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The Illinois Supreme Court has adopted a new Code of Judicial Conduct which will go into effect on January 1, 2023. The opinions listed here were published under the prior code, and are now subject to potential changes. The IJEC is currently in the process of reevaluating each of these opinions in light of the new Code of Judicial Conduct, and will be updating the opinions on a rolling basis.
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71 1996-15: Judge serving as member of judicial evaluation committee of a civic organization.
72 1996-16: Judge acting as an advocate for a Rabbi.
73 1996-17: Waiver of private school tuition for judge's children, by virtue of judge's position as part-time instructor for extra-curricular activities.
74 1996-18: Disqualification, former co-counsel and relative as lawyer.
75 1996-19: Non-candidate judge featured as the speaker at a county Lincoln Day Dinner promoted by a political party.
76 1996-20: Disqualification of judge if a party is represented by the judge's campaign chairman or another lawyer from the campaign chairman's law firm.
77 1996-21: Propriety of a judge accepting an appointment to the Citizens Advisory Council of his or her local school district.
78 1996-22: Disqualification of judge when ex-spouse's lawyer appears before judge.
79 1996-23: Duty of Chief Judge to take action when a judge he or she supervises is arrested for DUI.
80 1996-24: Judge accepting a Presidential appointment to the United States Institute of Peace.
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