Commission Takes CLE in New Direction

In 2005, the Illinois Supreme Court instituted minimum continuing legal education requirements for Illinois lawyers. Concurrent with that decision, the Court also established the Commission on Professionalism to promote civility and professionalism among the Illinois bench and bar. Part of that responsibility includes the duty to assist providers in developing professional responsibility CLE courses and activities.

Now, almost a decade later, the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism will venture in a new direction for continuing legal education as an accredited provider.  READ MORE

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Michelle Silverthorn

Michelle Silverthorn

After spending seventeen years living in the Caribbean, Michelle undertook a number of around-the-world detours before ending up at the doorstep of the Commission, including four years as a general litigator in New York and Chicago. She remembers pretty much everyone she’s met in her travels but she would especially like to meet again the passengers on a January 2001 flight from Miami to JFK. At the pilot’s request, they donated enough money for Michelle, who had her wallet stolen, to get back to college safely. She would very much like to tell them all thanks.
Michelle Silverthorn

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