Court Reporter Jobs in Illinois


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Bring your courts coverage experience to one of the premier court reporting jobs in the country where you’ll have the opportunity to cover a beat that has regularly produced high-impact, high interest news. On this beat, you will cover all key stories about criminal and civil cases in the Common Pleas courts of Cuyahoga County, in Cleveland, Ohio. This is the largest court system in the state, wit...
Northeast Ohio Media Group Chicago, IL
A bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications, or a related field, or equivalent experience Three or more years of covering courts at a daily newspaper, television station or online news agency, with a proven ability in reporting and writing Proven experience building, maintaining and engaging an active audience through blogging, social media and online comments Demonstrated experience brea...
Job Summary: Reporting directly to the Associate Dean of Alumni Relations & Development, the Senior Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, internally referred to as the Director of Alumni Relations & Engagement, is responsible for planning and implementing a robust, progressive and proactive alumni engagement program in support of the Northwestern University School of Law's mission and fundrais...

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$18,720.00 - $540,000.00
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