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July 27, 2022
If you’ve ever had an opposing counsel threaten you with filing a disciplinary complaint or criminal charges, you’ve probably wondered if opposing counsel crossed an ethical line. » Read More.
Reporting CLE Compliance - Visit MCLE Board Website
The MCLE completion deadline for Illinois attorneys with last names beginning with letters A-M is June 30, 2022. Compliance reports must be made directly to the MCLE Board by July 31, 2022. For general MCLE information and FAQs, to report compliance, or to review MCLE credits earned from August 2019 and forward, visit the MCLE Board website.
Available Now – PMBR (2022-2023) Self-Assessment Program
On May 16, 2022, the ARDC released a new PMBR Self-Assessment Program on its Online Learning Portal. Pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 756(e), Illinois lawyers in private practice who do not maintain malpractice insurance are required to complete this approximately four-hour Program as a 2023 attorney registration requirement. In addition, all Illinois lawyers can complete the entire Program, or any module within the Program, for up to four hours of free MCLE professional responsibility credit. Learn more about the PMBR (2022-2023) Program and get started today!
2021 Year in Review: Highlights of the 2021 Annual Report of the ARDC
Around May 1 of each year, the ARDC submits its annual report to the Court chronicling all ARDC activities and initiatives during the prior year, as well as an accounting of ARDC’s finances. The 2021 Annual Report of the ARDC provides a comprehensive, statistical snapshot of the legal profession in Illinois. Read More.
Just Released – 2021 ARDC Annual Report and Highlights.
New year, new beginning? Practice transitions in 2022
February 25, 2022
Whether it’s called the Big Quit, the Great Retirement or even the Career Rethink, the pandemic has certainly caused more of us to consider (reconsider) changes in our personal and professional lives. Learn more about the basics of winding down a law practice or leaving a law firm to join another.