When Chief Cook County Circuit Judge Timothy C. Evans speaks of his nearly half-century career in public service, he finds himself spending less time looking back and more on what else can be done. Keeping people out of jail is what made him Chicago Lawyer’s 2017 Person of the Year.
An examination of law enforcement's controversial use of cellphone surveillance technology, otherwise known as stingrays, bringing cases to your courtroom.
A look back on the local legal stories that made 2017 what it was: record verdicts, consent decrees, airport attorneys and pop taxes.
Without a job-saving soda tax and with a lawsuit from her staff, Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli talks about the issues facing her office.
Emily Seymore joined Paul Hastings six years ago as an associate in the litigation department, primarily focused on white-collar defense. She quickly gravitated to the LAF Special Education Pro Bono Panel, helping students with special needs obtain or stick to an individualized education program.
Each of the four elements from ancient Greece is represented in the 50th floor main lobby of Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office: air, fire and earth — the most visually striking element on display is water.
Women in Law 2017Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the 2017 Women in Law special section.
Chicago Lawyer DirectoryA roundup of alternative dispute resolution services.
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