Dear Section Member:
Last fall, we launched GP|Solo Law Trends & News, a new member service. At that time, I told you this e-newsletter would be published quarterly and would be a product of articles, checklists, valuable practice information, practical tips and information from each of our substantive practice areas in the Section. I am very pleased to attach the fourth and final edition for the 2004 – 2005 bar year. This e-newsletter has been very warmly received by the members of the Section and we have received many notes and emails about this addition to the Section's on-line publications.
Like the previous 3 issues, this newsletter contains many timely articles, checklists and practical tips on topics of importance to our members. We hope they are helpful to you in your daily practice. I strongly urge each of you to take a few moments to read the wonderful work here. Of course, they are yours to download and keep as a reference for the future. And, as in the past, you can either download specific articles or you may download the entire newsletter by clicking the pdf link located below and read all of them at a later time when you are away from your computer.
There are many Section members integrally involved in putting this e-newsletter together. However, the individual member-volunteer that has taken the responsibility of coordinating the entire effort of making sure this publication is in fact produced on a timely basis is Jim Schwartz from Chicago. Without Jim, the quality and timeliness of this publication would have easily faltered. I publicly thank him for producing this new publication for the Section. Also, without the hard work and assistance of the Practice Area Coordinators and each of the E-Newsletter editors, none of this would have been possible and I thank each of them very much. Thanks also goes to Doug Knapp and the other staff members for their hard work in making this project such a success this year.
I hope each of you have had as much enjoyment in reading the Law Trends articles this year as I have. It will return next year and I know it will continue to be as informative as it was this year. If you are interested in either writing an article for the fall issue or coordinating the behind the scene action of producing a newsletter or are interested in getting involved in any way, please contact Jim Schwartz, Law Trend's editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jim can direct you to the proper editor if you would like to submit an article to be considered for publication in one of these newsletters or help you get involved in publishing it. I know that Jim is always seeking new writers and is willing to work with volunteers in submitting articles and working on the newsletter. Also, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions about this issue or other things you would like to see in the future, please contact Jim or me.
Lastly, let me thank all the readers who have either commented on our work or those who just sit quietly and read the newsletter. I have come to know many of you over the years and I look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting in Chicago later this week. For those of you that I have not yet met, please feel free to introduce yourself to me…..and if you are near the Sheraton Towers, please stop by the Chair’s Suite and say hello.
Lee S. Kolczun, Chair