Book review: Being MortalBy Gary T. RafoolNovember 2018A summary of the 2014 book Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End.
Book review: TestimonyBy Gary T. RafoolFebruary 2018Unlike most of the Scott Turow's novels, Testimony does not take place so much in the court room, but it develops around an investigation during 2015 into the disappearance of some 400 gypsy refugees in Bosnia in 2004.
Pro bono anywhereBy Nicole CaprettaFebruary 2018With Illinois Legal Aid Online's Virtual Advice Clinic, lawyers can provide meaningful pro bono advice from their living rooms. Learn how you can volunteer!
Security checkupBy Don MateerJune 2018Suggestions for safeguarding your online accounts, browsing more securely, and securing your internet connection.
Services at ISBA Mutual’s new Loop officeBy Bob DownsFebruary 2018If you’re downtown looking for a place to relax, have a cup of coffee and kill some time, consider stopping by ISBA Mutual’s office on the eighth floor at 20 S. Clark St. in downtown Chicago.
A trip to IsraelBy Hon. Patrick J. Leston, (ret.)February 2018As lawyers enter the “senior” phase of their professional careers, many start enjoying a few more personal days and looking forward to a bit more vacation time. But if you still crave a bit of adventure, consider an ISBA or IJA tour.
Why file the last will and testament?By Michael J. MaslankaNovember 2018Many clients with whom you consult may be surprised to learn that Illinois law requires that the will of a decedent must be filed with the clerk of the circuit court shortly after the decedent's death.