentations on Family Law, Civil Discovery, Attorney Ethics and Federal Practice.
Fractured fairy tales-How children’s classics can reinforce harmful stereotypes By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, June 2004 A few years back, I found myself spending time with the four-year-old daughter of some friends.
Illinois law school deans are a model of diversity By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Women and the Law, June 2004 Illinois reached a significant milestone during the past year when Patricia Mell and Peter Alexander became the first black deans—and Mell the first female dean—at their respective law schools.
Fractured fairy tales-How children’s classics can reinforce harmful stereotypes By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, March 2004 A few years back, I found myself spending time with the four-year-old daughter of some friends. We stretched out on the living room floor with a couple of tiny plastic figurines and a long-necked stuffed animal to amuse ourselves.
Illinois law school deans are a model of diversity By Alice M. Noble-Allgire Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, March 2004 Illinois reached a significant milestone during the past year when Patricia Mell and Peter Alexander became the first black deans—and Mell the first female dean—at their respective law schools

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