This is the second in a series of columns based on a recorded discussion with George B. Collins, a lion of the Chicago bar who died in October at age 85.
For six decades, George B. Collins was the go-to advocate for lawyers and judges facing charges before the Judicial Inquiry Board and the Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission.
In the first section of our discussion that ran in the Daily Law Bulletin on Feb. 8, George shared his advice about practice before the JIB. In this section, he talks about ARDC practice.
Even for George Collins, each ARDC cases was sui generis, unlike anything else.