1 Kurt B. Bounds directs the sales and marketing functions for ISBA Mutual. He has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, with 15 years of selling and marketing professional liability insurance. Prior to joining ISBA Mutual, Mr. Bounds worked as the Midwest Regional Marketing Manager for Great American Insurance s Legal Professional Liability Program. He received his B.A. from North Central College. Mr. Bounds is an active member of PLUS, (Professional Liability Underwriting Society), North Central College s Alumni Association, and The Morton Arboretum.
2 Juliet Boyd was born in Vereeninging, South Africa. She attended the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in English and International Relations. Juliet completed a year of study towards an LLB in Roman/Dutch law at the Randse Afrikaanse Universiteit in Johannesburg where she studied in Afrikaans. She obtained a J.D. from the University of Dayton in Juliet is an attorney at Boyd & Kummer, LLC in Chicago, Illinois. She is an experienced civil litigator and her practice is in the Circuit Courts of Cook and the collar counties and in Federal Court. She was named in Illinois Super Lawyer and Super Lawyer Corporate Counsel for 2009, 2010, and 2011 for business litigation. Juliet will also appear in the 2012 Super Lawyers Business Edition for litigation. She was also named as one of Illinois top lawyers in the February 2011 edition of Chicago Magazine. Juliet has litigated cases involving contract disputes; the Residential Real Property Disclosure Act; specific performance of contracts; construction defects; the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Practices Act; equitable mortgages and condominium disputes. Juliet has litigated complex litigation actions involving RICO and fraud suits involving millions of dollars. Juliet is also experienced in criminal law and has litigated cases ranging from first-degree murder, reckless homicide, aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated DUI to simple DUI cases. She has litigated Operating Under The Influence ( O.U.I. ) cases involving boats and snowmobiles, and has represented clients in the trial and appellate courts, including the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Juliet is the past Chair of International and Immigration Law Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association. She is currently the Continuing Legal Education ( CLE ) coordinator for the International and Immigration Law Section Council and the secretary of the Traffic Law Section Council. She is a past member of the Civil Practice & Procedure Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association. Juliet is a frequent speaker at seminars for CLE. In addition, she has several articles published by the Illinois State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
3 Prof. Thomas C. Britton is a member of the Charter Class of the SIU School of Law, the Class of He maintained his association with the School of Law while he pursued a lengthy and successful career in SIU central administration prior to joining the School of Law full-time in He has served as an aide or advisor to four of the six most recent Presidents of Southern Illinois University. He was named to his first Vice Chancellor/Vice President post at age thirty-six. During his seventeen years in University central administration, he served as Administrative Counsel to the SIU Board of Trustees, Executive Assistant (chief of staff) to the President, Vice Chancellor/President for Administration, and Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement. He joined the SIU School of Law on a full-time basis in early 1992 as associate dean. He was the first SIU Law graduate to hold that post. He was also the first SIU graduate to serve as Acting Dean ( ). Professor Britton taught courses in the area of public law, including administrative law, legislative and administrative process, state and local government law, and education law. He also taught and practiced negotiation for many years, and he continues to teach at SIU Law and elsewhere periodically. As Director of Graduate Legal Studies, Professor Britton oversaw the development and inclusion of the first non-jd graduate programs of the law school, the Master of Legal Studies (MLS) program and the Master of Law (LLM) program. In addition he launched the school's first semester in practice program and was an early adopter of distance learning technologies. As chair of the clinic and experiential learning committee, he led the school's efforts to organize and regularize experiential education in the law school curriculum. Related to education law, Professor Britton served, along with a colleague from the SIU College of Education, as a senior consultant to Illinois State Board of Education and trained administrative law judges who heard cases involving special need students. Professor Britton gives his volunteer time to a variety of causes. At SIU, in the years immediately prior to his retirement from the University, he served as chair of the University Graduate Council, the first law professor to do so, and also served as the co-chair of the campus' strategic planning initiative and as co-chair of the chancellor search committee. Now in private practice, Professor Britton serves as principal of the firm of BRITTON and Associates which provides legal, educational and consulting services to a variety of individuals and organizations.
4 Michael Flaherty is best known as a legal malpractice lawyer. For more than 20 years, he has served as lead trial counsel in virtually every type of legal malpractice case, representing plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Flaherty also represents lawyers in ethics, discipline, and business disputes and serves as outside general counsel to several law firms. Mr. Flaherty has been licensed to practice law in Illinois since 1983 and is an admitted member of the Federal Trial Bar for the Northern District of Illinois and the 7 th Circuit Court of Appeals. He is rated AV Preeminent in the Lexis-Nexis Martindale-Hubbell peer rating system and a Lifetime Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Mr. Flaherty has been included in the 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 Chicago Magazine Illinois Super Lawyers publications in the area of legal malpractice. Mr. Flaherty is an Adjunct Professor (Professional Responsibility), Northwestern University School of Law, since He has been a Faculty Member at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and the Professional Responsibility Institute of the Illinois Supreme Court. He is a Member of the ABA Center of Professional Responsibility, the ABA Professional Liability Litigation Committee, and the ABA Ethics and Professionalism Litigation Committee. He has served as President of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers, Chair of the Chicago Bar Association Committee On Legal Malpractice, Editorial Board Member of the American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility, Member of the American Bar Association Joint Committee on Lawyer Regulation, Liaison to the American Bar Association s Standing Committee on Lawyers Professional Liability, Co-Chair of the 2002 Global Forum on International Legal Ethics and Risk Management, Florence, Italy, Co-Chair of the 2000 Global Forum on Multi-Discipline and Multi-Jurisdictional Practice, Cambridge, England, and ABA Reporter at the 2000 U.S. Chief Justices Conference on Multi-Jurisdictional Practice. Mr. Flaherty regularly presents ethics and law of lawyering CLE presentations in Illinois and nationally, including serving as the featured Speaker for a number of webinars. On more than 50 occasions, Mr. Flaherty has spoken at national and international conferences concerning lawyers professional liability and risk management. Mr. Flaherty also regularly provides firm-specific risk management continuing legal education programs to law firms.
