Court Reporter Jobs in Illinois


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The Chicago office of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP is seeking an experienced, motivated, and detail-oriented legal assistant to support attorneys in its Labor & Employment Relations Practice Group. Michael Best has over 220 attorneys throughout 7 offices and has earned a reputation as a leading law firm and an exceptional place to work! This position offers competitive compensation and benefits, i...
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$18,720.00 - $540,000.00
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