Speaking Engagement Request Form | State of Illinois Office of the Illinois Courts
The Illinois Judicial Speakers Bureau was established by the
Illinois Supreme Court to increase awareness of our judicial system and its role in the community.
The Speakers Bureau enables community groups like schools and non-profit organizations to learn more about the judicial system and its function in a democracy directly from judges and other court officials.
All presentations are voluntary by the judges with no cost to the community. The Illinois Judicial Speakers Bureau looks forward to working with your organization.
How It Works
A group representative may fill out the online
form. A member of the Office of Communications will reach out with additional questions and information to schedule the engagement.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Behavioral Health and Justice
- Domestic Violence
- Judges as Problem Solvers
- Jury Duty
- Juvenile Court
- Plea Bargaining
- Role of Judge in the Judicial Process
- Role of Judge in the Community
- Small Claims Court
- Traffic Court
Judges are bound by the Code of Judicial Conduct and are unable to speak on certain matters, such as pending litigation.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Communications at (312) 793-2323 or firstname.lastname@example.org.