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Section Newsletter Articles on Judiciary

Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, May 2018 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, April 2018 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, February 2018 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Is the self-driving car an outlier of an automated judiciary? By Peter LaSorsa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, January 2018 If we replace the Supreme Court Justices with sophisticated algorithms and artificial intelligence, wouldn’t we get a fairer and more just result?
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, January 2018 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Circuit Judge Valerie E. Turner officially retired By Hon. Edward Schoenbaum, (Ret.) Bench and Bar, December 2017 Circuit Judge Valerie E. Turner of the Circuit Court of Cook County was officially retired from office on December 1, 2017, by order of the Illinois Courts Commission.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, December 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
What’s been on my mind By Hon. Michael P. Kiley, (Ret.) Bench and Bar, December 2017 A personal health journey provided by retired judge Michael Kiley.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, November 2017 Changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Sidebar on CLE at the mid-year meeting Bench and Bar, November 2017 Register now for the Joint/Midyear Meeting and participate in these complimentary CLE programs.
What the bench and bar should do for justice By Zel M. Fischer Bench and Bar, November 2017 A reprint of Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice's recent address in Kansas City.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, October 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
The bench, the bar and the lunch table By Evan Bruno Bench and Bar, September 2017 In Champaign County, where author Evan Bruno practices criminal law, Bunny’s Tavern in Urbana is every Wednesday’s lunch spot. Any lawyer or judge, regardless of practice area or experience, is welcome. Every legal community needs such a lunch table.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, September 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Women in Leadership in the American Bar Association’s Judicial Division By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Women and the Law, September 2017 For the first time in the history of the ABA’s Judicial Division, there will be four women in leadership!
Michael Tardy retires as Director of the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts By Hon. Alfred M. Swanson, Jr. (Ret.) Bench and Bar, August 2017 After 41 years working for the court system, Michael Tardy is ready for a change.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, August 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Summer externs = HUGE Help By Hon. Debra B. Walker Bench and Bar, August 2017 Hon. Debra Walker urges all of her judicial colleagues to host summer externs.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, July 2017 The Administrative Office reports no changes in the judiciary during June 2017. 
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, June 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, May 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
What federal Magistrate Judges do and why they can or can’t do it By Hon. Tom Schanzle-Haskins Bench and Bar, May 2017 A summary of the basic rules regarding a Magistrate Judge’s authority to rule on matters which are deemed dispositive or non-dispositive under the Magistrate Judges Act and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Broadening our horizons By Hon. Michael B. Hyman Bench and Bar, April 2017 While the legal systems of other countries may differ, the way people react to the legal system and lawyers is often similar to our own. By considering how our peers from around the world have dealt with some common issues we may learn something about ourselves.
Can justice be served online? By Jayne R. Reardon Bench and Bar, April 2017 The author shares her recent experience with online dispute resolution, and ponders the effects of this growing form of conflict resolution on the legal system and even our understanding of fairness and democracy.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, April 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
What federal Magistrate Judges do and why they can or can’t do it By Hon. Tom Schanzle-Haskins Federal Civil Practice, April 2017 A summary of the basic rules regarding a Magistrate Judge’s authority to rule on matters which are deemed dispositive or non-dispositive under the Magistrate Judges Act and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Cook County Judge Debra Walker is first judge to receive NCBF Excellence Award By David M. Anderson Bench and Bar, March 2017 Judge Walker is the third person and first judge to receive this award, which recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to law-related philanthropy.
Recent Appointments and Retirements Bench and Bar, March 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, February 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Recent appointments and retirements Bench and Bar, January 2017 Recent changes to Illinois' judiciary.

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