Skills for time and case management, marketing, and communication with clients and other professionals are something usually learned only by working in a law office.
Laken Tomlinson credits a Chicago-area family with introducing him to football and the importance of academics. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Attorney Matthew Willens said law school still attracts many of the brightest minds, but the jobs simply don’t exist.
A Naperville lawyer has filed a lawsuit against a man who wrote a bad review of him on Google Plus.
Kathleen Niew, who operated Niew Legal Partners in Oak Brook, was arrested Thursday at her office and charged with 10 counts of wire fraud,
Donald Grady, the chief of police for Northern Illinois University, was fired Tuesday, five years after he was praised as a hero for his reaction to a mass shooting on campus.
Chicago’s higher education graduates in some fields do better than others. Find out who’s earning the most.
Famed Chicago attorney Philip Corboy has died at the age of 87.
A lawyer is accused of taking his clients’ money and leaving them high and dry, as he tried to decide whether to party in Chicago or California.
Sunday marked one month behind bars for Rod Blagojevich, and his attorney, Aaron Goldstein, says the deposed governor is fully entrenched behind bars.
One of the men in an experimental plane that crashed into a grocery store Florida Monday was an attorney from Aurora.
Attorneys for accused killer Drew Peterson are trying to find ways to make sure their case does not get sabotaged by jurors using the Internet.
An attorney for the husband of a missing Plainfield mother Lisa Stebic is taking his own client to court.
There could soon be two movie adaptations of the book written by serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s lawyer.
Former Rod Blagojevich attorney Sam Adam Jr. still maintains that if all the tapes of wiretapped conversations had been played at trial, the outcome would have been different.
A Des Plaines attorney got a different view of the justice system as he spent the night in the Cook County Jail last week.
A Sycamore attorney appeared in court this week on charges of prostitution.
If attorney Fred Benjamin had his way, all facilities that allow people to use motorized wheelchairs would also implement a certain set of safety measures — speed limits, crosswalks and traffic monitors.