|When||Thursday, March 6, at 4:45 p.m.|
|Where||SRC 3011 (Glen Ellyn Main Campus)|
Please join us on Thursday, March 6, at 4:45 p.m., in SRC 3011 to hear Mr. Barry Rose discuss federal e-filing.
Mr. Rose has a bachelor’s degree in History from Northern Illinois University. After a short career as a paralegal for the Department of Justice in Washington D.C., he attended the IIT-Chicago Kent College of Law and received his law degree.
Mr. Rose has years of experience in the legal arena. He has been a staff attorney for the legal aid group covering north and northwest Cook County, called Cook County Legal Assistance Foundation (CCLAF). Later on, he worked as a managing attorney of the Evanston office.
Mr. Rose has also worked extensively in private practice. He has handled various types of state and federal litigation. About 8 of the 50 or more appeals he has been involved with are published in the state or federal Reporter systems. Mr. Rose’s true area of expertise has always been Administrative Agency Law. He has represented hundreds of clients in various administrative hearings before Social Security, Unemployment Compensation, Public Aid, and the Secretary of State’s office. He won more than 90% of all his administrative hearings over the years.
Additionally, Mr. Rose worked as a hearing officer for the Illinois Tollway system from 2003 through 2006, as well as at an agency in Oak Park called Age Options for the past 10 years.
Mr. Rose has taught Legal Research & Writing, and Administrative Agency Law, at the College of Lake County (CLC) since January 2007. In 2011, he was awarded an Outstanding Teacher plaque for his work at CLC.