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Section Newsletter Articles on Careers - Alternatives

Alternative legal careers By Natali Marquez-Ponce Young Lawyers Division, August 2016 If you have a law degree, the law firm career is not your only option.
From Jenner partner to founder of KRā, Drinks for Athletes By Sarah Hardgrove-Koleno Women and the Law, June 2016 The author shares her evolution from attorney to entrepreneur.
Pro bono made easy: Stay-at-home lawyers provide free legal assistance to those in need By Cheryl Lipton Women and the Law, July 2014 The Pro Bono Network has developed a winning model that provides fully-committed legal representation and services to those in need of help.
Young lawyers as entrepreneurs: A conversation with Paul Richardson, JD, founder of Law Blog Writers, LLC By Allan Niemerg Young Lawyers Division, October 2012 The next segment in this series interviewing young attorneys who have made their own careers.
What can I be with a J.D.? An internet entrepreneur By Allan Niemerg Young Lawyers Division, December 2010 A focus on Jeff Epstein, founder of zferral.com.
What can I be with a J.D.? An Assistant Dean for Career Services By Anna P. Krolikowska Young Lawyers Division, June 2010 A focus on Laurel A. Hajek, Assistant Dean for Career Services at the John Marshall Law School.
What can I be with a J.D.? A professor of law By Anna P. Krolikowska Young Lawyers Division, February 2010 In this issue we will focus on James Carey, Professor of Law, and Director of the Advocacy Center at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
What can I be with a J.D.? Director of Attorney Recruitment and Professional Development By Anna P. Krolikowska Young Lawyers Division, October 2009 Learn more about Ruta Stropa, Director of the Attorney Recruitment and Professional Development Office of the Illinois Attorney General.
What can I be with a J.D.? An Executive Director of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation By Anna P. Krolikowska Young Lawyers Division, April 2009 Learn more about Margaret C. Benson, and her career as Executive Director of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation.
What can I be with a J.D.? Executive Director and Founder of the Special Education Advocacy Clinic at DePaul University Chicago College of Law By Anna P. Krolikowska Young Lawyers Division, February 2009 In this issue we will focus on Nelly Aguilar, Executive Director and Founder of the Special Education Advocacy Clinic at DePaul University College of Law.
What can I be with a J.D.? A Reference Librarian/Foreign and International Research Specialist at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2008 A focus on Julienne Grant, Reference Librarian/Foreign and International Research Specialist at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library.
What can I be with a J.D.? A trial attorney with the Department of Homeland Security By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2008 Learn more about Lisa P., Trial Attorney with the Department of Homeland Security—Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
What can I be with a J.D.? Program Director of P.A.D.S. Overnight Emergency Shelter By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2008 More about the career of Jason Holmes, the Program Director of P.A.D.S. Overnight Emergency Shelter.
What can I be with a J.D.? Director of Career Opportunities and Development and Adjunct Faculty Member By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2008 A focus on NIU’s Greg Anderson, Director of Career Opportunities and Development and Adjunct Faculty Member.
Who me? A law professor?—Southern Illinois University School of Law sponsors workshop for lawyers interested in law teaching Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, March 2008 In an effort to bring more diversity to the legal academy, faculty from the Southern Illinois University School of Law presented a workshop during the Illinois State Bar Association’s December 2007 midyear meeting on how practicing lawyers can transition into law teaching jobs.
What can I be with a J.D.? A State Representative in the Illinois General Assembly By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2008 A focus on Franco Coladipietro, State Representative in the Illinois General Assembly.
What can I be with a J.D.? A Thomson-West Sales Representative By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2007 Learn more about Thomson-West Sales Representative Jason Bagley
What can I be with a J.D.? Associate Director of Enforcement for the NCAA By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2007 A focus on LuAnn Humphrey, Associate Director of Enforcement for the NCAA.
What can I be with a J.D.? Assistant Attorney General for the Illinois Attorney General By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2007 Learn more about Nancy Tikalsky, Assistant Attorney General for the Illinois Attorney General, Environmental Bureau North.
What can I be with a J.D.? Judicial Law Clerk for the Illinois Supreme Court Young Lawyers Division, June 2007 Learn more about Michele Jochner, Judicial Law Clerk for the Illinois Supreme Court.
What can I be with a J.D.? Senior Contract and Grant Officer at the Office for Sponsored Research at Northwestern University By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, April 2007 Get to know Michael Haas, the Senior Contract and Grant Officer at the Office for Sponsored Research at Northwestern University.
What can I be with a J.D.? Assistant General Counsel in the Office of the Illinois Governor By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2007 focus on Paul Miller, Assistant General Counsel in the Office of Governor Rod Blagojevich.
What can I be with a J.D.? Second District Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor’s Office By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2006 Get to know the Second District Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor’s Office and its Deputy Director, Martin Moltz.
What can I be with a J.D.? Solo practitioner By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2006 Learn more about Gregg Garofalo, who started Gregg A. Garofalo P.C. in 2004.
What can I be with a J.D.? CEO and Entrepreneur By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, August 2006 More about the career of Tarek Fadel, CEO and Founder of AdaptiBar.
What can I be with a J.D.? Assistant Director of the Chicago Chapter of AJC By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, June 2006 Learn more about Melanie Maron, Assistant Director of the Chicago Chapter of American Jewish Committee.
It’s not rocket science-It just feels like it By Jeanne Miller Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, May 2005 A day in the life of a work-from-home attorney.

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