How To Not Throw Away Your Shot at Appeal: Protecting and Preserving the Record for Review LIVE Webcast
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*Eligibility to earn MCLE credit for this program expires two years from the program date below; therefore, attorneys must view and certify credit within this two-year period. This expiration date is applicable for all formats.
Presented by the ISBA Administrative Law Section and the Illinois Association of Administrative Law Judges
Co-sponsored by the ISBA Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities & the Law
Don’t miss this informative seminar that provides an in-depth review of what is necessary to protect and preserve a record for review. Administrative law judges, litigators, and attorneys with intermediate practice experience who either preside, practice before, or work for regulatory agencies, municipal or county departments of administrative hearings who attend this seminar will better understand:
The steps necessary to protect and preserve the record for review;
The need for the administrative law judge to inform pro se litigants of their rights and the steps that will be followed at hearing;
How an administrative law judge can ensure an adequate record of the proceedings;
Why an attorney should not rely on general objections to preserve and protect the record;
Why an attorney should not neglect to make an offer of proof;
And much more.
Program Coordinator: Hon. Yolaine M. Dauphin, Administrative Law Judge, City of Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings
Program Co-Coordinator: Hon. Laura Parry, Administrative Law Judge, City of Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings
Program Moderator: Hon. Patricia Jackowiak, Chief Administrative Law Judge and Director, City of Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings