Panel Discussion with the Illinois Office of the State Appellate Defender

The Office of the State Appellate Defender, or OSAD, represents indigent defendants who are appealing their criminal convictions. Attorneys work on cases from first degree murder to burglary to drug possession and more. OSAD attorneys appear in the Illinois Appellate Court, the Illinois Supreme Court, and even the United States Supreme Court.

A group of attorneys from OSAD will be on campus for a brown bag (bring your own lunch) panel presentation for students interested in learning about internship and post-graduate opportunities in their office. If you are interested in criminal law, if you want to represent clients in need, if you'd like to change and shape the law, or if you want to know how you can do all of this while working with dedicated attorneys in a supportive environment, then come learn more about working at OSAD. OSAD encourages and welcomes applications from diverse candidates. All are welcome!

This event is co-sponsored by Law Career Services, Black Law Students Association, and Outlaws. Questions? Please reach out to Lauren Worsek at

Tuesday, February 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Lewis Center, 342
25 E Jackson Blvd


College of Law, Law Career Services

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