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Assistant Attorney General - Opinions Bureau

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Government

Springfield, IL, United States

Assistant Attorney General - Opinions Bureau

Attorney

Office of the Illinois Attorney General

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Full-time

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Title:               Assistant Attorney General

Division:        Public Access and Opinions

Bureau:         Opinions

The Opinions Bureau is responsible for advising State officers and State’s Attorneys on matters related to their official duties, often in the form of written legal ; The issues addressed by the Opinions Bureau include civil or criminal matters, the application of State or Federal law, and the construction of statutory and constitutional provisions and administrative ;

Responsibilities:

An Assistant Attorney General in the Opinions Bureau is responsible for researching issues, drafting proposed responses, and responding to inquiries from members of the ;

Qualifications:

Candidates must be licensed in Illinois at the time of ; Candidates must have excellent research and writing skills, possess sound judgment, work well independently, and demonstrate an interest in public ;

Salary:          

Salaries are commensurate with the number of years of practice as a licensed attorney and start at $76,008.

To ensure full consideration, please send cover letter and resume to:

 

            Attn: Erika Torres

            Attorney Recruiting

            Office of the Attorney General

            100 West Randolph, 12th Floor

            Chicago, Illinois 60601

                    

            (Fax)

           

Legal

Feb 06, 2024
Nov 03, 2023
Company info

Office of the Illinois Attorney General

Company Profile

The Attorney General is the state's chief legal officer and is responsible for protecting the public interest of the state and its people. The job of the Attorney General is to: Advocate on behalf of all of the people of Illinois; Legislate with members of the General Assembly for new laws; and Litigate to ensure state laws are followed and respected. The Attorney General provides services that cover a broad range of issues, reaching every corner of Illinois.


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Government

Attorney

Full-time

Legal

Feb 06, 2024

Feb 06, 2024

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Title:               Assistant Attorney General

Division:        Public Access and Opinions

Bureau:         Opinions

The Opinions Bureau is responsible for advising State officers and State’s Attorneys on matters related to their official duties, often in the form of written legal ; The issues addressed by the Opinions Bureau include civil or criminal matters, the application of State or Federal law, and the construction of statutory and constitutional provisions and administrative ;

Responsibilities:

An Assistant Attorney General in the Opinions Bureau is responsible for researching issues, drafting proposed responses, and responding to inquiries from members of the ;

Qualifications:

Candidates must be licensed in Illinois at the time of ; Candidates must have excellent research and writing skills, possess sound judgment, work well independently, and demonstrate an interest in public ;

Salary:          

Salaries are commensurate with the number of years of practice as a licensed attorney and start at $76,008.

To ensure full consideration, please send cover letter and resume to:

 

            Attn: Erika Torres

            Attorney Recruiting

            Office of the Attorney General

            100 West Randolph, 12th Floor

            Chicago, Illinois 60601

                    

            (Fax)

           

Salary

Annually USD 76008
Company info

Office of the Illinois Attorney General

Company Profile

The Attorney General is the state's chief legal officer and is responsible for protecting the public interest of the state and its people. The job of the Attorney General is to: Advocate on behalf of all of the people of Illinois; Legislate with members of the General Assembly for new laws; and Litigate to ensure state laws are followed and respected. The Attorney General provides services that cover a broad range of issues, reaching every corner of Illinois.

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