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SCOTT KANE STUKEL
(734) 564–2821 | email@example.com | 3118 W. Palmer Blvd., Chicago, IL 60647
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Candidate for Juris Doctor, May 2014
NORTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, Executive Online Editor
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, B.A., Economics; B.A., Sociology, December 2007
Ann Arbor, MI
U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS, September 2013 – Present
Researched and prepared draft judicial opinions on civil motions.
Observed and assisted judge in courtroom proceedings and pretrial conferences.
HILFMAN & HEAD, P.C., May 2013 — September, 2013
Researched and wrote legal memoranda on a variety of topics for boutique personal injury law firm.
Drafted judicial motions addressing controversial contemporary legal topics: social media in discovery,
court appointed discovery mediators, and the admissibility of expert witness ultimate issue testimony.
Developed strategy for Northern District of Illinois pro bono appointment - prisoner's civil rights claim.
Attended depositions, client interviews, and case management conferences with firm partners.
Filed motions, summons, and other documents with the Circuit Court of Cook County.
SINGLE STOP USA, May 2012 — August 2012
New York, NY
Drafted and reviewed grant awards, contracts, and consulting agreements with third party vendors.
Researched multi-jurisdictional statutory compliance requirements for personal client information.
Developed value proposition to pitch organization’s service delivery model to colleges nationwide.
THE CENTER FOR ECONOMIC PROGRESS, October 2008 — June 2011
Manager, Community Relations and Program Planning
Contracted for donation of over $1 million in space, equipment, and other resources.
Created, developed and deepened partnerships with fifteen community organizations across Chicago.
Published curricula on taxes, financial coaching, and benefits used by NPOs throughout Chicago.
Manager, Local Programs
Researched and wrote policy papers on asset building, banking and consumer protection legislation.
Developed and incorporated proprietary Financial Security Metrics into organizational reporting.
Hired, trained, and managed nine part-time workers as well as multiple interns and volunteers.
Project Coordinator, Chicago Supports Workers
Recruited and served over 600 low-income families with public benefits applications and other services.
Lead coalition of Chicago governmental, private, and non-profit workforce development organizations.
Recruited and managed service partnerships with thirteen low-income employers across Chicago.
Leadership — Board Member of Chicago Votes Education Fund; a non-partisan civic education NPO.
Community Volunteering — Trainer and volunteer for multiple civic campaigns in Logan Square.
Academic Activism — Founder, BUSL-ACLU; President, ACS Constitution in the Classroom Program.
Social Media — Webmaster of multiple music, art, and culture blogs with 14,000+ followers.
Interests — Music composition, basketball, creative writing, boxing, Irish whiskey, and deer hunting.
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