Public Service Administrator - Opt 8L
The candidate provides supervision of temporary contract attorneys and permanent paralegal employee in investigating claims of police torture, monitoring their progress weekly and supporting and correcting those attorneys' work as necessary. Further conducts his or her investigations and analysis of own claims of torture as assigned by the Executive Director. Evaluates claims for legal compliance with statute 775 ILCS 40 and Administra... read more
Senior Supervising Attorney, Criminal Legal System and Policing
Duties: Investigate, develop and litigate high-impact cases at the trial and appellate level in federal and state courts. Investigate, develop and advance, in coordination with other Departments, non-litigation strategies for advancing civil rights and civil liberties. Lead and manage teams that conduct investigations, impact litigation, and/or non-legislative advocacy, either independently or in effective col... read more
Assistant State’s Attorney
The candidate will file 2-3 appellate briefs each month in appeals arising out of the Circuit Court of Cook County. The briefs can include cases involving appeals from criminal convictions, juvenile delinquency adjudications, juvenile abuse and neglect findings, involuntary commitment and medication orders and asset forfeiture rulings. Typical recurring issues include evidentiary matters, sufficiency of the evidence claims, statutory constructi...
The candidates will work in surrounding VA Pension benefits, Estate Planning, Family Law, and Criminal Law matters. Must have professional liability insurance, a valid license, and no disciplinary action.
Special Agent, GS 10
The candidate will help investigate criminal activity and identify authorities and other entities to further investigations. Will work with federal, state and local law enforcement officers and the Intelligence Community to assess the legal implications of tools, technologies and techniques used by the Agency. Gain exposure to all facets of operations at both Headquarters and within the Field Offices. Must have a J.D. or BA/BS degree (preferably in a r...
Senior Enforcement Counsel
Candidate will: Conduct contested hearings before the Business Conduct Committee requiring the development of case strategies, preparation direct witnesses for trial in a manner that effectively & efficiently tells market Regulations’ story, preparation of effective cross-examination of respondents witnesses, introducing and objecting to documentary evidence, and presentation of effective opening and closing arguments. Preparation of written br...
Criminal Defense Attorney
The candidate should have 5+ years of experience in the practice of criminal law. Should have broad experience with all types of criminal matters, including: DUI, drug possession, domestic violence, assault, battery, vehicular and non-vehicular manslaughter, restraining orders, unlicensed massage charges, and have extensive experience litigating criminal matters in state and federal court; possess oral advocacy skills, and have jury trial experien...
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Attorney at Law
The candidate should have passion for criminal defense and civil rights. The ideal candidate will be a great researcher and writer, creative, and fearless. Some experience is preferred. The job involves work in the state and federal courts, trial work, and writing, including appeals. Outstanding writing skills are required, as well as a passion for this type of work.
Part Time Faculty, Sociology
Candidate will be teaching throughout the academic year. Must have expertise that matches course scheduling needs. Master's Degree in Sociology or related fields (e.g. MSW). Ph.D. is preferred. Ph.D. or JD required for graduate courses. Must have demonstrated experience in working in teaching in an diverse learning environment.
courses in Sociology including statistics, research methods, theory as well as courses in areas of specialization -he...
Assistant Attorney General - Criminal Appeals
The candidate represents the People in criminal and quasi-criminal matters at all levels of the state and federal court systems. Will have considerable autonomy in briefing cases under the guidance of supervising attorneys and participate in moot courts to prepare for oral arguments. May expect to present an oral argument within one year. Must have an interest in criminal and constitutional law and strong research and writing...
The candidate will join immigration and criminal defense law firm. Must have experience in one or more of the following: immigration, criminal defense, family law, and real estate. A portable book of business is preferred as is the ability to speak Spanish proficiently. Must be licensed in Illinois, hard-working, and detail oriented. read more
Assistant Attorney General - Criminal Enforcement - Sexually Violent Persons
Responsibilities: Working in the Sexually Violent Persons Bureau, will have wide-ranging duties including: prosecution of proceedings to commit convicted sex offenders, motion hearings and trial work; managing extensive discovery, presenting and cross examining experts; working with the Department of Corrections and the Department of Human Services in various capacities. read more