An attorney's activity in connection with publication of articles on legal matters is often an indication of the attorney's dedication to the improvement of the legal system.

"Improving the Jury Decision Process", IL Bar Journal, NO.3, p. 176, Vol. 73, Nov. 1984.

Stan's article on "Improving the Jury Decision Process" was written for the 1984 Allerton House Conference of leading attorneys in the state of Illinois in the area of civil practice and procedure. The article was used as a discussion paper at the conference. It was published in the Illinois Bar Journal in November of 1984.

"An Appraisal of Supreme Court Rule 23", by Keith Beyler, IL Bar Journal, October, 1983, Vol. 72, NO.2, p. 80. Contributing authors: Hon. Robert W. Cook, Quincy, Samuel A. Purves, Chicago, Stanley L. Tucker, Carthage.

Stan was a co--author of an article, "An Appraisal of Supreme Court Rule 23", published in the Illinois Bar Journal in October of 1983 by Professor Keith H. Beyler, SIU. Along with Robert Cook, an attorney from Quincy, now a justice of the Illinois Appellate Cqurt, Fourth District, and Sam Purves, a Chicago attorney, Tucker assisted in writing this article which deals with matters of appellate procedure pertaining to Rule 23. Rule 23 is a special rule designed to facilitate appellate. procedures in the appellate decision process. It has been an important innovation in appellate procedure.

Trial Briefs - ISBA Civil Practice Newsletter, Vol. XXIX, No.2, Dec. 1983; Vol. XXVIII, NO.6, Dec. 1982; Vol. XXVII, NO.7, Feb- March 1982.

Stan's articles as Issue Editor in the Civil Practice and Procedure Section Council Newsletter "Trial Briefs" of the Illinois State Bar Association pertain to recent developments in civil practice and procedure. The Newsletter is designed to keep attorneys up-to-date about important new developments.

"IICLE, Administrative Law Handbook, Chapter 8, Judicial Review of Administrative Actions.

Stan wrote a chapter in the 1991 Illinois Administrative Law Handbook for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education. The IICLE is a non­profit organization located in Springfield, operated by Illinois attorneys for the purpose of continuing education for Illinois attorneys. Lawyers volunteer to prepare manuals on various subjects of the Jaw which are made available to attorneys throughout Illinois. His article on Judicial Review under the Illinois Administrative Review Act is an important tool for lawyers handling administrative cases.

"The Brief" published by the Appellate Lawyers Association, 1901 N. Roselle Road, Suite 920, Schaumburg, Illinois  60195. Stan has served as a case reporter for "The Brief" for many years.