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An Assistant Attorney General in the Crime Victim Services Division is responsible for reviewing completed investigatory reports and preparing for submission before the Court of Claims. Assistant Attorney Generals also represent the State of Illinois in Court of Claims hearings; appear before the Circuit Court; engage in personal and telephone contact with crime victims as needed and conduct other legal research as assigned.
Candidates must be licensed in the State of Illinois at the time of application. Preferred candidates will have experience in criminal prosecution or defense working with crime victims. (including proceedings involving orders of protection and civil no contact orders). Excellent organizational skills, strong legal writing, public speaking, computer skills, and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively are essential functions of this position. Ability to speak Spanish a plus.
To apply for this job please visit illinoisattorneygeneral.gov.