Case comment-In re D.D.
In September of 2004, the Illinois Supreme Court issued its decision in In re D.D., a minor, (People of the State of Illinois) v. D.D. (Oak Park-River Forest High School District 200), 212 Ill. 2d 410, 819 N.E.2d 300 (2004).
The Chair’s page: The Great Depression
No, I am not referring to 1929. I am referring to what currently is occurring in the legal profession. While most attorneys feel good about being a lawyer, all recognize increasing pressures in recent years, which pressures they expect to continue into the future.
D.D.: Minors on probation
On September 23, 2004 the Illinois Supreme Court ruled in In Re D.D. 819 N.E.2d 300 (Ill. 2004) that a school district was not required to pay for the educational portion of a delinquent special education student's out-of-state placement that was ordered pursuant to the Juvenile Court Act.
From the chair
This year is a great year for the council. The dedication of our members is unmatched.
From the Co-editors
Recently, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled in favor Oak Park and River Forest High School District No. 200 in a case of first impression in Illinois.
From the former Chair
Our CLE on Abuse/Neglect Law was a great success and those of you who did not attend should make a point of attending the next CLE.
The Importance of Mentoring
As incoming Chair of the Section Council I would like to share with you one of our goals for this year. I am looking forward to working with all of you over the coming months.
In re D.D.
In In re D.D., 212 Ill.2d 410, the Illinois Supreme Court upheld the Appellate Court of Illinois' reversal of a Juvenile Court order requiring Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200 to pay the educational component of a student's juvenile court-ordered residential placement resulting from his probation violation.
Sister Catherine Ryan
Sister Catherine Ryan, who is a long-time member of the Juvenile Justice Section Council, was recently appointed Executive Director of Maryville Academy.