Job Details

Fall Law Clerk Program **

Company name

Illinois Attorney General's Office

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Belleville, IL

Date Last Verified

Feb 08,2018

Posted on

Jan 23,2018
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Fall Law Clerk Program The Office provides excellent opportunities for law students to improve their skills and knowledge in a wide range of subject areas, including consumer protection, government representation, civil rights, environmental enforcement, antitrust, complex civil litigation, civil and criminal appeals, and criminal law enforcement. The clerk will work inKeeping Communities Safe Division. Working closely with attorneys, the law clerks investigate facts, review documents, research legal issues, and draft legal memoranda, correspondence, and pleadings. Must be a current law student. Advanced students who qualify for a 711 license are encouraged to obtain such a license so that they may appear in court under the supervision of an Assistant Attorney General. Should commit to working 12+ hours per week for 8 consecutive weeks. Duration: September to December. Application Deadline: September 1.

Company info

Adelaida Otero
Professional Development and Attorney Recruitment
Illinois Attorney General's Office
100 West Randolph
12th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 312-814-5197

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