The next few pages share the results of our 2017 Spaces Survey, our third-ever look at the offices and buildings Chicago firms call home. The last time we did this was in 2015, taking a snapshot of that year’s legal landscape.
Many of Mark D. Belongia's clients, ranging from small community banks to large global banks, felt that President Donald Trump would usher in broad regulatory relief. However, feelings of relief have been tempered by a second word: uncertainty.
The idea that software could one day replace court reporters has been suggested in recent years as audio and visual technology becomes better at understanding the human voice and capturing words for future use.
Clifford Nellis was on a more conventional legal career path when a fateful trip and, he would say, divine intervention led him to become a co-founder of Lawndale Christian Legal Center. The nonprofit helped establish the country’s first-ever restorative justice community court.
Katten Muchin Rosenman associate Alyse Sagalchik, 31, is a volunteer at the Katten Legal Clinic at Jose de Diego Academy in Humboldt Park, once a month trading her work in Katten’s corporate department to provide legal services and advice for those who need it.
Women in Law 2017Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the 2017 Women in Law special section.
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