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Small firm in a north suburb of Chicago in Cook County seeks applicants for an associate attorney position. The position’s focus will be on estate planning and administration, taxation, business and general practice matters. Applicants should be licensed attorneys with 1-10 years of experience, a desire to work in a small firm environment and a willingness to engage with clients and handle legal and administrative tasks of any size or complexity. Sal...
Paralegal Studies & Business Faculty, Fall 2022
Duties: Construction of a course syllabus, consistent with the generic course syllabus, that stipulates course objectives, content, and grading criteria. Preparation of course presentations and instructional materials, for lecture, and laboratory and clinical functions (as appropriate). Delivery of instruction, including being prepared for and meeting courses and laboratories (if appropriate) at scheduled times. Consultation ...
Academic Operations Specialist
The candidate creates, recommends, and reviews standard business processes for academic divisions; ensures accuracy and consistency across divisions. Collaborates with academic division office managers to coordinate the flow of work and reports through the academic offices to the Vice President and President's offices. Creates reports on clerical staff work activity that help division administrators and academic department chairs analyze reso...
Adjunct Instructor - Business Law
The candidate should Possesses law degree. Experience in business law and commercial transactions is required. Excellent spoken and written communication skills are required. Should preferably have expertise in areas such as contracts, torts, civil litigation. Familiarity with online instruction is desired. A law degree is required for adjunct positions. Ability to evaluate, design, and implement curriculum, testing, and/or teaching method...
Assistant Attorney to the Chief Legal Officer
The candidate will render legal opinions and advice to the Chief Legal Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Board of Education and other administrative staff. Provide legal representation for the District (under the supervision of the Chief Legal Officer and in collaboration with District outside legal counsel when necessary) as follows: Cases involving students with special needs; Prosecution or defense of lawsuits; Investigation...
Legal Administrative Assistant - State Court Litigation
The candidate will work in a team to support the State Court Litigation Unit of the Law Department. This unit has ten attorneys and handles a very high volume of cases in the practice areas of personal injury, commercial litigation, administrative hearings, debarments, workers compensation, administrative review, FOIA litigation, property tax appeal interventions, mechanics liens and wage garnishments, counseling, sub...
CTE Pre-Law Teacher
The candidate will be responsible for: Provide rigorous and relevant instruction on pre-approved hands-on curriculum in the content area and general work-place readiness. Integrate soft-skill instruction into competency-based content area activities. Support students in industry relevant competitions, industry exploration activities, professional organizations and postsecondary initiatives. Show evidence of project-based learning (e.g., competitions, ca...
Graduate Fellowship Program
The Fellowship Program places new associates from law firms at public interest law agencies in Illinois, where they are typically paid by their hiring firm to work for 300 hours between graduation and joining the firm. The Fellow will work on a wide and diverse range of issues depending on the agency where they serve. Will also work on transactional matters such as policy development and analysis, advocacy, impact litigation and more. Will work ...
Responsibilities: Delivery of the course content. Preview and adequately prepare to competently present materials and topics applicable to the class subject matter. Project confidence, competency and professionalism with an engaging personality. Offer students examples or explanations of subject matter presented. Review class problems and solutions with students. Respond to student questions and concerns. Properly pace the class to start and end on time without rus...