5 Hon. Mark S. Goodwin earned his B.A. at Illinois State University in 1984 and his J.D. at the John Marshall Law School in He has served as an Associate Circuit Judge for the 5 th Judicial Circuit in Danville, Illinois since December Judge Goodwin is a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinating Committee and the Associate Judge Committee for the Illinois Judges Association.
6 James J. Grogan is both the Deputy Administrator and the Chief Counsel (DACC) of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois (ARDC). For over 31 years, he has investigated and prosecuted hundreds of charges of lawyer misconduct and has argued dozens of disciplinary cases in the Supreme Court of Illinois. He is a Past President of the National Organization of Bar Counsel (NOBC), the bar association of lawyer regulators. For over 25 years, Mr. Grogan has taught legal ethics, first at the DePaul University College of Law and then at the Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, where he is an Adjunct Professor. He has presented hundreds of speeches, lectures and workshops to law firms, bar associations, corporations and judicial and governmental groups and agencies on various professional responsibility and lawyer regulation topics.
7 Jeanne Bigham Heaton joined ISBA as the Director of Continuing Legal Education in November As Director, Ms. Heaton supervises and coordinates the planning, implementation and delivery of CLE programs for the Association, in conjunction with the Standing Committee on CLE and a staff of four. Ms. Heaton also represents the ISBA on the CLE Advisory Committee to the Illinois Supreme Court s Commission on Professionalism. She is active in the International Association of CLE Providers, ACLEA. Before joining the ISBA, Ms. Heaton worked as an environmental law attorney with the firm of Hodge Dwyer Zeman in Springfield, Illinois where she specialized in regulatory and administrative law issues for firm clients, including the Illinois Environmental Regulatory Group. Prior to private practice, Ms. Heaton served as Assistant Counsel and then Acting Chief Counsel for the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. While at the agency, she coordinated the administrative rulemaking for local emergency management agencies, served on the Legal Team for the TOPOFF 2 anti-terrorism training exercise, conducted legal review of grant agreements and performed other general counsel functions. She also assisted in the administration of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act and in the development of legislative initiatives related to the Act. Ms. Heaton has also worked as Assistant Counsel in the Bureau of Land of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency where she coordinated rulemakings, assisted in the development of legislative proposals and performed other general regulatory counsel functions. She earned her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Indiana University School of Law- Bloomington, completing her last year of law school as a visiting student at the American University Washington College of Law. She earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science with Phi Beta Kappa distinction from the University of Illinois-Champaign. During and immediately after law school Ms. Heaton worked for Senator Paul Simon as a professional staff assistant to the Constitution Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington D.C. Ms. Heaton is admitted to the Illinois bar and is a member of the ISBA and the Central Illinois Women s Bar Association. Ms. Heaton is originally from southern Illinois.
8 Hon. David A. Hylla was elected Circuit Judge in 2006 and Chief of the Third Judicial Circuit in May He had been Chief of the Civil Division and continues to handle a civil trial docket. Judge Hylla also serves on the Special Illinois Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Justice and Mental Health Planning and the Illinois Supreme Court Committee on Automation and Technology. Judge Hylla began practicing law in 1985 and is a member of the bar in Illinois, Missouri and West Virginia, having tried cases in those states and Ohio and Montana. He was also a City Attorney, Special Public Defender and legal counsel for the Service Employees International Union. Judge Hylla also served as President of the Madison County and Tri-City Bar Associations. Since 1989, he has been on the Board of Directors of New Opportunities, a workshop for the developmentally challenged, serving as President from He was the first in his family to attend college and earned his B. A. degree in Government at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and his J.D. degree at St. Louis University School of Law. Judge Hylla was certified as a mediator by the National Judicial College and chaired the committee which established mandatory mediation for medical and nursing home malpractice cases in his circuit.
