Judge Jackson is Qualified

•Alliance of Bar Associations

Illinois State Bar – Highly Qualified

Hispanic Lawyers Association of IL – Highly Qualified

Lesbian and Gay Bar – Highly Recommended

Puerto Rican Bar – Highly Recommended

Cook County Bar – Highly Recommended

Decalogue Society of Lawyers – Highly Recommended

Chicago Council of Lawyers – Qualified

Woman’s Bar – Recommended

Asian American Bar – Recommended

Hellenic Bar – Recommended

•Chicago Bar Association

•News article comparing Jackson to her opponents in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


The following is an except from pages 18 and 19 of the

Chicago Bar Association’s Green Guide.

For Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County Subcircuit 7

 Marianne Jackson — QUALIFIED

 Judge Marianne Jackson is “Qualified” for the office of Circuit Court Judge. Judge Jackson was admitted to practice law in Illinois in 1973 and was appointed an Associate Judge in 1997. Judge Jackson is currently assigned to the Juvenile Justice Division’s Child Protection Department. Judge Jackson effectively manages her courtroom and is well regarded for her knowledge of the law and outstanding demeanor and temperament.

and corporate sectors, but has not engaged in the practice of law since 1990. While Ms. Rice possesses a fine demeanor and temperament, her knowledge of the law and overall practice experience is limited and falls short of the CBA’s guidelines for a minimum of twelve years as a practicing attorney.

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