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LLSA Alumni Spotlight, focusing on the university's law school graduates, used its August 2020 edition call attention to three alums.

As part of the Del Galdo Law Group’s long-term commitment to progressive employment practices and a welcoming workplace environment for both our staff and our clients, the firm has created a new post of Director of Diversity & Inclusion.

A Cook County Circuit Court Judge granted a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) forcing City View MultiCare Center to adhere to the state’s Executive Order on combatting the coronavirus, and rejected motions by City View, the Illinois Department of Public Health and Gov. Pritzker to move past multiple violations cited by the Town of Cicero’s Emergency Operations Committee.

A national legal magazine is out with its 2020 list of best Illinois lawyers and tapped six Chicago-area attorneys as the state's "super" local government lawyers, including Chicagoland attorney Michael Del Galdo.

Legislation sitting on Governor JB Pritzker's desk, which would give local Illinois school boards an extra two-weeks - from 45 days to 60 days - to fill unexpected board vacancies, would benefit the board member replacement process, according to a long-time suburban Cook County school board attorney.

Legislation under consideration in Springfield that would allow municipalities to impose their own local, 3¢ per gallon gas tax is being welcomed as a tool for struggling communities to rebuilding their local economies.

Suburban Cook County voters overwhelming like the quality of their water pumped into their homes but a plurality think that the price is too high, according to a new survey.

Half of suburban Cook County voters dismiss claims by some political leaders that immigrants are criminal threats to their communities, according to a new survey.

Half of suburban Cook County voters dismiss claims by some political leaders that immigrants are criminal threats to their communities, according to a new survey.

A recent appellate court ruling in a case involving voting rights in a south suburb might have national implications in future legal fights over gerrymandering and fairness in the electoral process.