9 Hon. Michael B. Hyman was assigned to the First Appellate District on January 8, He was appointed to the Circuit Court of Cook in The people of Cook County elected him to a countywide seat for a full-six year term in Before joining the judiciary, Justice Hyman was a principal at Much Shelist, Chicago, which he joined in 1979 after serving two years as an Assistant Illinois Attorney General in the Antitrust Division. He graduated from Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism, with honors in 1974, and from Northwestern University School of Law in As a judge of the Circuit Court Of Cook County, Justice Hyman sat in the General Chancery Division (Oct Jan. 2013); Domestic Relations Division (Mar Sept. 2010); Supplementary Proceedings, Courtroom 1401 (mid-dec Mar. 2009); Municipal Court, nonjury, contract and tort trials (mid-sept mid-dec. 2006); and Traffic Court (July 2006 mid- Sept. 2006). The Illinois Supreme Court has appointed Justice Hyman to serve as the chairperson of the Illinois Judicial Conference Committee on Strategic planning for the Conference year Justice Hyman has a habit of getting involved in causes he cares about and has been active in numerous professional organizations. Among them are: Chicago Bar Association (President, and Editor-in-chief of the CBA Record and columnist, , , and present); Illinois Judges Association (First Vice-President, and Board member present); Illinois Judicial Ethics Committee (Committee member, present); Illinois Judges Foundation (Board member, present); Chicago Bar Foundation (Secretary, present and Board member, present); Lend-A-Hand to Youth Program (Executive Committee, and acting treasurer ); American Bar Association (House of Delegates, Chicago Bar Association representative, ; Coalition on Racial & Ethnic Justice, chair, present and member, present; Judicial Division, Lawyers Conference, Chair, and executive committee member, ; Section of Litigation; Editor-in-chief, Litigation News, ; Founding editor-in-chief, Litigation Docket, ; Chair of a number of Section committees); and the Illinois State Bar Association (elected representative, Assembly, ; ; ; Chair of a number of ISBA Committees or Councils); and Jewish Judges Association of Illinois (president, present). Other leadership roles of Justice Hyman include the Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois (Board member, present); SCRIBES, The American Society of Writers on Legal Subjects (First vice-present, 2012-present and board member, 2004-present); Coalition for Equal Justice (Chair, present); and Decalogue Society of Lawyers (president, ). Justice Hyman has written numerous articles and columns on a variety of subjects which have appeared in legal publications including CBA Record, ISBA newsletters, ABA Judges Journal, Chicago Lawyer, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, and The Bencher (American Inns of Court publication), among others. In addition, he frequently speaks at education programs for attorneys, law students, and judges. Among awards Justice Hyman has received are the CBA's inaugural Diversity Initiative Award (2006); the IJA Presidential Service Award (2007); and the Court of Honor Award from Chicago Volunteer Legal Services (2008).
10 Jean A. Kenol grew up in Joliet, Illinois. In 1998 Jean graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in Government. While at Notre Dame, Jean participated in student government, campus ministry, several intramural sports and served as a resident assistant. He also completed the American University Semester program on public policy in Washington, D.C., where he clerked for Congressman Jerry Weller of the 11th Congressional District of Illinois. After college, Jean attended the University of Illinois College of Law on a full tuition Lincoln scholarship, graduated in 2001 and that year was admitted to practice law in the State of Illinois and the United States District Court Northern District of Illinois. During his law school career, Jean had the honor of interning for the Honorable Ann C. Williams, United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. Jean s practice areas include corporate and business law, real estate law, zoning and land use, and local government law. Jean has represented clients in a wide range of matters, from singlefamily residential closings to multi-million dollar commercial transactions. Jean has an attorney rating of BV by Martindale-Hubbell and is listed as a rising star in the 2009 Illinois Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine. Jean enjoys being active in the Joliet community as well as with his alma maters. He served as the President of the Notre Dame Club of Joliet and is on the Board of Directors for United Cerebral Palsy of Will County and the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In February of 2008, Jean was appointed as a Commissioner of the Joliet, Police and Fire Commission and served for two years. Jean has been an active member of the Young Lawyers Division Council for the Illinois State Bar Association since May 2007 and will serve as its Chair in From 2010 to 2012, Jean was honored to serve as the ISBA s under 35, outside of Cook County delegate to the American Bar Association. In June of 2012 Jean was appointed to Illinois State Bar Association Board of Governors, which is the 27 member board that oversees the operations and management of ISBA. In September 2012, Jean was honored to be named the Joliet Area Young Professional of Year by the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce.
