Articles From Shira Truitt

Oh, the laws I’d offer if I were an Illinois state legislator. Part I: The civil fix By Shira Truitt Women and the Law, October 2016 Author Shira Truitt shares what bills she would introduce if she were an Illinois legislator.
Ferguson, Missouri: Clouds and silver linings By Shira Truitt Women and the Law, December 2014 A look at the lessons that bar associations and other legal organizations can learn from the recent events in Ferguson.
Moving on versus moving forward: The legacy of the Trayvon Martin case By Shira Truitt Women and the Law, August 2013 The commentary generated by the jury decision in the Trayvon Martin case has been interesting, to say the very least.
Championing real diversity in a meaningful way By Shira Truitt Women and the Law, June 2011 The author provides a few meaningful ways to champion real diversity.
Parliamentary procedure: Unexpectedly doing what is expected By Shira Truitt Women and the Law, June 2011 A primer on parliamentary procedure.
Parliamentary procedure: Unexpectedly doing what is expected By Shira Truitt Administrative Law, June 2011 A primer on parliamentary procedure.

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