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The Chicago Council of Lawyers allows the downloading of all or any portion of A Directory of State Judges in Chicago, Ninth Edition without charge. We ask for your email address for the sole purpose of keeping you informed about our activities. You may purchase a printed version by sending a check or money order for $20 per copy, made out to “Chicago Council of Lawyers” to:

Chicago Council of Lawyers
750 N. Lake Shore Dr. 4th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611

The Chicago Council of Lawyers is the public interest bar association that promotes a fair, efficient and effective legal system, using judicial evaluations, amicus curiae briefs, publications, seminars and investigations of agencies and courts. The Council offers all lawyers an opportunity to work with other dedicated lawyers in promoting the highest standards of the legal profession and in serving the public interest.

The Council began evaluating state court and federal district court judges in 1970. We evaluate state court candidates seeking to fill judicial vacancies on the Circuit Court of Cook County. We also evaluate sitting Cook County Circuit Court judges seeking retention. In addition, the Council evaluates First District candidates for the Illinois Supreme Court and the Illinois Appellate Court.

In this Directory of State Judges in Chicago, we have utilized Council judicial evaluations from 1986 to the present. We have included information about the Circuit Judges in Cook County, the Associate Judges in Cook County, as well as Supreme Court and Appellate Court Justices from the First District. Judicial assignments listed in the Directory are current as of March 2011.

For more information, you may contact Executive Director Malcolm Rich at 312-988-6552 or at malcolmrich@chicagocouncil.org.

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