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Judge William Hooks Speaks to Muslim Bar Association of Chicago


Honorable William Hooks

The Honorable William Hooks is the guest speaker for the Muslim Bar Association of Chicago's December dinner meeting (12/20/12 @ 6pm | Downtown Islamic Center, 231 S. State Street, Chicago, IL).

Judge William H. Hooks sits as a judge assigned to the felony Criminal Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County. He has been licensed by the Illinois Supreme Court for nearly 30 years. After being appointed to a countywide vacancy in 2008, Hooks was elected to a six-year term in 2010.  In July 2011, Hooks was appointed to a four-year term on the Cook County Judicial Advisory Council. He is a former president of the Cook County Bar Association and the Chicago Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. He currently sits on the Executive Board of the Illinois Judicial Council.  (click here for a more detailed biography of Judge William Hooks).

What:  Muslim Bar Association Dinner Meeting

Topic: Muslim Americans, America's Newest Targets of Disrespect

When: Thursday, December 20, 2012 @ 6PM

Where: Downtown Islamic Center (lower level), 231 S. State Street, Chicago, IL

Cost:  $20/person | $12/per law student (law school ID required at event)

RSVP: Online Payment serves as RSVP


Our occasional dinner events are always a lot of fun!  The December meeting featuring Judge Hooks will also be very thought-provoking as Judge Hooks discusses the challenge of American Muslims to assert our civil rights in America from his unique personal and professional perspective.

Purchase your tickets online now!

12/20/12 Dinner Tickets


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