Sent out to the largest firms in Chicago at the beginning of the year, we polled Big Law on everything from square footage to office size to whether they provided their attorneys places to breastfeed or work out. Here’s what they said.
As the Trump administration continues to loosen federal regulatory oversight, in particular those that protect consumers, what should banking and finance legal professionals be paying attention to?
These days, we’ve gone from newsprint to glossy, tabloid to magazine and focused on the trends, technology, people and places that make law hum in Chicago. As many 40-year-olds do, we’re looking back. Here’s where we were at 10, 20 and 30.
Former commercial litigator Jan Feldman, who left Seattle-based Perkins Coie to take up the mantle of executive director for Lawyers for the Creative Arts (LCA) in 2014, talks about the necessity of the organization’s purpose and what matters it focuses on these days.
Before she finished law school, Chapman and Cutler associate Sara Ghadiri’s passion project was helping survivors of domestic violence. Through that passion — and her experience staffing the help desk at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago’s Legal Aid Online — an idea to propose a bill was born.
At the new Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard offices, change comes in details big and small. Many of those changes are designed to engage your senses as soon as you arrive on the 47th floor at 161 N. Clark St.
Women in Law 2018Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the 2018 Women in Law special section.