Kreisman Law Offices Donates 327 Volumes of the Illinois Reports, Illinois Digest to Illinois Department of Corrections

Robert D. Kreisman of Kreisman Law Offices has donated the hardbound books of the Illinois Reports and volumes of the Illinois Digest to the Illinois Department of Corrections located at Stateville, Ill.  Arrangements for the donations were made by the John Howard Association in coordination with Mr. Kreisman.

The Illinois Department of Corrections Stateville Prison has a law library, but it prevents inmates from accessing the internet to conduct their own legal research. Accordingly, these law books should be useful for those interested in reading Illinois case law and accomplishing legal research utilizing the encyclopedia-like Illinois Digest.

A total of 16 banker boxes representing these 327 volumes were delivered by agreement of the principals of the Illinois Department of Corrections on Feb. 8, 2018.

Kreisman Law Offices expresses its appreciation to both the John Howard Association and those at the Illinois Department of Corrections for allowing this transfer to take place.

Robert D. Kreisman of Kreisman Law Offices has been handling civil trial work for more than 40 years, in and around Chicago, Cook County and its surrounding areas helping individuals, families and loved ones who have been in need of an attorney that would assist in cases involving catastrophic injuries, death, probate litigation, nursing home cases, medical malpractice and commercial litigation.

Robert D. Kreisman has been an active member of the Illinois and Missouri bars since 1976.

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