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In This Issue…
- An interview with the Chief Justice
When he started practicing law 52 years ago, Lloyd Karmeier never imagined being an appellate court judge, let alone a Supreme Court Justice.
- An interview with Justice Garman
Now that her term as Chief Justice has ended, Justice Garman feels “very good at how the Illinois courts have moved forward” on her goals.
- Video testimony: One-way, two-way, Skype, closed circuit: Let me count the ways….
This article is the result of a New Mexico Supreme Court case involving the use of Skype in a criminal case. It will present a brief history of the use of video in criminal proceedings in Illinois and other states.
- Read any good books lately?
Author and Bench & Bar Chair Michael Hyman asked members of this Section to choose one book with a legal bent that they would recommend every lawyer read. Here are the responses.
- Recent appointments and retirements
Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Civil Practice Update - Fall 2019
November 8 | Chicago, Webcast
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