Law Day 2008By Michael W. RaridonMay 2008I do not remember there being a Law Day when I was a kid in the 60s.
Legislation-Passed billsBy Steve BakerJune 2008The following are summaries of new legislation in Illinois affecting the practice of criminal law. As these are summaries only, the Public Act should be reviewed before reliance.
Legislation-Passed billsBy Steve BakerMay 2008The following are summaries of new legislation in Illinois affecting the practice of criminal law. As these are summaries only, the Public Act itself should be reviewed before reliance.
Letter from the ChairBy Michael G. BergmannDecember 2008Welcome to the second edition of the newsletter of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Child Law Section, which I hope you find to be informative.
Letter from the ChairBy Michael G. BergmannSeptember 2008Children are our future. It may be trite, but it is certainly true.
The role of the GAL in family law casesBy Susan M. BrazasMay 2008In recent years, many circuit courts have made increasing numbers of appointments of Guardians Ad Litem in custody and visitation matters.
Student discipline hearingsBy Phil MilskDecember 2008The concept of the traditional family, typically a marital union between opposite-sex individuals and their children, is rapidly shifting.
Student discipline hearingsBy Phil MilskSeptember 2008Boards of Education in Illinois have the authority to suspend or expel students for “gross disobedience or misconduct” pursuant to Section 10-22.6 of the Illinois School Code. 105 ILCS 5/10-22.6(a).