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Survey of Illinois Law: Statutory Damage Exclusions
The Illinois General Assembly may limit damages for certain claims by setting caps or by recognizing exclusions for certain or all damages via no duty or immunity statutes. Caps have been successfully challenged on separation ...
The Legislative Veto in Illinois: Why JCAR Review of Agency Rulemaking is Unconstitutional
This Article argues that legislative vetoes of administrative agency rulemaking in Illinois are unlawful under the state’s constitution. It focuses on the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (“JCAR”), a bipartisan ...
The Birth of the Movement to Prohibit the Unauthorized Practice of Law
(Quinnipiac Law Review, 2018)
Despite its omnipresence in the field, there is no comprehensive history of the legal profession's effort to prohibit the unauthorized practice of law ("UPL"), by persons or entities who do not have a license to engage in ...