Samuel Partida, Jr., Instructor
Approved Professional Responsibility Credt.
Click below to discover how some Illinois criminal law attorneys find the time to stay sharp in court without sacrificing their family time. (Note: This download has been approved for 1-hour of ethics CLE.) How to be great in court, stay sharp, and stay in-the-loop on the latest developments AND still be home on time for dinner. Here's a little help with finding that proper work-life balance...
You ever wonder how some lawyers stay on top of it all and still somehow make it home for dinner? To discover their secret and learn how to explode your litigation game with minimal time investment hit the button below. (It's possible. I promise.)
“t’s awesome. In the sense that...you know for us criminal lawyers, it’s not so much what the answer is, it’s what the issues are...It’s really invaluable to be able to share everything, and that’s basically what he’s doing for all of us, and what we’re all trying to do for each other."
Francis Baumgart - Chair of CBA Criminal Law Committee
"Thinking about the cases and the broader issues is something I do more often. It’s a great sounding board for the issues and the cases. It keeps the current cases accessible and in the forefront of my mind. It’s been the easiest way I’ve found to stay current with the cases."
Paul Meyers - Criminal Law Attorney Cook County
“Approximately 2 years ago I came across IllinoisCaseLaw.com. I found it to be so entertaining and interesting both at the same time...I strongly recommend it to Illinois criminal lawyers. The cost is minimal compared to the freedom that it could save a client.”
Steve Decker - Illinois Criminal Law Attorney Cook County
"I'm convinced audio learning is going to play a big role in preparing lawyers for what's to come."
Samuel Partida, Jr. - Criminal Law Podcaster
Meet the mastermind behind the podcast.
Samuel Partida, Jr.
I'm a criminal law attorney out of Kane County. It's no secret I've been looking for a small band of "tough-minded, case-law-driven" litigators.
“I've been podcasting on the Illinois criminal law for several years now, and I've picked up a few insights I'd like to share with my colleagues.”