Section Newsletter Articles on Chair's column

Chair column By Melissa Olivero Women and the Law, September 2017 A message from Chair Melissa Olivero.
Chairman’s column By John Allen Administrative Law, September 2017 A message from 2016-2017 Administrative Law Section Chair John Allen.
Chair’s column By David H. Hopkins Animal Law, September 2017 A message from Animal Law Section Chair David Hopkins.
Chair’s column: Be prepared—Succession and transition planning By Mary Ann Gerstner General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, September 2017 An introduction to this issue from Chair Mary Ann Gerstner.
The future is here By Timothy E. Moran State and Local Taxation, September 2017 An introduction from Section Chair Timothy Moran.
Letter from the Chair By Rob Connor Mental Health Law, September 2017 A message from 2017-18 Section Chair Rob Connor.
Chair’s column By Tamika Walker Family Law, August 2017 A message from Family Law Section Chair Tamika Walker.
Incoming Chair’s column: An introduction and welcome to the 2017-2018 bar year By Mary Ann Gerstner General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, August 2017 An introduction from 2017-18 Section Chair Mary Ann Gerstner.
Out-going Chair’s column By Ebony R. Huddleston General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, August 2017 Departing Chair Ebony Huddleston bids farewell.
Message from the Chair By Robert W. Kaufman Trusts and Estates, July 2017 A message from Section Chair Robert Kaufman.
Chairman’s column By Lane Harvey Family Law, June 2017 The final column from Family Law Section Chair Lane Harvey.
Chair’s column By George L. Schoenbeck Young Lawyers Division, June 2017 The farewell message from YLD Chair George Schoenbeck.
A few words from the Chair By Frank V. Ariano Senior Lawyers, June 2017 A message from Frank Ariano.
From the Chair By Tracy D. Douglas Administrative Law, June 2017 The final column from Chair Tracy Douglas.
Letter from the Chair By Joseph T. Monahan Mental Health Law, June 2017 A message from Section Chair Joseph Monahan.
Message from the Chair By Shannon M. Shepherd Human Rights, June 2017 Shannon Shepherd shares her thoughts in her final column as Chair of the Human Rights Section.
Message from the Chair By Laura L. Milnichuk Civil Practice and Procedure, June 2017 A message from Chair Laura Milnichuk.
A welcome from the incoming Chair By John R. Schleppenbach Alternative Dispute Resolution, June 2017 Learn more about incoming ADR Section Chair John Schleppenbach.
Chair column By Julie A. Johnson Women and the Law, May 2017 A message from Chair Julie Johnson outlining the Committee's recent successes.
Chair’s report By Marylou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, May 2017 Learn more about this Committee's recent activities and accomplishments.
From the Chair By Tracy Douglas Administrative Law, May 2017 An introduction to this issue from Administrative Law Section Chair Tracy Douglas.
Letter from the Chair By Ledy VanKavage Animal Law, April 2017 A message from Animal Law Section Chair Ledy VanKavage.
Chair’s column: Pride in section accomplishments By Lane Harvey Family Law, March 2017 A message from Family Law Section Chair Lane Harvey.
Comments from the Chair By Shannon Shepherd Human Rights, March 2017 “Will my husband be deported immediately, or will we have time?” “If they come for me, will I be allowed to bring a suitcase?” These are just some of the questions that Human Rights Section Chair Shannon Shepherd has fielded since the initial executive orders on immigration were released.
A few words from the Chair By Erica Crohn Minchella Real Estate Law, March 2017 The ISBA's Real Estate Law Section Council was recently asked to review and take a position on Senate Bill 192.
From the Chair By Tracy Douglas Administrative Law, March 2017 An introduction to this issue from Administrative Law Section Chair Tracy Douglas.
Chair column By Julie A. Johnson Women and the Law, February 2017 A message from Committee Chair Julie Johnson.
Chair’s column: The conundrum of client relations in family law By Lane Harvey Family Law, February 2017 In order to do our jobs in compliance with, inter alia, the obligations imposed by Rule 2.1 of the Rules of Professional Conduct, we must often take positions with our client which may be opposed to their immediate desires but which may serve their long-term interests.
A few words from the Chair By Frank V. Ariano Senior Lawyers, February 2017 An introduction to this issue from Section Chair Frank Ariano.
From the Chair By Marylou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, February 2017 An introduction from Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.