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  • IICLE: Planning Opportunities and Challenges with the New Illinois Directed Trust Statute

    04.20.2013 1 0

    Continuing Legal Education

    IICLE: Planning Opportunities and Challenges with the New Illinois Directed Trust Statute

    The New Illinois Directed Trust Statute amends the Illinois Trusts & Trustees Act to clarify the roles of each of the parties involved in the administration of a trust and establishes communication between the parties. In an exclusive interview with financial professionals, Pam Lucina of J.P. Morgan Private Bank and Fred Weber of The Northern Trust Company, Patrick Nugent discusses the opportunities and challenges the new statute creates for estate planners. Lucina and Weber are co-presenting the session on "Practical Considerations for Directed under the new Illinois Directed Statute" at IICLE's 56th Annual Estate Planning Short Course on April 23-24 at the Hilton Chicago and on May 2-3 at the Hilton Garden Inn Champaign/Urbana. Visit www.iicle.com/epsc13/ for more information. Additional notes about the video: ? Fred's description is too long between 2:43 and 5:39. I would edit out some of his redundant phrases like: "on the administration side" or "some of these roles are being defined." ? You could also shave off some of Patrick's opening or closing statements. He restates IICLE's mission twice?it would be great to have a shorter intro and keep his three points at the end. IICLE® is a 501 © (3) not-for-profit educational corporation located in both Springfield and Chicago, Illinois. Since 1961, IICLE® has supported the professional development of attorneys through Illinois-focused practice guidance. IICLE® coordinates a large network of volunteers to provide practical, peer-based education through seminars and user-friendly practice handbooks. Disclaimer: Nothing on this site constitutes legal advice from IICLE. For Terms and Conditions for use of this video, see www.iicle.com.

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  • A Race To Vote + More: ShowCourse CLE

    04.20.2013 2 0

    Continuing Legal Education

    A Race To Vote + More: ShowCourse CLE

    Did the election of President Obama in 2008 signify that the rights granted in the Fifteenth Amendment and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 are safe from erosion and finally guaranteed for all Americans regardless of race? Or, as a nation, are we still struggling to implement voting rights without bias or prejudice? What is the significance of voter-identification bills pending in 32 states? How will redistricting efforts impact voters in November and beyond? This course explores the issue of racial bias in the legislation, administration, and adjudication of American voting rights. Inspiring this discussion is Christopher Hampton's world-premiere play Appomattox, a historic retrospective of the end of the Civil war and the signing of the Voting Rights Act. Appomattox centers on both the end of the Civil War in 1865 and the shooting of a 26-year-old Civil Rights protestor in 1965. Jimmie Lee Jackson was shot by an Alabama state trooper as he sought to peacefully protest for civil rights. The legal system took 42 years to bring the state trooper, James Fowler, to justice, charging him with murder in 2007. He served six months. A facilitated panel discussion of legal experts will be led by readings of scenes from Appomattox by Guthrie actors. Attorneys can learn more about getting credit for this course at http://showcourse.com/project/a-race-to-vote/

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  • California CLE: Richard Godfried on Communication

    04.20.2013 4 0

    Continuing Legal Education

    California CLE: Richard Godfried on Communication

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  • Thomson Reuters Legal

    04.20.2013 7 0

    Continuing Legal Education

    Thomson Reuters Legal

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  • Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism

    04.20.2013 6 0

    Continuing Legal Education

    Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism

    Welcome to the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism (ILSCCP). We are here to facilitate change for the better in legal and judicial systems. We invite you to join us.

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  • Lawline CLE

    04.20.2013 47 2

    Continuing Legal Education

    Lawline CLE

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