11 Pamela J. Kuzniar, Esq., is practices family law in Cook, Lake and DuPage Counties. She is a sole practitioner and her practice is located at 161 North Clark Street, 47 th Floor, Chicago, Illinois Her address is She is a graduate of Loyola University (1980: Biology/Chemistry/English) and Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, J.D She was admitted in Illinois, 1991, Northern District of Illinois 1991, and the Supreme Court of the United States of America, She was designated and elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Fellow in She serves by appointment as a Cook County Child Representative from 2006 to present. She is an Illinois Bar Foundation Fellow, member of the Chicago Bar Association, DuPage County Bar Association, and Lake County Bar Association. She is an Author and presenter for CLE seminars sponsored by the Illinois State Bar Association, American Academy of Matrimonial Law, Dupage County Bar Association, National Business Institute and Circuit Court of Cook County. She has authored articles for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and ISBA Family Law Newsletter. Her ISBA Membership Activities include: Assembly 2007-present, Family Law Section Council and 2009 to present and CLE Coordinator for Family Law 2007 to present. She is a Leading Lawyer, Super Lawyer and AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
12 Paul A. Osborn is a partner in the Sterling firm Ward, Murray, Pace & Johnson, P.C., which is a regional firm representing corporations, municipalities, hospitals, banks, school districts and individuals in northwest Illinois. Paul has been with the firm since graduating from the University of Illinois School of Law in His undergraduate degree is a BSIM (Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management) from Purdue University in His practice is split between family law and transactional law emphasizing banking and bankruptcy. He has served for 10 years on the ISBA Commercial, Banking and Bankruptcy Section Council chairing the Council in During his tenure on that Section Council, he was a frequent seminar speaker, including presentations at several programs on Revised Article Nine of the Commercial Code. In 2012, ISBA President, John Theis, reappointed Paul to the Commercial, Banking and Bankruptcy Section Council and the Standing Committee on Continuing Legal Education for the year. Additionally, in the last year, Paul accepted an appointment to the Solo & Small Firm Conference Committee. Mr. Osborn has also served the ISBA as a member of the Family Law Section Council and is currently that Council s liaison to the Continuing Legal Education Committee. Paul has presented CLE programs for Family Law Section Council seminars in Lake Geneva, Bloomington, Rockford, Chicago, Collinsville, New Orleans and in March of 2012 in Peoria. Topics include: Nuts and Bolts of Divorce Trials, Creative Drafting to Avoid Post-Decree Hell; Trial Tips on Examining Opposing Parties; The Impact of the Bankruptcy Reform Act on Family Law; Enforcement of Child Support Orders, Divorce Law for Agriculture Lawyers, Initial Interview Techniques, Post-Majority Educational Expenses and Enhancing Business and Minimizing Accounts Receivable. He has also been a presenter for the ISBA Basic Skills Course for New Admittees each year since its inception. His résumé also includes presentations for the Real Estate Section and Agriculture Law Section on bankruptcy and divorce issues. Mr. Osborn is in his 13 th year on the Continuing Legal Education Standing Committee, which he chaired from 2007 to He also served on the ISBA Task Force on MCLE and is a member of the ISBA Commercial, Banking and Bankruptcy Section Council, which he chaired in and the American Bankruptcy Institute. His CLE programs on bankruptcy topics include Real Estate in Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy for Divorce Lawyers, Revisions to Article 9 and Banking Law Updates. He was also appointed by past ISBA President John Locallo to the special committee on membership enhancement.
13 Mary Robinson is a principal in RobinsonNiro LLC, and provides representation, consultation, and expert witness services in matters involving lawyer ethics and professional responsibility, including defense of lawyer discipline cases. She also serves as Compliance Administrator for Cook County, Illinois, by appointment of the federal court overseeing implementation of decrees which prohibit unlawful political employment practices by the County. Ms. Robinson began her legal career in 1975 as an assistant defender for the office of the State Appellate Defender in that agency s Third District Office and was later promoted as Deputy for the Agency s Second District Office. In 1982, she entered private practice as a solo practitioner and then, with Josette Skelnik, founded the first all-female law firm in Kane County. The firm concentrated in appellate, criminal and family law practice. In 1989, Ms. Robinson was appointed to the volunteer position of Commissioner of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois (ARDC), the board that oversees the Illinois lawyer disciplinary agency. In 1992, she was appointed as the ARDC s Administrator, responsible for managing the agency and supervising its investigative and prosecutorial work. She served as Administrator for fifteen years, until 2007, when she left to start her own practice. Ms. Robinson is a frequent speaker for national, state and local bar association programs on ethics and professional responsibility issues. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the Kane County Bar Association, and the Appellate Lawyers Association. She has taught Professional Responsibility at Northwestern University Law School and Northern Illinois University School of Law. She received her law degree from the University of Southern California, and is licensed in Illinois and California.
14 Sarah E. Toney is the Managing Attorney at the Toney Law Firm, LLC. She has concentrated in the areas of Criminal and DUI Defense since she was admitted to the bar in She is in her 8 th year as Adjunct Professor at Loyola University of Chicago School of Law where she teaches two classes. She attended Miami University where she received a B.S. in Education and Loyola University Chicago School of Law where she received her J.D. Ms. Toney has been named an Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Star for the past 4 years. She is exofficio of the Traffic Laws and Courts Section Council, which she has been appointed to since She has been Editor of the Traffic Laws and Courts Newsletter for six years. She is a member of the IBSA Assembly and LAWPAC and was appointed to the Illinois State Bar Association Young Lawyers Division since 2010 where she is currently serving as Social Media Chair. She has also been appointed to the Standing Committee on Law Office Management and Economics. Ms. Toney has been invited to speak by the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Illinois State Bar Association at various seminars. She is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, General Federal Bar, United States District Court, Central District of Illinois and the United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. She is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Women s Criminal Defense Bar Association.
15 Hon. Neera L. Walsh earned her B.A. at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana in 1986 and her J.D. at IIT-Kent College of Law in She is an Associate Judge for the Cook County Circuit Court Criminal Division in Chicago, Illinois. Judge Walsh is a member of Women Everywhere, the Women s Bar Association, Asian American Bar Association, and the Illinois Judges Association.
