Stop scoreboard watching

As I was sifting through the Chicago Lawyer and Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s archives and reading up on Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lisa Holder White, I was struck by how much legal history she has made in Illinois.In January 2013, after 11 years as a judge, Holder White became the first Black judge to take the oath and sit on the Fourth District Appellate Court.She told the Daily Law …

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