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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column: We could be heroes
A message from the Bench & Bar Section Council's chair, David W. Inlander.
- Editor’s note
An introduction to the issue from the editor, retired Administrative Law Judge Edward Schoenbaum.
- Judging judges
Trial experience is often seen as the measurement that matters the most in selecting judges, but other qualifications and experience should also be factored in when evaluating judicial candidates.
- Blessing or curse: Having an eclectic ADR practice
The pros and cons of affiliating your alternative dispute resolution practice with an entity that requires an exclusive relationship.
- Perfect timing: The right time to release legal holds
By understanding when litigation holds may safely be released, organizations and individuals can confidently release such holds at the right time to minimize costs and risks.
- Illinois 2L agrees: Time’s up
A summary of the keynote speaker's presentation at the Women's Bar Association of Illinois Annual Dinner.
- Recent appointments and retirements
Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
Civil Practice Update - Fall 2019
November 8 | Chicago, Webcast
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