The Shiller Preyar Law Offices are dedicated to social justice issues on a local scale in the Chicagoland area as well as on a national scale. Our blog is a useful space to keep up with current legal news, firm updates and upcoming events.
You see flashing lights. You see the blue and white car behind you. You aren’t sure what to do. You had a couple beers earlier. You don’t have a driver’s license or insurance. As you pull over, you decide to be cooperative, and maybe the cop will give you a break. Right?
From April 1 - April 12, 2013, Chastidy Burns in conjunction with the Black Women Lawyers Association Community Service Committee will be conducting a clothing drive to benefit Dress for Success, NFP.
Want to access a searchable database of Chicago Police Department rules and policies?
Take a look at this interesting spreadsheet that lists all the camera locations in the city, obtained from the city per a FOIA request.
From WBEZ: "The former head of security at a popular downtown Chicago nightclub says he was fired for speaking out against racial discrimination." Attorney Brendan Shiller speaks with WBEZ's Natalie Moore about the case.
Shiller Preyar wins all three civil rights trials against the City of Chicago in the summer of 2012.
The Shiller*Preyar Law Offices welcomes our newest attorney, Chris Bergin. Chris specializes in immigration law and will bring his expertise to existing and future Shiller*Preyar clients.
We are thrilled to welcome Chris aboard!
I recently talked with George Blaise, host of 26 N Halsted on WCIU-TV about why you should be an informed voter in the upcoming election - especially in the races for judge.
Election Day is March 20th. Check your voter registration status, find your polling place or download a sample ballot at the Chicago Board of Elections.
The interview starts at 14:55, about two-thirds into the video.
A House Music Party for the Lil' Sis Expo will be hosted by Shiller Preyar on the evening of February 4th, 2012.
Here is a radical cost-savings proposal that will reduce the size of the government, even the playing field, accommodate tort reform, and should be supported by everyone.