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Upcoming events

    • October 16, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (CDT)
    • Zoom
    • 429
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    The Appellate Lawyers Association and the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois Cordially Invite You to Attend a Virtual Judicial Panel Featuring Justices of the Illinois Supreme Court and Appellate Court

    2020 Virtual Lunch Time Judicial Seminar

    Please attend our virtual judicial seminar featuring Illinois Supreme Court Justice P. Scott Neville, Jr., First District Justice Michael B. Hyman, Second District Justice Susan Fayette Hutchinson, and Third District Justice Mary W. McDade. The panelists, moderated by ALA President John Fitzgerald, will answer questions providing an inside look at appellate practice in Illinois. 

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    Date: Friday, October 16, 2020

    Time: 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.

    Location: Online. You will receive a Zoom link via email after registering for this event. (Please note only speakers will be visible, so participants need not dress formally for this event.)

    Cost: Free for the Appellate Lawyers Association members; $15.00 for the Women’s Bar Association members; and $25.00 for non-members.

    CLE Credit:  Participants will earn one hour of CLE Credit for this event. The ALA is an approved MCLE provider.

    Questions?  Call (630) 416-1166, ext. 303


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