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Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C. • Peoria, IL
Posted 27 days ago
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Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen is expanding and has open positions for attorneys in its Peoria, Springfield, Champaign, and Edwardsville Offices. These positions are in all practice areas, including but not limited to medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, trucking, casualty, commercial litigation, and toxic tort. Three to five years’ experience is preferred, but experience at all levels will be considered. Please send cover letter and resume to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé]. No phone calls please.
The firm offers a competitive salary and benefits. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Heyl Royster is a regional Midwest law firm with more than 115 lawyers, and offices in Illinois (Peoria, Champaign, Chicago, Edwardsville, Rockford, and Springfield) and Missouri (St. Louis). The firm provides legal services for businesses and corporations, professionals, healthcare organizations, governmental entities, universities, insurance carriers, and other major institutions. Heyl Royster lawyers have successfully defended clients in all of the federal courts and in each of the 102 counties in the State of Illinois, as well as in courtrooms in Indiana, Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin. Our attorneys also counsel clients on all aspects of business life. Through our lawyers' participation in bar and industry activities, we identify and help develop trends in the law which we believe will be of benefit to our clients.
The ideal candidate will have excellent legal writing and analytical skills with a strong academic record. The candidate must have an Illinois license in good standing.