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NSBA CLE: Effectuating Service in Civil Cases

  • Fri, May 31, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual via Zoom



Effectuating Service in Civil Cases

Friday, May 31, 2024 at 12:00 PM
Virtual via Zoom
Approved for 1 CLE Credit

This course is intended to identify the manner(s) in which an individual and an entity may be properly served.  The course will also discuss alternative methods of service permitted by statute as well as the recent addition of service via email, text message and social media discussed in Illinois Supreme Court Rule 102(f).


Members: Complimentary | Nonmembers $5


Judge Sarah Johnson
First Municipal District

After attending law school at John Marshall, Judge Johnson began a career as a trial attorney, primarily representing nurses, physicians and health care facilities in cases alleging medical negligence. In addition to trying over 50 cases to civil jury verdict, Judge Johnson serves her community through various organizations, including the Misericordia Womens’ Board, Mercy Home, and tutoring students in the Englewood area with Lawyers Lend a Hand. Judge Johnson was appointed to the bench by Justice Joy V. Cunningham, and in March of 2024 was elected to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Catherine Haberkorn. Judge Johnson currently sits in the First Municipal District where she hears civil matters and promotes judicial access for all litigants, including those who are self represented.

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