On March 7, 8 and 15, the ALA will host its annual Illinois Supreme Court Civil Cases Year in Review, featuring a panel discussion about the most significant civil cases decided by the Illinois Supreme Court in 2017.
There will be three events: one in Wheaton, co-sponsored by the DuPage County Bar Association (March 7); one in Chicago, co-sponsored by Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois (March 8); and one in Springfield, co-sponsored by the Sangamon County Bar Association (March 15). All three events will feature Illinois Appellate Court Justice Ann B. Jorgensen (Second District) and past ALA Presidents J. Timothy Eaton and Michael T. Reagan.
The Wheaton event will be held on Wednesday, March 7, from noon to 1:45 p.m., at the Attorney Resource Center, 505 North County Farm Road, 3rd Floor.
The Chicago event will be held on Thursday, March 8, from noon to 1:45 p.m., at Mayer Brown LLP, Townhall Meeting Room, 32nd Floor, 71 South Wacker Drive.
The Springfield event will be held on Thursday, March 15, from noon to 2 p.m., at Maldaner’s, 222 South 6th Street.
Attendees should bring their own lunches except to the Springfield event where lunch will be provided. Attendees to each event will receive 1.5 hours of MCLE credit.
For more information about any of the events and to register, please click here.
Lastly, on Thursday, March 29, the ALA will host its Roundtable Luncheon Program Featuring the Justices of the Illinois Appellate Court, First District. Attendees at the luncheon will have the opportunity to speak with the justices about appellate practice in an informal setting. The event will take place at the Union League Club in Chicago, 65 West Jackson Boulevard, beginning at noon and ending at 1:30 p.m.
Attendees will receive one hour of MCLE credit and must adhere to the Union League Club dress code.
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