The candidate oversees the Legal Department and is responsible for the preparation and administration of the department budget. Reports directly to the Illinois Attorney General and the Tollway Executive Director. This position functions within all areas of the Authority. The General Counsel is the legal representative of the Authority and is involved and may appear in all litigation concerning the Authority. As such, it is necessary that the General Couns... read more
Assistant State's Attorney
The candidate must be licensed in the State of Illinois for an Assistant Stateâ€™s Attorney position. Previous professional experience in prosecution, litigation, criminal law, social services or related fields is strongly preferred. Must be skilled in trial advocacy, communication, organization and technology, demonstrate good judgement and the ability to make decisions, and be willing represent the office in court and with the general publ...
Assistant Attorney General - Public Interest - Workplace Rights
The candidate tasks include interviewing workers and witnesses, reviewing documents, conducting legal research, and drafting subpoenas, memoranda, and court pleadings. Policy research and reviews proposed legislation. Interacts with constituents and community groups regarding wage and hour, labor, or other employment concerns and questions. Must be licensed in the State of Illinois at the time of application. ...
Assistant Attorney General
The candidate must have 2+ years of litigation experience representing creditors in miscellaneous tort litigation and general collection work. Experience in domestic relations, probate, real estate, bankruptcy, workers' compensation, state and local taxation, and supplementary citation proceedings preferable. Should be licensed by the State of Illinois at the time of application.
Assistant Corporation Counsel II
The candidate will work under the general supervision of the Deputy Corporation Counsel, Chief Assistant Corporation Counsel, and Assistant Corporation Counsel Supervisors of the AERC Division, and will handle environmental matters, including handling environmental litigation, drafting environmental legislation, reviewing and drafting contracts for environmental compliance, developing and implementing environmental enforcement and cost reco...
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Attorney â€“ Litigation
The candidate will assist on representative cases and assignments may include, but are not limited to, the following: writs of certiorari, personal injury, employment litigation, forcible entry and detainer, breach of contract, debarments and other administrative hearings, fair housing law, real estate, and insurance related matters. Should preferably have strong writing skills, litigation and trial experience, and a willingness to learn new su...
Assistant Attorney General
The candidate will work in the Criminal Appeals division. Will respond to petitions for writs of habeas corpus in the United States District Courts and brief and argue habeas corpus appeals before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Brief and argue criminal cases in the Illinois Supreme and Appellate Courts.
Assistant Attorney General - Government Representation - General Law
The candidate should have sound judgment and excellent research and writing skills. Must have interest in and enthusiasm for trial work and 2+ years of litigation experience, especially federal court civil rights or employment litigation experience and a demonstrated commitment to public service. Must be licensed to practice law by the State of Illinois. New graduates will not be considered.
Appellate Court Research Attorney
The candidate researches and analyzes law regarding issues addressed by parties or the court. Reads and examines briefs and records; determines relevant cases to be read; verifies the jurisdiction of the court. Writes proposed dispositions, memoranda, orders, opinions or other legal documents. Prepares commentaries or memoranda of law accompanying proposed dispositions. Reads petitions for rehearing on assigned cases as needed, researches ...