This month’s CBA Record looks at issues regarding Cook County elections, Attorney-Client privilege, and the importance of civility in the profession. Have you ever wondered what it takes for a judicial candidate to get their name on the top of this ballot? Election expert Albert J. Klumpp takes a deep dive into the inner-workings of the Cook County elections process and the policy and procedural mechanisms at play. Paul C. Meyers writes about the what has changed and what hasn’t regarding Attorney-Client privilege in the era of Twitter and Trump. And Jayne Reardon of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism speaks to the tone that lawyers set with regards to civility, our role in society, and the differences between civility and politeness.
All this and more can be found at https://user-35215390377.cld.bz/CBA-Record-November-2018