Section Newsletter Articles on ARDC

The ARDC’s proactive program for better practice management By Deane B. Brown Bench and Bar, February 2018 In accordance with the January 2017 amendments to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 756(e), effective January 1, 2018, Illinois became the first state in the country to adopt a mandatory program for all lawyers in private practice who do not maintain legal malpractice insurance, in order to register for 2019.
Registration – An important function of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission By Carl R. Draper General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, December 2016 Are you aware of the possible consequences of not completing your ARDC registration by December 31st?
ARDC thoughts By John R. Cesario Senior Lawyers, February 2014 A look at trends regarding aging in the legal profession, and things senior lawyers should do to prepare for a sudden illness or disability.
Don’t check your common sense at the door By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, June 2012 Some examples of ARDC cases where, at first glance, an attorney's shortcut or omission seemed negligible, but very quickly turned into a serious infraction. 
ARDC hearing board recommends overturning disciplinary action charged against family law attorney By Maxine Weiss Kunz Family Law, January 2012 The Review Board ultimately recommended that the Hearing Board’s findings of misconduct against Rantis be reversed and that the charges against him be dismissed in their entirety.
Chair’s column By John T. Phipps General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, May 2002 If memory serves me correctly, the annual attorney's registration fee we pay was to help offset the cost of the Attorneys Registration and Disciplinary Commission.

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