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Allerton Conference 2019

"CSI Allerton: Considerations for effective changes to the Code, Supreme Court Rules, and Il Rules of Evidence"

The Allerton Conference provides an opportunity for lawyers, judges and law professors from the entire State to discuss important issues affecting civil procedure and litigation with the goal of offering suggestions for new Supreme Court Rules, legislation sponsored by the ISBA, and propose programs to the ISBA Board of Governors.

The biennial conference will be held on May 2-4, 2019 at The Radisson Hotel in Bloomington-Normal, IL. Sponsored by the ISBA Civil Practice and Procedure Committee, participation is by invitation only.

This year the topic is: "CSI Allerton: Consideration for effective changes to the Code, Supreme Court Rules, and Il Rules of Evidence. "

Although the Conference resembles more of a “think tank” than a traditional CLE program, attendees will earn a number of MCLE and PMCLE credit hours.

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History of Allerton: The name "Allerton" is used because the conference was first held at the Allerton Park and Retreat Center in Monticello, Illinois. The conference out grew the facilities at Allerton and the ISBA had to find a different location. The name has stuck despite the fact that the conference has been held at the Starved Rock Lodge.

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Deadline for registration is March 29th

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