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Postgraduate Fellowship

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City of Chicago Department of Law

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Date Last Verified

Jan 07,2019

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Apr 22,2019

Posted on

Jan 08,2018


Chicago, IL, United States

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Post-Graduate Fellowship
The Fellows gain invaluable hands-on legal experience by working on complex and diverse projects with FCRL Department attorneys. Work on a case from its inception. Under the supervision of an experienced attorney, attorneys gain valuable hands-on experience answering complaints, drafting and answering written discovery, conducting motion practice, taking and defending depositions, preparing pretrial orders, engaging in settlement negotiations, and trying cases. Attend client interviews, participate in trial preparation, attend scene visits, and draft and orally argue substantive motions. Will participate in negotiations and Client advising meetings, conduct research and analysis to draft dispositive motions on constitutional or procedural issues of law, and - utilizing an Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 license - appear on behalf of the City in Court or before Administrative Tribunals. Law students are considered.

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Send cover letter, resume, law school transcript (official or unofficial), and 1 writing sample.

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Hiring Coordinator
City of Chicago Department of Law
30 N. La Salle - 1640
Chicago, IL 60602

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