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What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Police Shakedown Lawyer Takes Position with City

Crains 17 September 2018 No Comment

Two fresh hires at City Hall will help steer Chicago through the most momentous legal issue the city has faced in decades: reforming the Chicago Police Department.

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Tyeesha Dixon and Katie Hill this summer joined Chicago’s 280-attorney Law Department. Hill, 39, who most recently was policy director for Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, will hold the department’s No. 2 job and report directly to Corporation Counsel Ed Siskel.

Hill, who oversees all 15 of the department’s divisions, has dealt with criminal justice issues for much of her career, including as a litigator at Loevy & Loevy, a plaintiffs firm that rose to prominence winning multimillion-dollar verdicts against the city for police misconduct.

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