A male university student suspended for allegedly assaulting a classmate does not have a case for gender discrimination, a federal appeals court held.
Last month, the Chicago Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Foundation presented its highest honor, the Justice John Paul Stevens Award, to five CBA members for their commitment to public service, integrity and the bar.
A new initiative by the Cook County government and the Chicago Bar Foundation will offer pro bono legal assistance to residents with eviction, foreclosure and tax-debt issues.
SPRINGFIELD — The state’s highest court has struck down a southern Illinois city’s policy that partly evaluates police officers on the number of citations officers issue, finding it violates an Illinois law prohibiting ticket quotas.
TRENTON, N.J. — A federal judge whose son was slain at their home by an attorney who had stalked her invoked his memory Friday at the signing of a New Jersey law aimed at protecting judges’ personal information from being publicly accessible.