Please take a look at the below. The real questions is whether these transcripts adequately reflect the proper respect for the First Amendment of the US Constitution and the right of attorneys to blog about troubles and issues they find in the court system to 1) warn the public; 2) inform the public; 3) discuss the law as it relates to the layperson, litigants and family members or 4) whether these topics should be strictly regulated by the IARDC, an organization which itself does 1) no ethics reporting as demanded by the Illinois Ethics Act; or 2) reporting on the salaries of all attorneys, supervisors and managers as do 99% of the other State of Illinois agencies so that there is accounting and transparency in this State agency.
The Transcripts from Hearing days 1 to 4
Let me know your thoughts Let the IARDC know your thoughts. Note the IARDC does not take tax payer funds, but is funded from the annual registration fees paid by the lawyers themselves as reported in the 2012 ARDC Annual Report which is available on their website at http://www.iardc.org. Note that while these are not taxpayer funds, they are still public funds, or payments entrusted to a public state agency for the benefit of the citizens of the State of Illinois to protect the public from incompetent and unscrupulous lawyers.
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