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775 ILCS 40/30

    (775 ILCS 40/30)
    Sec. 30. Director and other staff. The Commission shall employ a Director. The Director shall be an attorney licensed to practice in Illinois at the time of appointment and at all times during service as Director. The Director shall assist the Commission in developing rules and standards for cases accepted for review, coordinate investigation of cases accepted for review, maintain records for all case investigations, prepare reports outlining Commission investigations and recommendations to the trial court, and apply for and accept on behalf of the Commission any funds that may become available from government grants, private gifts, donations, or bequests from any source.
    Subject to the approval of the Chair, the Director shall employ such other staff and shall contract for services as is necessary to assist the Commission in the performance of its duties, and as funds permit.
    The Commission may meet in an area provided by the Illinois Human Rights Commission, or any other State agency. The Illinois Human Rights Commission shall provide, directly or through any other State agency, office space for the Commission and the Commission staff.
(Source: P.A. 96-223, eff. 8-10-09.)