Job Details

Spring Volunteer Legal Internship **

Company name

Cook County State's Attorney

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Sep 18,2018

Posted on

Jan 06,2018

Location

Markham, IL
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Spring Volunteer Legal Internship Interns work in the following types of cases: Division : Medical Malpractice. Must be law school student and have completed at least one-half of the total, hourly credits required for graduation, are eligible to apply for the 711 license.

Additional info

Send the following: An Application Form (PDF); A signed and dated Release Form (electronic signatures will not be accepted); Current Resume; One letter of recommendation from a Professor or Employer. Letters of recommendation.

Company info

Sonia Antolec
Cook County State's Attorney
69 W. Washington
Chicago, IL 60602

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