Attorney/Lawyer - Family and Divorce Law
The candidate should have JD degree. Must have 5+ years of experience. Requisite state license in good standing (Missouri, Illinois and/or Kansas). Family law experience preferred.
Staff Attorney II-III
The candidate works under general supervision by Chief Trial Attorney. Provides legal representation to the Juvenile Officer in any juvenile matter brought before the Court. Provides legal review and screening of juvenile referrals for prosecutive merit. Reviews intake decisions. Deals with all phases of trial preparation, including drafting pleadings and motions, efiling and interviewing, preparing for trial and subpoenaing of witnesses, victims, pol...
Senior Associate Attorney / Lawyer - Family Law
The candidate prepares and drafts legal documents for filing with appropriate entities and necessary correspondence. Drafts pleadings and motions, including judgments and orders. Corresponds with attorneys, court personnel, and clients regarding cases. Interviews witnesses for court cases and prepares witnesses to testify. Shall ensure the accuracy of all documents prepared. Shall promptly appear in court on all cases assigne...
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Associate Attorney - Family Law
The candidate will handle a case load and litigate on a daily basis. Will be expected to handle: Frequent client contact with a wide variety of clients; Intake of new clients; Drafting pleadings; Handling cases through litigation; Preparing for and trying cases; Assisting in the day to day tasks of the law firm. Have 1+ year relevant experience is preferred. Doctorate degree is required.
Adjunct Faculty - Legal Studies
The candidate will provide instruction in the Legal Studies for the Paralegal Program in the following subject areas: Family Law, Contract Law, Civil Litigation, Legal Research, Legal Writing, Tort Law, Law Office Management. Instructor will hold classroom lecture/presentation; create syllabi, assignments, and student assessments; keep office hours; submit to classroom evaluations; maintain grade book; post grades in accordance with the Coll...
The candidate conduct phone interviews of low-income clients in a wide range of substantive areas, including housing, consumer, family, and public benefits. Provide limited services in consumer cases. Illinois Bar required; demonstrated commitment to the representation of low-income individuals; 3 years of legal experience and fluency in Spanish preferred.
The candidate will be responsible to develop relationships with clients as they establish legal needs, provide counsel, help them understand their legal options, and represent them in court and negotiations. Also conduct research, prepare legal documents, and perform other duties to ensure that clients receive the best and most cost-effective legal solutions. Should be knowledgeable, attentive, and proactive. You should also be an excellent communicator,...