Judge Amy Lannerd Seeking Law Clerk and Law Clerk/Judicial Secretary for Upcoming Appointment to Appellate Court

November 02, 2022 7:11 AM | Carson Griffis (Administrator)

Judge Amy Lannerd, who has been assigned to the Illinois Appellate Court, Fourth Judicial District, effective December 5, 2022, is seeking to fill two positions in her chambers in Quincy, Illinois.  

Judge Lannerd is seeking a Law Clerk to perform legal research, analysis, and writing, to review and assist in the drafting of judicial opinions, orders, and other legal documents, and to perform other duties as needed.  Applicants should possess excellent research, case analysis, and writing skills, and experience as a law clerk in a reviewing court is strongly preferred.  The annual salary for this position is $96,754.  Instructions on how to apply, as well as other details about the position, may be found here.

Judge Lannerd also is seeking a Law Clerk/Judicial Secretary to conduct legal research and assist in drafting memoranda, orders, and opinions, as well as perform administrative duties such as corresponding with the Springfield courthouse and other chambers, tracking the status of motions and cases, paying bills, maintaining case files, and keeping the library up to date.  Applicants should have outstanding academic records and superior research and writing skills, and those with prior experience as a judicial law clerk or in appellate practice will be given preference.  The annual salary for this position is $87,391.  Instructions on how to apply, as well as other details about the position, may be found here.

Both positions will remain open until filled, but applicants submitting their materials by November 14, 2022, will be given first consideration.

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