16 Jean M. Wenger is the Government Documents/Foreign & International Law Librarian (Law Librarian III) at the Cook County Law Library in Chicago. Jean previously worked at the Cornell Law Library as a Reference Librarian and Legal Research Instructor at the Cornell Law School. Jean has many years training and assisting practitioners, judges, faculty, government officials, and the public with print and electronic legal research. She is a frequent presenter at bar and law library professional conferences. Jean is a member of the ISBA Law Ed (CLE) Faculty. Jean served as the President of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), the national professional association for law librarians, and previously served on the AALL Executive Board. She is also a member of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL) having served as its President in Jean is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), Chicago Bar Association (CBA), the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL), and the American Library Association (ALA). Jean received her B.A. from St. Mary s of Minnesota, her J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law, and her M.L.I.S. from Dominican University.
United States District Court Northern District of Illinois Judge Marvin E. Aspen PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND DATE OF APPOINTMENT July 24, 1979 Chambers: (312) 435-5696 ENTERED ON DUTY September 4, 1979 JUDICIAL
Lloyd M. Cueto is a 2007 graduate of St. Louis University School of Law. Mr. Cueto is a sole practitioner in Belleville, Illinois and maintains admissions to the Illinois and Missouri state bars as well
Blueprints for Building a Better Defense: Tips from Master Craftsmen Friday, March 6, 2015 Casino Queen Hotel 200 South Front Street, East St. Louis, IL 62201 Seminar Agenda 8:15 8:45 Registration, breakfast
LAURA M. URBIK KERN- Principal Law Offices of Laura M. Urbik Kern, LLC FAMILY LAW & MEDIATION 386 N. York Road, Suite 204 Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 993-1230 (630) 993-1231 FAX email@example.com PROFESSIONAL
DONALD W. LEMONS CHIEF JUSTICE Supreme Court of Virginia 100 North Ninth Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 EMPLOYMENT: Currently: Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia Formerly: Justice, Supreme Court
Robert A. Bauerschmidt graduated cum laude from The University of Illinois College of Law in May, 1990 and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from The University of Michigan in May, 1987. In 1990, he
Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C. 105 W. Madison Street, Suite 2200 Chicago, Illinois 60602 312-444-1940 (ext. 227) firstname.lastname@example.org LEGAL EXPERIENCE KATHRYN RENÉE WEBER Scott D. Pollock & Associates,
Stephen W. Baker earned his J.D. at Loyola University of Chicago in 1978. His legal career began as an Assistant State s Attorney in Rock Island County (1979-1987), Chief Public Defender for DuPage County
Mary H. Spillane Two Union Square 601 Union Street, Suite 4100 Seattle, Washington 98101 Office: (206) 628-6656 Fax: (206) 628-6611 Email: email@example.com Mary Spillane, a member in the Seattle
Lawrence A. Vogelman 22 Cedar Point Road Durham, New Hampshire 03824 EMPLOYMENT Director February 2005- present Nixon, Vogelman, Barry, Slawsky & Simoneau, PA Practice consists of civil rights and employment
A PENNSYLVANIA LLP STEPHEN M. ORLOFSKY 301 Carnegie Center Third Floor Princeton, NJ 08540 609.750.2646 fax 609.897.7286 firstname.lastname@example.org Practice Concentration Stephen Orlofsky is the administrative
Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C. 105 W. Madison Street, Suite 2200 Chicago, Illinois 60602 312-444-1940 (ext. 227) email@example.com KATHRYN RENÉE WEBER LEGAL EXPERIENCE Scott D. Pollock & Associates,
ROBERT J. BRASS, Esq. ALOIA LAW FIRM LLC 2 Broad Street, Suite 407 Bloomfield, NJ 07003 (973)337-6626 firstname.lastname@example.org RESUME ADMITTED TO THE BAR OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND THE BAR OF THE UNITED
Yelena Cristine Duterte earned her B.A. at the University of Illinois in Chicago in 2007 and her J.D. at The John Marshall law School in 2012. She currently practices at The John Marshall Law School Veterans
Curriculum Vitae BARBARA R. SNYDER ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT 2007-present President Case Western Reserve University 2004-2007 Executive Vice President and Provost The Ohio State University Office of Academic
Winter 2015 Résumé of WALTER NASH FIRM: PERSONAL DATA: Law Offices of Walter B. Nash III, P.C. Practice limited to criminal defense Born 12/27/46, Tempe, Arizona EDUCATION: Arizona State University (1964-66);
T I M O T H Y J. S T O R M Storm Law Office Suite 200 777 Lake Zurich Road Barrington, Illinois 60010 www.illapp.com Telephone: 847-526-6300 Email:email@example.com EMPLOYMENT Principal attorney, Storm
DEBRA SCUDIERE President, The West Virginia State Bar 2005-2006 President, Southern Conference of Bar Presidents 2005-2006 Fellow, West Virginia Bar Foundation, Inc., 2006 Best Lawyers in America Mediation
