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  • (lawyer) a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
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  • A person who practices or studies law; an attorney or a counselor
  • A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.
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  • Illinois (in official postal use)
  • Illinois: a midwestern state in north-central United States
  • forty-nine: being nine more than forty
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lawyers in il - Bittersweet Homecoming
Bittersweet Homecoming (Lawyers in Love, Book Two)
Bittersweet Homecoming (Lawyers in Love, Book Two)
Book 2 in the Lawyers in Love seriesOne hot weekend eight years ago was all they had before Gray was captured on assignment and presumed dead. Andi moved on, made a good life for herself and their son…until Gray returned, a battered warrior but still the powerful dominant who'd spoiled her for other lovers.Gray wants Andi desperately, but he dares not love her until she teaches him it's his mind and heart—not a perfect body—that makes him her perfect mate.Review quotes for Bittersweet Homecoming by Ann JacobsBLUE RIBBON RATING 5!"Grab hold of your seat because Ann Jacobs takes you on an emotional roller coaster...an extraordinary story that pulls you in till the very end."~Bea Sigman, Romance Junkies4 ? stars!"...beautiful story, about acceptance and growth, with a strong and loving sexual relationship... Definitely not to be missed."~Sara Sawyer, The Romance Studio"...a great read...for a BDSM beginner, as the domination aspects are fairly mild. But don't be fooled! The sex is nothing short of hot. Gray's physical limitations, combined with his dominant nature, provide some very creative and sensual scenes."~Laci Grey, Just Erotic Romance Reviews Newsletter

Book 2 in the Lawyers in Love seriesOne hot weekend eight years ago was all they had before Gray was captured on assignment and presumed dead. Andi moved on, made a good life for herself and their son…until Gray returned, a battered warrior but still the powerful dominant who'd spoiled her for other lovers.Gray wants Andi desperately, but he dares not love her until she teaches him it's his mind and heart—not a perfect body—that makes him her perfect mate.Review quotes for Bittersweet Homecoming by Ann JacobsBLUE RIBBON RATING 5!"Grab hold of your seat because Ann Jacobs takes you on an emotional roller coaster...an extraordinary story that pulls you in till the very end."~Bea Sigman, Romance Junkies4 ? stars!"...beautiful story, about acceptance and growth, with a strong and loving sexual relationship... Definitely not to be missed."~Sara Sawyer, The Romance Studio"...a great read...for a BDSM beginner, as the domination aspects are fairly mild. But don't be fooled! The sex is nothing short of hot. Gray's physical limitations, combined with his dominant nature, provide some very creative and sensual scenes."~Laci Grey, Just Erotic Romance Reviews Newsletter

