It was 21 years ago that a Cook County judge became Illinois’ first-ever openly gay elected official. Now, today’s young LGBT attorneys are unfazed with sharing an important part of their identities with their colleagues.
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It’s only a matter of time before a computer can do a lot of what lawyers do. So what must a law firm do to adapt? Over a two-day workshop, Bryan Cave left that answer up to the very people who will need to tackle tomorrow’s technology: today’s associates.
Three years ago, President Barack Obama faced a dilemma on a social issue that, like all social issues, can generate passionate opinions on both sides.
Sophia Hall is the administrative presiding judge of the Resource Section of the Juvenile Justice and Child Protection Department of the Cook County Circuit Court.
Many, if not most, Illinois firms with multiple law offices in the state first open up shop in Chicago before branching out to the west and south. Heyl Royster Voelker & Allen took the inverse approach.
What does it mean to reinvent yourself? How does one go about doing it? Husband-and-wife attorneys Christina L. Martini and David G. Susler talk more about this topic with the Better Government Association's Andy Shaw in this month's Inside Out video.
Spoiler alert: I discovered one of the most fun restaurants and lounges in Chicago and I am prepared to share this discovery with you. I know, bold statement, but this place backs it up. The exceptional experience transcends the food at Black Bull.
Legal Technology Update 2015This year's Legal Technology Update once again features our annual e-discovery survey, now in its eighth year.
CLE Guide — Spring 2015Law Bulletin Publishing Company is proud to present the 2015 Spring Continuing Legal Education Guide.
Year in Review 2014
Our Year in Review 2014 takes a look back on some highlights of the past year.
40 Attorneys Under Forty
For the last 15 years, the 40 Under Forty Committee at Law Bulletin Publishing Company sifts through piles of nominations to select 40 of the most talented young attorneys practicing in Illinois. This publication is the result of this work.