Articles From Stephanie Tang

Upcoming changes to Illinois Child Support Law By Stephanie Tang Young Lawyers Division, August 2016 Illinois may soon join 39 other states in adopting an “Income Shares” model of child support, which would dramatically change how child support is calculated.
Challenges facing cognitively impaired lawyers and their co-workers By Stephanie Tang Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, December 2014 A look at the ethical guidelines presented by the ABA Model Rules and Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct, the structure and standards of a legal malpractice claim, and a discussion of what other states have done to reduce exposure to malpractice risk.
Challenges facing cognitively impaired lawyers and their co-workers By Stephanie Tang Young Lawyers Division, August 2014 A look at the ethical guidelines presented by the ABA Model Rules and Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct, the structure and standards of a legal malpractice claim, and a discussion of what other states have done to reduce exposure to malpractice risk.
Differentiating yourself in the legal marketplace: An alternative to “traditional” law school courses By Stephanie Tang Young Lawyers Division, June 2014 The University of Illinois College of Law introduced its “Fundamentals of Legal Practice” Program earlier this year to supplement the traditional legal courses students took in an effort to help them understand the issues important to hiring attorneys.

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