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DuPage County Chapter Justinian Society Of Lawyers
The purpose and objectives of this Society of Italian American lawyers are to foster a spirit of friendship through social and professional interactions; to continue to improve the legal education of our members; to render mutual aid and assistance to our members; to promote the general welfare of our members by improvement of the practice of the law; and to participate in civic and community affairs so as to insure the proper administration of justice.
Chicago Bar Mediation Service
The CBA Mediation Service is designed to provide mediations that are efficient, effective, economical, and fair. The parties, who must be represented by counsel, can expect a high chance of resolution while negotiating in a safe environment with an experienced CBA mediator. Our mediators are CBA members with at least ten years of practice experience and they must have completed a comprehensive mediation training course. The Mediation Service is structured to meet the needs of a wide-range of clients in areas such as personal injury, family law, commercial, subrogation, real estate and others. Parties can resolve their disputes before or after a court filing with a CBA mediator.
National College for DUI Defense
Members of the NCDD are the most experienced DUI defense attorneys in the United States and Canada. Regardless of your location, we can connect you with a lawyer who can help you understand the drunk driving laws in your state or province and work with you to determine your best options for defense.
DuPage Association of Women Lawyers
The DuPage Association of Women Lawyers (D.A.W.L.) was formed in 1980 when the Honorable Helen C. Kinney, DuPage County's first female Assistant States Attorney and first female Judge, called the small number of women then practicing law in the county into her courtroom for a gathering. The Association formally incorporated in the year 1982 and has grown into an organization of women and men, lawyers and non-lawyers, who reside and work throughout Northern Illinois. The Association is large enough to have an active voice in the community, yet small enough to ensure the close connection between its members.