March 17, 2013 CURRICULUM VITAE OF BONNIE BLUME GOLDSAMT THE LAW & MEDIATION OFFICES OF BONNIE BLUME GOLDSAMT, MA, JD, APM One University Plaza, Suite 14 25 Pompton Avenue, Suite 101 Hackensack, New Jersey
CURRICULUM VITAE MARC D. ADELMAN Attorney at Law Liberty Station 2488 Historic Decatur Road, Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 297-7707 - phone (619) 222-1608 - fax AdelmanMD@aol.com LEGAL PRACTICE June
JAY SPECHLER CURRICULUM VITAE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2010 Speaker, Medical Claims Defense Network Seminar 2010 Umpire 2008 Expert Witness in Attorney s Fees 2008 Certified Family Court Mediator 2008 Certified
NEWS RELEASE Sept. 8, 2014 The Chicago Bar Association CONTACT: Linda Heacox 321 S. Plymouth Court P: 312-554-2002 Chicago, IL 60604 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 312-554-2000 F: 312-554-2054 www.chicagobar.org
PAMELA I. PERRY DRESNICK, RODRIGUEZ & PERRY, P.A. 9100 South Dadeland Boulevard One Datran Center, Suite 1610 Miami, FL 33156 (305) 670-9800 email@example.com www.dresnicklaw.com PROFESSIONAL SHAREHOLDER
CURRICULUM VITAE OF JAMES H. VOYLES *************** DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: PRACTICE: January 3, 1943 Indianapolis, Indiana Practice consists of defending major felony cases, at both the State and Federal
P.O. Box 3736 Honolulu, Hawaii 96812 (808) 226-9489 firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIATOR/ARBITRATOR/NEUTRAL (Nov. 2009 present) Mediates and arbitrates complex disputes, including personal injury, medical malpractice,
PRESENT POSITION CURRICULUM VITAE JAMES D. GLEASON Gleason Law Office, PLLC Henniker, New Hampshire 03242-4300 JGleason@GleasonLawPLLC.com Gleason Law Office, PLLC (Emphasis on Civil and Criminal Litigation)
Bankruptcy March 7, 2013 FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES Faculty Biographies 1 of 7 Faculty Biographies 2 of 7 PROGRAM CHAIRS WILLIAM F. MALAIER JR. Nagler & Malaier, P.S. 500 Union Street, Suite 927 Seattle, WA 98101-2320
Stephen A. Younger Partner email@example.com Tel: 212-336-2685 Fax: 212-336-7981 Stephen Younger, Past President of the New York State Bar Association, is a leading commercial litigator who is also well-known
MICHAEL McCRUM MCCRUM LAW OFFICE One Riverwalk Place, Suite 1900 700 N. St. Mary s St., San Antonio, Tx 78205 210.225.2285 ofc 210.225.7045 fax Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mccrumlegal.com
JOHN E. HARDING, JD 1989-Present. Lawyer and Principal, Harding & Associates Family Law Pleasanton & Walnut Creek, California California Divorce and Family Law Litigation and Divorce Mediation Certified
The Hon. Isaac Borenstein (Ret.) Attorney at Law 77 Elgin Street Newton, MA 02459 Iab8@aol.com EDUCATION June 1983 September 1975 May 1972 Master of Laws (LL.M.), Harvard Law School Cambridge, Massachusetts
Practice description Larry Finder has extensive experience in government investigations, corporate compliance counseling, federal grand jury, trial practice, internal investigations and business crimes.
Biographies Attorneys Clement J. Kong (Leads Litigation, General Business, Internal Investigations and EEOC and DFEH Compliance Areas, and Sacramento Office) University of California, Berkeley 1972 (B.A.,
Personal Data Sheet DONALD LAWRENCE ZACHARY 371 Brockmont Dr. Glendale, CA 91202-1302 Telephone: (818) 637-2495 Telecopier: (818) 549-0524 Email: email@example.com www.dlzlaw.com. October 2002 - Present
STUART M. WIDMAN Miller Shakman & Beem LLP 180 North LaSalle Street, Suite 3600 Chicago, Illinois 60601 312-263-3700 firstname.lastname@example.org EXPERIENCE January 2004 to current May 1977 to 2003 Partner
ELIZABETH M. HERNANDEZ LEGAL EXPERIENCE January 1,1995 to PRESENT: March, 1991-December 31,1994 December, 1985-March, 1991 August, 1983-December, 1985 City Attorney City of Coral Gables, 405 Biltmore Way
Randall W. Hanna Employment Experience Florida College System Chancellor of Florida College System. (2011 Present). Serves as Chancellor of Florida College System and Division of Florida Colleges. Provides
TAMMY J. MEYER 8828 Bergeson Dr. INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46278 Telephone: (317) 418-9182 Tammyjmeyer1964@gmail.com Education: Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis, Indiana Degree Awarded: Juris Doctorate,
CAROL BOYLES ANDERSON EDUCATION: DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Juris Doctor, 1980 DUKE UNIVERSITY B. A. in English, cum laude, 1975 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA - CHAPEL HILL CAROLINA SCHOOL OF BROADCASTING
WELCOMING REMARKS LGBT Law Section Shelly L. Skeen Blume, Faulkner, Skeen & Northam, PLLC Richardson Friday, June 27, 2014 8:25 a.m. 8:30 a.m. SHELLY L. SKEEN ATTORNEY - MEDIATOR - ARBITRATOR 111 W. SPRING
JACK WENIK member of the firm co-chair of the health care government investigations practice group SPECIALTY: AREAS OF EMPHASIS Health Care Fraud Internal Investigations Doctor Disciplinary Proceedings
