2018 - Adjunct Faculty - Justice Studies/Criminal Justice
The candidate will teach 3-14 contact hours each semester. Provide required skills assistance to students. Assist in developing course blueprints. Assist in developing internship sites and articulation agreements with other colleges for the Justice Studies program. Serve on campus committees and participate in campus events. Ensure instructional success and model lifelong learning through continuous professional dev... read more
2019 - Adjunct Faculty - Justice Studies/Criminal Justice
Duties : Will teach 3-14 contact hours each semester. Provide required skills assistance to students. Assist in developing course blueprints. Assist in developing internship sites and articulation agreements with other colleges for the Justice Studies program. Serve on campus committees and participate in campus events. Ensure instructional success and model lifelong learning through continuous professional developm... read more
The candidate will join a firm practicing immigration, family, and criminal defense. Should have 3+ years’ experience. Should preferably have experience with all aspects of client and case management, including billing software, billable hour goals, working with paralegals, and prompt client follow-through.
The candidates should have good academic credentials.
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The candidate will join diverse practice with an emphasis on both civil and criminal trial work. Third year law students with an interest in trial work who have completed the Prosecution or Public Defender Project are strongly encouraged to apply. Practicing attorneys who have not completed the Prosecution or Public Defender Project should have 1 year of civil or criminal litigation experience. Strong research and writing skills are expected.
Criminal Defense Associate
The candidate must have 2 years of criminal law experience. Excellent academic credentials, ability to work independently, and appellate law experience—academic or professional—required.
The candidate should have outstanding client service and community involvement. While experience is preferred. Should have immediate and substantial client contact and responsibility for litigation and general practice matters, including criminal and family law cases.
The candidate will be responsible for a varied practice including: criminal defense and family law with a desire to expand into other areas of practice. Should have an excellent work history and excellent academic credentials with a litigation focus. 1+ year as a licensed Wisconsin attorney is preferred but must be admitted to the Wisconsin Bar.
Attorney – Public Interest Justice Initiative
The candidate will be responsible for: Research, fact-check and analyze case files, statutes and secondary resource data regarding criminal convictions; investigate outcomes by interviews with inmates, crime victims and prison authorities; draft summary reports, including case analysis, conclusions and recommendations and communicate findings to client representatives; prepare affidavits and provide testimony as needed regard...
Assistant District Attorney
The candidate will be supported by experienced management employing evidence and data-driven management processes to ensure proper case load balancing and efficiency. The management also employs a goal-oriented “hands off” approach to attorney supervision. This is a sensitive crimes prosecution position that also carries a general caseload. The remainder of the caseload involves approximately 130 active cases split fairly evenly between fe... read more
Assistant State Public Defender - Trial Attorney
The candidate will provide intake services in accordance with the statutes, administrative rules, agency policies and procedures, and local office procedures and respond promptly to requests for representation from prospective clients of the office. Will interview individuals to determine indigency in compliance with the statutes, administrative rules, agency policies and procedures, and local office procedures. Complete the... read more