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IL Woodford CH- Metamora (7)
IL Woodford CH- Metamora (7)
nrhp # 78001203- The Metamora Courthouse State Historic Site is a historic American courthouse located in Metamora, Illinois, the former county seat of Woodford County. The courthouse was built in 1845 as the governmental center for Woodford County and as a circuit court for the former Illinois Eighth Circuit. The courthouse is best known for being one of only two surviving Illinois circuit courthouses where future U.S. President Abraham Lincoln practiced law. Surviving records from Eighth Circuit courthouses such as Metamora show that Lincoln and his colleagues practiced general, unspecialized law. They served as criminal defense counsel, handled divorce and family-law cases, oversaw the passage of estates through probate, and were available to handle a wide variety of civil suits and disputes. Lincoln handled more than 70 cases here, including two murders and two cases of fugitives from slavery. Lincoln's law firm, Lincoln & Herndon, in which he practiced with his partner William Herndon, consisted of only two lawyers. It was based in Springfield, Illinois, and Lincoln was the circuit partner, traveling from county seat to county seat throughout the Eighth Circuit when the circuit court was in session. Researchers have found more than 70 Woodfood County circuit court cases handled by Mr. Lincoln from 1845 through 1858. In these travels, Lincoln made friends all over central Illinois. These ties served him well in 1858 when he ran for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Stephen A. Douglas. Although Lincoln lost this race, his oratory led to his gaining national attention and the nomination in 1860 as the candidate for president of the U.S. Republican Party. Lincoln's speechmaking skills served him well as candidate and as president. These skills were honed as a trial lawyer in circuit courtrooms like this one. After Lincoln's election to the presidency in 1860, the Metamora courthouse continued its service until Woodford County voters moved the county seat from Metamora to Eureka, Illinois in 1896. The historic former courthouse served as a community center from 1896 until 1921; plays and movies were shown here, and community organizations used the hall as a meeting place. Starting in 1921, the former courthouse was restored as a local museum and memorial to the profession of law in early Illinois. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. It is operated by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. The Metamora Courthouse has two floors, with the first floor serving as a museum of local history and Illinois frontier law, and the second floor restored to its 1850s appearance as the county courtroom and adjacent judicial chambers. The Courthouse is one of only two Illinois circuit courthouses in which Lincoln practiced law that are standing on their original foundations. The other is the Mount Pulaski Courthouse State Historic Site. from Wikipedia
Faculty of 1908 - The John Marshall Law School, Chicago IL
Faculty of 1908 - The John Marshall Law School, Chicago IL
Looking back upon John Marshall's founding, Edward T. Lee paid special tribute to one man, Stephen S. Greggory. Wrote Lee: "[I]t is not too much to say that without the strength and influence of his name and example, the School might never have had an existence, or at best a far less effective one." Later Lee wrote that Greggory was a "prince of men and lawyers, who continued a member of the Faculty till his death in 1920, and to whom the existence and the continuance of the School owed more than to any other man." Pictured in this photo (from top-left): Row 1: B.F. Langworthy, Hon. Arba N. Waterman (Dean), Hon. W. E. Church Row 2: R.E.P. Kline, Hon. E. O. Brown, Hon. J. G. Jenkins, K. H. Addington Row 3: R. E. Wilson, Edward T. Lee (Secretary), M. S. Cressy Row 4: L. L. Mills, W. H. Dyrenforth Row 5: O. L. Wolff, Stephen. S. Greggory, F. H. McCulloch Row 6: R. W. Millar, G. F. Rush, L. A. Stebbins, G. Packard Row 7: C. E. Cleveland, G. E. Chipman, E. D. Brothers Row 8: M. A. Mergentheim, H. J. Friedman, R. G. Macdonald, O. Cameron

lawyers in il
lawyers in il
BoonieRats (First Novel in the BoonieRats - Jake Olson Series)
BoonieRats - The adventure novel of Jake Olson and five other Vietnam vets who form a motorcycle club and then stumble upon a money-making scheme.

With a brilliant sunrise at their backs, two men on the fly bridge of the Princess Rebecca witness a drug deal gone bad. The five others below are alerted as they race to intercept and board the runaway speedboat carrying a dead man and two duffle bags of marijuana. The bachelor party for one and celebration of another’s induction as a full member of the BoonieRats Motorcycle Club is cut short as they scramble to save a man’s life and plot to forge a business arrangement. The small “outlaw” motorcycle club becomes a club of outlaws without experience, other than what they learned in life and Vietnam.

Success creates the need for more men but the BoonieRats don’t want common criminals in their ranks, only military veterans. Key players are recruited through a halfway house for homeless vets. A place founded by their leader, attorney Jake “Hunter” Olson, before having ulterior motives. But as the business becomes successful they develop personal lives aside from the club, pulling them in different directions. Then Hunter goes missing. What began as an adventure among brothers turns to nightmares.

* Cover design by Daniel Cosgrove

For more information see www.billellingsen.com

BoonieRats - The adventure novel of Jake Olson and five other Vietnam vets who form a motorcycle club and then stumble upon a money-making scheme.

With a brilliant sunrise at their backs, two men on the fly bridge of the Princess Rebecca witness a drug deal gone bad. The five others below are alerted as they race to intercept and board the runaway speedboat carrying a dead man and two duffle bags of marijuana. The bachelor party for one and celebration of another’s induction as a full member of the BoonieRats Motorcycle Club is cut short as they scramble to save a man’s life and plot to forge a business arrangement. The small “outlaw” motorcycle club becomes a club of outlaws without experience, other than what they learned in life and Vietnam.

Success creates the need for more men but the BoonieRats don’t want common criminals in their ranks, only military veterans. Key players are recruited through a halfway house for homeless vets. A place founded by their leader, attorney Jake “Hunter” Olson, before having ulterior motives. But as the business becomes successful they develop personal lives aside from the club, pulling them in different directions. Then Hunter goes missing. What began as an adventure among brothers turns to nightmares.

* Cover design by Daniel Cosgrove

For more information see www.billellingsen.com

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