NINA MARINO 9454 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 500 Beverly Hills, California 90212 Tel: (310) 557-0007 email@example.com EMPLOYMENT Partner, Kaplan Marino, PC Beverly Hills, California 1998-present Solo
Bankruptcy Nuts n Bolts Faculty Biographies Faculty Biographies Page 1 FACULTY CHAIRS GLORIA Z. NAGLER Nagler Law Group 206.224.3462 Gloria@naglerlaw.com GLORIA Z. NAGLER is the managing shareholder in
Oregon State Bar Judicial Voters Guide 2014 1) Full name: Michael A Greenlick 2) Office Address and Phone Number: Multnomah County Courthouse 1021 SW 4 th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 503-988-3214 3) Web site
Barbara N. Lyons, Esquire Curriculum Vitae The Farm 220 Farm Lane Doylestown, PA 18901 215-340-7655 PROFESSIONAL PROFILE/BIOGRAPHY Barbara N. Lyons, Esquire is a certified, skilled and experienced lawyer
C U R R I C U L U M VITAE M A R K E. ED WARDS A T TORNEY AT LAW Mark E. Edwards, Esq., CSB #68856 17822 17 th Street, Suite 205 Tustin CA 92780-2152 Telephone: (714)669-1487 Facsimile: (714)669-9304 Email:
30 N LaSalle Street Suite 1524 Chicago, IL 60602 Telephone: (312) 262 6700 Facsimile: (312) 262 6710 Attorneys at Law THE FIRM With over 40 years of combined litigation experience, Adria Mossing and Jim
RESUME OF MYLES L. BERMAN EDUCATION: J.D. - Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1979 B.A. - University of Illinois, 1976 PROFESSIONAL LICENSES: State Bar of Illinois, 1980 State Bar of California, 1987 Northern
CURRICULUM VITAE Edward H. Pappas PROFESSION: Attorney EMPLOYMENT: Chairman and Client Service Director, Dickinson Wright PLLC, 38525 Woodward Avenue, P.O. Box 509, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304 Partner
OFFICE INFORMATION CURRICULUM VITAE TAD THOMAS, ESQUIRE Revised: February 15, 2016 Thomas Law Offices, PLLC 9418 Norton Commons Blvd. Suite 200 Louisville, KY 40202 Phone: 877-955-7001 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. President Sensei Enterprises, Inc. 3975 University Dr., Suite 225 Fairfax, VA. 22030 703-359-0700 (Phone) 703-359-8434 (Fax) email@example.com (e-mail)
MICHAEL A. LANDRUM, J.D. AMERICORD, INC. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SERVICES AN AFFILIATE OF LANDRUM DOBBINS LLC 3235 Fernbrook Lane Plymouth, MN 55447 952.893.2300 Cell: 612.868.8730 Fax: 952.446.1386 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Information: Kenneth O. Simon email@example.com Phone: (205)250 6622 KENNETH O. SIMON Partner Ken Simon has more than 30 years experience as a judge and litigator. After law school graduation
Judicial Election Questionnaire - Judge version 1) Your full name: Youlee Yim You 2) Office Address and Phone Number: 1021 SW Fourth Ave., Portland, Oregon 97204 503-988-3404 3) Web site (if applicable):
RESUMÉ BOYD S. LEMON Attorney and member of the California Bar since 1966; member, Bar of the United States Supreme Court, various United States Courts of Appeals, United States District Courts and United
Curriculum Vitae MICHAEL S. KIRSCH Professor of Law Notre Dame Law School University of Notre Dame 3116 Eck Hall of Law 46556-4639 (574) 631-5582 firstname.lastname@example.org ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Notre Dame Law School,
2015 Oneida County Assigned Counsel School Presents CRIMINAL PRACTICE Friday, April 24, 2015 Sponsored by the Oneida County Bar Association In cooperation with the New York State Defenders Association,
PLEASE DETACH THIS FORM AND RETURN TO CLE STAFF AT THE END OF PROGRAM EVALUATION FORM In order for us to improve our continuing legal education programs, we need your input. Please complete this evaluation
Brian F. Spector BRIAN F. SPECTOR, LLC Post Office Box 566206 Miami, Florida 33256-6206 Tel 305.666.1664 Cell 305.613.5200 Fax 305.661.8481 email@example.com www.bspector.com EXPERIENCE BRIAN F. SPECTOR,
THOMAS B. HEFFELFINGER RESUME Personal Education Office: Best & Flanagan LLP 60 South Sixth Street, Suite 2700 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402-4690 Office Telephone: (612) 339-7121 Office Fax: (612) 339-5897
DANA KEITH COLE The University of Akron School of Law Office: (330) 972-7960 Akron, Ohio 44325 2901 Mobile phone: (937) 609-4169 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LAW SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1997 to present THE
1 EDWIN L. FELTER JR. Edwin L. Felter Jr. is the Senior Administrative Law Judge in the Colorado Office of Administrative Courts, 1998 present, as well as a respected advisor, professor, author, speaker,
Cynthia E. Jones Teaching Experience Assistant Professor of Law Fall 2004-present Visiting Professor 2002-2004 Courses: Evidence, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Race, Crime and Politics seminar George
Victoria Benson has been involved in a wide variety of litigation matters since her admission to the bar, including civil rights defense, toxic tort defense, construction, product liability, employment
Curriculum Vitae HERBERT V. LARSON, JR. Office: Tulane University School of Law Office: Schonekas, Winsberg, Evans & McGoey John Giffen Weinmann Hall, Room 259 D 650 Poydras Street, Suite 2105 6329 Freret
