Job Postings

Job Postings:

Business Litigation Associate

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, a leading national law firm, is seeking an Associate with 2-5 years of business litigation experience for its Springfield office.  The ideal candidate will have experience in commercial, and/or section 1983 litigation, a commitment to exceptional client service, top quality research and writing skills, strong academic credentials, deposition and court experience, and an interest and willingness to participate in business development efforts.  Illinois license required.  This is an exceptional opportunity for candidates seeking a high level of responsibility in a diverse and progressive law firm environment. The Firm offers a competitive benefits package and opportunity for advancement.

Please submit your cover letter, resume, and a writing sample in confidence through the firm’s website (www.hinshawlaw.com).  All materials must be submitted for an application to be considered.  Please upload all required documents into one PDF attachment.

Only candidates contacted for an interview with receive a response.  Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is an Affirmative Action EEO Employer.

posted: 12/17/14

Contractual Hearing Representative

Location: Springfield, IL

Salary Range: $200 per day; 1-6 days per month

(Contractual Position without benefits)

The Department of Administrative Hearings, Office of the Secretary of State, in Springfield seeks an experienced trial attorney willing to work on contract as a representative of the Secretary of State in driver’s license hearings.  Duties include reviewing for sufficiency documentation submitted by petitioners for driving relief, marking exhibits, and examination of petitioners to determine whether they are good candidates for driving relief.  Trial experience, ability to read a driving abstract, and knowledge of Illinois Vehicle Code preferred; knowledge of administrative law, substance abuse disorders, and principles of Alcoholics Anonymous very helpful.  We are willing to train the attorney to do these tasks.  Attorney expected to work one (1) or two (2) days per week, depending on office caseload and availability of staff attorneys.  Scheduling is done in advance and is flexible.  Interested parties should contact Marc C. Loro, Senior Legal Advisor, Department of Administrative Hearings at mloro@ilsos.net or 217/785-8245.

posted 12/8/14