Updated: April 09 2018

Illinois - Attorney General

The Attorney General is the state’s chief legal officer and is responsible for protecting the public interest of the state and its people.
The job of the Attorney General is to:
1) Advocate on behalf of all of the people of Illinois;
2) Legislate with members of the General Assembly for new laws; and
3) Litigate to ensure state laws are followed and respected.
4) The Attorney General provides services that cover a broad range of issues, reaching every corner of Illinois.

Primary Address

Illinois - Attorney General
500 South Second Street,
Springfield, IL 62706
Phone: (217) 782-1090
Web: http://www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/

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