IARC is committed to recruiting and developing the best human resources, to further our mission of reducing the burden of cancer worldwide through research for prevention. We invite you to explore the many opportunities and benefits of working at IARC.What does the ARDC do in Illinois?
The Supreme Court established the ARDC as administrative agency, effective February 1, 1973, and charged the agency with assisting the Court in the regulation of the legal profession in Illinois. In November 2017, upon recommendation of the ARDC, the Court adopted Regulatory Objectives for the Provision of Legal Services.What does the ARDC clerk do?
Under Commission rules, the ARDC’s Clerk is the individual designated by the Administrator to receive and maintain records and evidence relating to proceedings before the Commission’s Hearing and Review Boards. The Clerk is neutral in all disciplinary matters and does not take case-specific direction from the Administrator.How do I contact the ARDC Chicago office?
The ARDC’s Chicago and Springfield offices are currently closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic. Essential visitors will only be admitted by appointment. At this time, we can best assist you via telephone or email. The general number for our Chicago office is (312) 565-2600.