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Clifford’s Notes

Bob Clifford Addresses “Weathering” Effect in the Legal Community

The “weathering” effect has become an important subject of interest in our diverse landscape. Studies have shown that discrimination and bias slowly affect a person’s well-being not only emotionally, but also physically, potentially leading to serious health concerns stemming from chronic stress such as increased cortisol levels, sympathetic nerve activity, high blood pressure, cytokine production, and glycated hemoglobin levels. In a recent article published by Chicago...
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Clifford’s Notes – Summer 2017

Clifford's Corner Robert Clifford was part of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation "The Masters of Closing Arguments" who each gave a closing argument judged by their peers. Read more. Clifford Law Offices' Press Room Clifford Law Offices' Press Room James C. Pullos joined the firm as a partner at Clifford Law Offices. He had served as an Assistant Cook County State's Attorney for...
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Clifford’s Notes

Clifford's Corner Robert A. Clifford has been appointed to serve as Chair of the American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education that supports more than 200 public service and educational programs throughout the world. Clifford also was appointed as a Board Member to the Advocacy Institute, a national group that gives law students the opportunity to develop and practice their advocacy skills continue →...
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Clifford’s Note’s: A Delicate Question that Mixes Law, Medicine: How to Help a Client Find a Doctor

Clifford's Note's October 3, 2014 Chicago Lawyer: Clifford's Note's By Robert A. Clifford A friend of the firm recently was diagnosed with a brain tumor that has to be operated on immediately. She called and asked our medical-malpractice team, "Who is a good neurosurgeon?" As a personal-injury attorney for nearly 40 years, a question I am often asked is, "How do I find a good...
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Clifford’s Notes: Cameras in the Courtroom

August 12, 2014 Chicago Lawyer, Clifford's Note's By Robert Clifford, A pilot program allowing cameras in Illinois' 23 circuit courts on a limited and experimental basis in civil and criminal cases was announced in January. Illinois Chief Justice Thomas Kilbride has long been applauded for supporting transparency in the courtroom and educating the public. The announcement came on the heels of a pilot program allowing...
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