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Lori G Levin Profiled by Women’s Bar Association of Illinois

I am thrilled and honored to be profiled on the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois’ website for Member Monday Member Monday. Here is a link to the article: https://wbaillinois.org/member-monday-profile-lori-g-levin/ Lori G. Levin Attorney at Law 180 N. LaSalle #3700 Chicago, IL 60601 312-767-2356 [email protected]

Illinois State Bar Association’s Illinois Academy of Illinois Lawyers and the Laureate Award

Lori G. Levin is honored to have been named by the Illinois Academy of Lawyers as a 2017 Laureate Award winner. The Academy of Illinois Lawyers was founded in 1999. Its purpose is to enhance the honor and dignity of the bar of Illinois by recognizing lawyers who personify the greatness of the legal profession. […]

Recipe for Change Expands Inmate Cooking Program

Earlier this year, I wrote about a great prisoner re-entry program https://www.lorilevinlaw.com/blog/local-chef-cooks-up-detainee-re-entry-program/ where Chef Bruno Abate is teaching Cook County Jail inmates how to cook. According to a recent Chicago Tribune story, the program has expanded. The inmate chefs cook and sell pizza to other inmates to help fund the program. https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chicagoinc/ct-pizza-in-jail-0510-chicago-inc-20170509-story.html Lori G. Levin […]

Lori G Levin Chosen for Leadership Positions Within Illinois State Bar Association

I am honored to have been appointed Vice-Chair of the Women and the Law Committee of the Illinois State Bar Association for 2017-2018. I have also been appointed to continue my work on the Illinois State Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section. Being active in the bar association allows me to give back to the profession […]

Lori G. Levin Informs Other Lawyers How to Pursue DCFS Administrative Appeals

Recently, I spoke at an Illinois State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education program on Pursuing a DCFS Administrative Appeal. I provided case law and tips to other attorneys who are interested in successfully representing their clients when they are indicated by the Department of Children and Family Services for allegations of abuse or neglect. It […]

Women and the Law Committee Celebrates Lori G. Levin Becoming a Laureate

I am so grateful for the support of the fabulous Standing Committee on Women and the Law of the Illinois State Bar Association. The Committee nominated me for the Illinois Academy of Lawyers’ Laureate Award, attended the ceremony and celebrated with me afterwards. https://www.isba.org/committees/women/newsletter/2017/05/photosofourmembers?no_cache=1492516300https://www.isba.org/committees/women/newsletter/2017/05/photosofourmembers?no_cache=1492516300 Lori G. Levin Attorney at Law 180 N. LaSalle, Suite 3700 […]

Lori G Levin, Criminal Defense Attorney, Featured by Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism

I am thrilled to have been featured by the Illinois Supreme Court’s Commission on Professionalism 2Civility site. To read the spotlight, please go to https://www.2civility.org/lori-levin-lori-g-levin-attorney-law/. Lori G. Levin Attorney at Law 180 N. LaSalle, Suite 3700 Chicago, IL 60601 312-797-2356 [email protected] www.lorilevinlaw.com

Lori G. Levin honored as a 2017 Laureate Award Winner

Recently, Lori G. Levin was inducted as a member of the Illinois Academy of Lawyers Class of 2017 Laureate Award winners. The Academy honors lawyers who have established and maintained the highest principles of the profession. To learn more about the Laureate Award, please see https://www.isba.org/awards/laureates. For more about Lori G. Levin and the other […]

Lori G. Levin to Join 2017 Class of Laureate Award Winners

I am humbled and honored to have been chosen as a member of the Academy of Illinois Lawyers’ Class of Laureates for 2017. I am very  grateful to have been nominated and selected to join an incredible group of outstanding attorneys. This is the information that is listed on the Illinois State Bar Association’s announcement […]

United State Supreme Court Allows Attack of Jury Verdict Where Juror Demonstrated Racial Bias

Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled that a jury verdict can be attacked by a showing that one or more jurors exhibited overt racial bias casting serious doubt on the fairness and impartiality of the jury’s deliberations. In Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado (No. 15-606), https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/16pdf/15-606_886b.pdf, the Court ruled that the case intersected the Court’s decisions […]

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