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Job Vacancy - Appellate Court Research Attorney, Fourth District

March 09, 2023 10:42 AM | Paul Coogan (Administrator)

The Fourth District Appellate Court has posted a job vacancy announcement for an Appellate Court Research Attorney position.  The information contained in the posting can be found below:

Salary: $71,737 per year

Benefits: An attractive judicial branch benefits package is offered, including pension, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as deferred compensation and earned leave time.

Essential Duties: This position involves legal research, analysis, and writing, reviewing, and assisting in the drafting of judicial orders and opinions.

Experience, Education, and Training Requirements: Graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association is required. Candidates must possess superior research, analytical, and writing skills. Candidates must have strong information technology skills including proficiency with commonly used office software such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, and Adobe Acrobat. Competence in the use of web-based case management software and the ability to perform electronic legal research is also required.  Practicing attorneys and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Fully remote work is possible for candidates with comparable experience.

Physical Requirements:  Ability to sit for extended time periods. 

Interested individuals should submit, via email, a letter of interest, resume, professional writing sample, and official or unofficial law school transcript, and three references to: 

This position will remain open until filled. However, those individuals submitting materials by March 30, 2023 will be given first consideration. 

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