• Graduation Limited License Legal Technicians

    Future or Folly: Limited License Legal Technicians

    It’s graduation time. This year, there is a brand new class of graduates in the State of Washington:…
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  • Legal Profession Robots

    Legal Profession Robots Are Coming

    “The robots are coming! The robots are coming!” The Paul Revere-like warning isn’t necessarily out of a science…
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  • Wage Gap

    Wage Gap Depends on the Industry, Not the Person

    An article in Sunday’s Chicago Tribune on tradeswomen reminded me that talking about the pay gap requires specificity…
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  • Make Employees Happier and

    Ways to Make Employees Happier and Healthier

    A recent article in the trend-spotting report of market research firm The Intelligence Group caught my eye. It…
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Graduation Limited License Legal Technicians

Future or Folly: Limited License Legal Technicians

It’s graduation time. This year, there is a brand new class of graduates in the State of Washington:…
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Legal Profession Robots

Legal Profession Robots Are Coming

“The robots are coming! The robots are coming!” The Paul Revere-like warning isn’t necessarily out of a science…
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Self-regulation in the legal profession

Self-Regulation in the Legal Profession

What does the United States Supreme Court decision holding that the North Carolina Dental Board violated anti-trust law…
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Shannon Callahan: Jenner & Block

I primarily practice in ERISA Litigation and have done so for almost 10 years with Morgan Lewis –…
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Laurel G. Bellows: The Bellows Law Group, P.C.

I’m a business lawyer. My particular expertise is executive compensation for either an executive or for a corporation…
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Craig Annunziata: Fisher & Phillips LLP

My primary practice has been in the area of employment litigation and counseling on the management side since entering…
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News

“Thinking Before Doing” & Other Sage Advice From Commissioner Martin Sinclair

“Like the law itself, I have found that maintaining civility and professionalism is a practice.” One of our…
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Professionalism: Perspectives and Perceptions

On May 15, 2015, judges, clerks, court reporters, deputies, and other court personnel in Rock Island received communication…
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Posted by on May 21, 2015

WBAI Fundraiser Tomorrow, 5/20/15

Join the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI) for a wine social event from 5:30-7:30 pm on Wednesday, May…
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Posted by on May 19, 2015

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Equality in Legal Profession

The Pay Gap In The Legal Field Is Significant

Earlier in March, the Census Bureau released new data in honor of Women’s History Month. Once again, among…
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Working Mothers Legal Career

Easier To Exit Than Return

It’s no secret: women attorneys leave the legal industry at a much higher rate than men do. Despite…
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Right to be Forgotten in America

The Second Act: Will America Get A “Right To Be Forgotten”?

In 1927, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote: “There are no second acts in American lives.” He was wrong, of…
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