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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
Scrambling to assist Afghan refugees
As the Afghanistan crisis persists, local immigration attorneys are working furiously to ensure refugees safe, legal passage into the United States.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Cook County addresses extended website outage
The website of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County has been down nearly two weeks after an incident caused it to begin software and security updates.
Law Bulletin staff
Springfield wrapup: What the Illinois legislature did in special session
SPRINGFIELD — Democrats in the General Assembly pushed through a new set of legislative maps during a one-day special session this week, although the process they used sparked the ire of Republicans and voting rights advocates alike.
Capitol News Illinois
Still here: Legal panel tackles current, future remote work issues
After 18 months of remote work, with returns to offices seeming uncertain, legal professionals are aiming to define and address the impacts on the workplace.
Suit over hijab removal gets go-ahead
A Muslim woman who alleges correctional officers at the Cook County Jail forced her to remove her hijab and then took booking photos of her has stated a claim for a violation of her religious rights, a federal judge held Thursday.
Diversity class is now in session at Loyola School of Law
Loyola University School of Law is offering an accredited class on diversity and equity within the legal profession this fall, diving into a topic that’s drawing increased attention in legal education.
Web tracking ruled not a search
Federal agents did not violate the Fourth Amendment when they used electronic devices to discover the addresses of websites visited by a man suspected and later convicted in a series of cyberattacks on W.W. Grainger, a federal appeals court held.
Illinois extends eviction moratorium to mid-September
Gov. J.B. Pritzker extended Illinois’ eviction moratorium until mid-September through an executive order issued Aug. 20.