Law firms were forced to adjust to a new work-from-home normal. Now, most are thriving because of it.
Results from this year’s Chicago Lawyer Firm Office Space survey reveal that 11 of 45 respondents (24.4%) reported they were considering some form of office restructuring — be it a full move, renovation or both.
“Cybersecurity is really a journey,” said Ruth Hill Bro, special advisor to the American Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force. “It never ends.”
Don’t call this a final career act for Andie Kramer. After 30 years at McDermott Will & Emery, she felt it was the right time to fly solo and launched ASKramer in early 2023. And if business is good, she might not be on her own for much longer.
Michael Wilder has many titles. Attorney, shareholder and chairman of the board of directors at Littler law firm are just a few. He’s also an author, board-game designer, artist and art curator.
A 69-year-old woman was exercising in an open area at a fitness facility in Oswego when she “collapsed, stopped breathing and lost her pulse and circulation,” according to the complaint. Fellow fitness members tried to resuscitate her and employees at the facility were made aware that she needed medical assistance as fellow patrons shouted to employees to help her. Eight minutes passed before an automated external defibrillator (AED) was administered to the woman.
40 Under Forty 2022Congratulations to this year's 40 Under Forty class of attorneys.
Salute! Women in Law 2022Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the 2022 Salute! Women in Law special section.