2002 Illinois Environmental Conference
Whether your practice requires knowledge of environmental regulations, or you just want to learn more about the ecological system in which we live, the 2002 Illinois Environmental Conference has what you're looking for.
Aiming at nothing and seldom missing
One of the primary reasons people have such a low respect for and opinion of attorneys is that they don't know what we stand for as a profession or as individuals.
Attend a party, give the gift of opportunity
The YLD's annual holiday party, founded by YLD members Franco A. Coladipietro, Francesco E. DiVito and Scott M. Guetzow, provides a lot more than just an evening of fun and social interaction.
Governmental Regulations of Real Property—Can a Regulation Go Too Far?
Real estate owners and developers are subjected to a multitude of real property regulations at the local, state, and federal levels of government, which require developers to comply with zoning codes, subdivision codes, building codes, wetland regulations, floodway and flood plain regulations, tree preservation ordinances, protected species regulations, impact fee ordinances, and the like.
How will the Illinois Legislature affect you this year?
As the Illinois General Assembly enters into its 93rd session in January, look to the ISBA Legislative Affairs Department for help in sorting through the mounds of material to find what matters to you in your practice.
ISBA delegates attend ABA YLD Assembly
On August 9 and 10, 2002, four members of the ISBA Young Lawyers Division (YLD) Council represented the ISBA at the ABA Young Lawyers Division Assembly, conducted at the ABA's annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
Making sense of new Supreme Court Rule 213
The Illinois Supreme Court recently announced significant amendments to Rule 213 relating to the disclosure of trial witness testimony. These amendments took effect on July 1, 2002.
Marketing magic for lawyers*
Mention legal marketing to a group of lawyers and you will notice a wide range of reactions. Some lawyers tend to get a bit queasy discussing legal marketing.