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Boston University: B.A., Magna Cum Laude with Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, 1976 Boston University School of Law: Juris Doctor, 1979; Boston University Law Review (Staff 1977-1978,
JOSE R. RODRIGUEZ Miami-Dade Community College, A.A., North Campus 72 U.C.F B.A., Communications 74 Florida State University, College of Law, J.D. 77 PERSONAL He was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba and came to
TERI CANNON Higher Education Consultant 1326 Curtis Street Berkeley, California 94702 Cell: 510-219-1977 email@example.com EDUCATION J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 1984 Dean's List, all years
CURRICULUM VITAE JOHN M. ALTON Experience: John M. Alton Co., L.P.A. 88 West Main Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 Owner:March 1, 1998 present Ray & Alton LLP Principal: March 1, 1994 February 28, 1998 Lane,
Wolf Law, Ltd. Address: 25 East Washington Street Telephone: (312) 548-9911 Suite 801 Facsimile: (312) 267-0165 Chicago, Illinois 60602 Website: www.wolflawltd.com The Firm Wolf Law, Ltd. is a full service
SUSAN ANN KOENIG, J.D., firstname.lastname@example.org 1266 South 13 th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68108 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Firm recognized with the 2015 Better Business Bureau s Integrity Award 2015 Greater
LYNN B. D'ORIO PO Box 1047 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 734-913-5660 email@example.com www.micriminaldefense.com EDUCATION CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS OF MICHIGAN, THOMAS M. COOLEY LAW SCHOOL, EAST LANSING,
Robert B. Remar Partner T: 404.420.4631 F: 404.230.0966 Assistant Susan Mathis T: 404.954.7526 firstname.lastname@example.org Education J.D., Boston College, 1974 B.A., University of Massachusetts, 1970 Bar Admissions
MARCIA CANAVAN, J.D., M.P.H. University of Connecticut School of Law 65 Elizabeth Street Hartford, Connecticut 06105 860-570-5133 email@example.com EXPERIENCE Academic Acting Director, Lawyering
Mary Ann Midden 2103 Rodney Drive, Champaign, IL 61821 (217)398-8655 (home); (217)333-9053 (work) firstname.lastname@example.org (work) email@example.com (home) EDUCATION University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;
EXPERIENCE: Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center 3305 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314 (954)262-6317 firstname.lastname@example.org Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 8, 2011 CHIEF JUSTICE KILBRIDE ANNOUNCES NEW E-BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR ILLINOIS COURTS Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas L. Kilbride announced Wednesday the formation
CURRICULUM VITAE THE HONORABLE JUDGE KIMBERLY S. TAYLOR State Bar Number: 9834 North Carolina Bar Association Number: 6006 Post Office Box 47 Statesville, North Carolina 28687 828.632.9269 (h) 704.878.8880
ALI-ABA Federal Sentencing Update After Kimbrough vs. The U. S. Presented in cooperation with CLE Options June 13, 2008 Live Video Webcast FACULTY PARTICIPANTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ix STUDY MATERIALS
CAROLYN C. LAVECCHIA Williamson Law LC 3415 Floyd Avenue Richmond, Virginia 23221 (804) 288-1661 Fax: (804) 282-1766 Email: email@example.com Website: www.wllc.com EDUCATION 1982-1985 T. C. Williams School of
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. President Sensei Enterprises, Inc. 3975 University Dr., Suite 225 Fairfax, VA. 22030 703-359-0700 (Phone) 703-359-8434 (Fax) firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail)
CARL E. FORSBERG Shareholder Main Phone: 206.689.8500 Direct Line: 206.689.8552 Email: email@example.com PRACTICE EMPHASIS AND EXPERIENCE Insurance Coverage and Analysis Environmental Coverage
18106 Brookwood Forest San Antonio, Texas 78258 Mobile: (210) 410-5519 A. EDUCATION St. Mary s University, San Antonio, Texas Bachelor of Arts, cum laude Member, Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic
2012 Annual Convention Family Law: Domestic Relations and Juvenile Case Law and Ethics Family Law Committee 2.0 General and 1.0 Ethics CLE Hours May 2-4, 2012 Cincinnati CONTRIBUTORS Hal R. Arenstein Arenstein
Robert A. Michalak (312) 565-8361 firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Michalak is singularly responsible for creating and growing our Employment and Benefits practice area after joining our firm more than
PAUL F. MILLUS, ESQ. Paul Millus is Of Counsel to Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. and practices in the Litigation and Employment Law Departments located in both Meyer Suozzi s Garden City, Long Island
Todd H. Bailey Frost Brown Todd, LLC 3300 Great American Tower 301 East Fourth Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 513.651.6746 direct email@example.com www.frostbrowntodd.com Let s have a slightly different
ValueSOLVE ADR Efficient. Effective. Affordable. Patrick R. Burns Lawyer, Arbitrator, Mediator Patrick.Burns@ ValueSolveADR.org 612-875-1022 Patrick Burns focuses his practice on ADR and civil litigation.