Friday, April 09, 2021

Illinois Bar Foundation to host "Virtual Authors' Q&A" on April 28

To be clear, both Appellate Court Justice David Ellis and Chicago attorney Christie Tate are actual authors; they will merely be appearing virtually for this one-hour Q&A, sponsored by the Illinois Bar Foundation, on Wednesday April 28, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. John McNally, the Managing Editor of Chicago Lawyer, will moderate the event.

Tickets for the program are priced at $25 apiece. For $40, attendees gain access to the program and a copy of either Tate's memoir, Group, or Ellis' latest offering (with James Patterson), The Red Book (Patterson usually gets top billing but he is not a member of the Illinois Bar). For $50, attendees can get copies of both books.

Sponsorships are available (Gold - $1,000, Silver - $500.00, or Bronze - $250). For more information about tickets or sponsorships, click here and follow the links. Proceeds of this virtual event benefit the charitable programs of the Illinois Bar Foundation. Ticket purchases, donations, and sponsorships of this event are 100% tax deductible. For questions concerning the event, or more information, contact Jessie Reeves at (312) 920-4681.

The Illinois Bar Foundation was established in 1951. Its initial commitment was to provide aid to deserving members of the Illinois Bar who, because of age or infirmity, could no longer provide for their own care or support. Since then, the Foundation has expanded its scope to ensure meaningful access to the justice system, especially for those with limited means, and to assist lawyers who can no longer support themselves due to incapacity. For more about the IBF's mission, click here.


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See you all very soon.

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