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Section Newsletter Articles on Chair's column

Chairman’s letter By John J. Horeled Senior Lawyers, June 2011 An introduction to the issue from Chair John Horeled.
Chair’s column By Dale R. Kurth Intellectual Property, June 2011 A farewell message from Outgoing Chair Dale R. Kurth.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, June 2011 A farewell message from Outgoing Chair Rory Weiler.
Comments from the (outgoing) Chair By Anna E. Morrison-Ricordati Animal Law, June 2011 A message from the outgoing chair, Anna Morrison-Ricordati.
Looking back… By Robert Fink Young Lawyers Division, June 2011 A farewell message from Outgoing Chair Robert Fink.
Looking Forward….. By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2011 A note from incoming Chair Heather M. Fritsch.
Note from the Chair By Ira Azulay Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, June 2011 An introduction from Section Chair Ira Azulay.
Notes from the Chair By Lee Beneze Elder Law, June 2011 A note from Elder Law Chair Lee Beneze.
Thanks for the memories By Sandra Crawford Women and the Law, June 2011 A farewell note from out-going Chair Sandra Crawford.
Chair’s column By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, May 2011 Some background and history of Law Day.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, May 2011 A message from Family Law Section Chair Rory Weiler.
Chair’s column By Thomas A. Bruno Bench and Bar, May 2011 A message from Bench & Bar Section Chair Thomas Bruno.
Message from the Chair #1 By William Mock International and Immigration Law, May 2011 The first of two notes in this issue from International & Immigration Law Section Chair William Mock.
Message from the Chair #2 By William Mock International and Immigration Law, May 2011 The second of two notes in this issue from International & Immigration Law Section Chair William Mock.
Note from Construction Law Section Council Chair By Howard W. Feldman Construction Law, May 2011 A message from Construction Law Chair Howard Feldman.
Chair’s column By Sandra Crawford Women and the Law, April 2011 A look ahead to some of the events sponsored by the Women and The Law Committee.
Chair’s column By Dale R. Kurth Intellectual Property, April 2011 A note from Intellectual Property Section Chair Dale R. Kurth.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, April 2011 A look at ISBA CLE and how programs are created and organized.
Chair’s column By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, April 2011 An update on the issue of Central Panels in Illinois.
Chair’s comment By Kavita Puri Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, April 2011 A recap of the Section's most recent CLE program.
Greetings from the Chair By Adam Nelson Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, April 2011 A message from CoLT Chair Adam Nelson.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, March 2011 A call to action, from Family Law Section Chair Rory Weiler.
Chair’s column By Thomas A. Bruno Bench and Bar, March 2011 A message from Bench & Bar Chair Thomas Bruno.
Chair’s column By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, March 2011 A look at some of the Administrative Law Section's upcoming projects.
Chair’s column: Cameras in the courtroom By Michael K. Goldberg General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, March 2011 Today, virtually all lawyers and litigants have camera/video capability on their phones, and preventing the broadcasting of courtrooms will be very difficult.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, February 2011 While the new, soon-to-be-signed-into-law Illinois Religious Freedom and Civil Union Act greatly enhances the rights of certain individuals involved in partnerships outside of the traditional state approved marriage, it doesn’t completely level the playing field between married parties and those involved in a civil union.
Chair’s column By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, January 2011 An introduction to the issue from the Section's Chair, Judge Ann Breen-Greco.
Chair’s column By Rory Weiler Family Law, December 2010 Communication with our clients is the best way of assuaging our client’s concerns and easing their fears, and symbiotically, just good marketing of your practice.
Chair’s column By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, December 2010 While an attorney and Administrative Law Judge may have different perspectives, they both want to ensure that all steps have been taken in preparation for hearing and in the hearing itself to ensure that the record reflects their best professional efforts.
Chair’s column By Thomas A. Bruno Bench and Bar, December 2010 An introduction from Section Chair Thomas Bruno.