A Remembrance of Prentice H. Marshall
It is difficult to do justice in a few sentences to my recollections of Prentice Marshall. We met in the fall of 1954, when I started at the firm now known as Jenner & Block.
Report on the ABA Annual Meeting
The 126th Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association was held August 5-10, 2004, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
State Court Participation Reaches 200 for CIP
Janel Foss, Assistant Director for Administration and Outreach for the Courtroom Information Project (CIP), today announced the participation of the two hundredth state court participant, a milestone in the project’s 25 months of operation.
State of the Court Address-April 15, 2004
Good afternoon to you all. I want to thank Magistrate Judge Arlander Keys, the officers and all of the members of the Federal Bar Association for inviting me to speak to you today.
Summer of 2004: Legislation of note
During the month of July 2004, while the Governor and legislators debated the state's budget, several legislative proposals became effective and their enactment into law may be of interest to members of the bench and bar. The
The Supreme Court upholds COLA for judges
Justice Rarick wrote the unanimous opinion issued May 20, 2004, in Jorgensen, et al. v. Blagojevich, et al., that declared the attempt to eliminate the cost-of-living adjustments to judicial salaries for fiscal years 2003 and 2004 to be unconstitutional.