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Section Newsletter Articles From Susan M. Witt

From the editors By Susan M. Witt Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, March 2004 Vickie A. Gillio and I are pleased to serve as co-Editors for this year's newsletter of the ISBA Standing Committee on Minority and Women Participation.
Finding my way home By Susan M. Witt Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, December 2003 I kept walking straight ahead on the path that cut a diagonal line through the lush botanical garden.
ISBA member and WBAI President Elizabeth Budzinski appointed as Associate Judge in Circuit Court of Cook County By Susan M. Witt Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, December 2003 Elizabeth M. Budzinski, well known to many within the ISBA , was appointed Associate Judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County on April 22, 2003.
Revisiting the insurer’s duty to settle: Haddick v. Valor Insurance By Susan M. Witt Civil Practice and Procedure, March 2003 The Illinois Supreme Court has addressed the question of when an insurer's duty to settle arises.
The court watchers By Susan M. Witt Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, January 2003 There are two things that I remember about my Trial Advocacy class in law school.
Looking out for ourselves By Susan M. Witt Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, January 2003 I remember sitting in that courtroom and hearing the hours of talk about suffering, violence, and grief.
Jury instructions and voir dire: Recent developments By Susan M. Witt Civil Practice and Procedure, October 2002 Amended Supreme Court Rule 239 (effective January 2000) allows for any or all jury instructions to be read before opening statements.

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