of Illinois at Chicago Office of Public Affairs (MC 288)
601 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607-7113, (312) 996-3456, www.uic.edu/depts/paff
QUIGLEY DISCUSSES ROLE OF LAW IN COOK COUNTY'S FUTURE
Michael Quigley, of Cook County's 10th District and member of the
Cook County Board's human rights and litigation committees, will present
an overview of the basic structure and policy issues before Cook County
government. In addition, Quigley will address the evolution of political
parties in Cook County and the relationship between party and government.
"The Role of Law in the County's Future," is part of UIC's Future
of Chicago public affairs series.
Paul II Newman Center on the UIC campus 700 S. Morgan
lecture will also highlight county policies that affect the environment
and forest preserve district, along with initiatives implemented during
his first year as commissioner.
of Chicago is an annual lecture program that promotes public debate
on Chicago issues. It is organized by Dick Simpson, UIC professor
of political science and former Chicago alderman, and Doug Gills,
assistant professor in the College of Urban Planning and Public
Affairs. UIC has hosted the program since 1976.