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Higher Education Associate

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Law Firm

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Years of Experience

2-4 yrs required


Denver, CO

Date Last Verified

Mar 11,2018

Posted on

Mar 09,2018
Practice Area
Education >> Education
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Seeking Higher Education Associate with 2-4 years of experience working in a university or college general counsel’s office or equivalent experience as outside general counsel to higher education institutions. The candidate will work with other attorneys in Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education business unit serving a range of public and private colleges and universities throughout the United States. This is not a litigation position, although it will involve pre-litigation advising on routine student affairs and labor and Must have a general background in higher education law, with experience in accreditation, Title IV (federal financial aid), Title IX, the Clery Act, and the ADA/Section 504. Must have a strong academic record, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with a team, effectively handle multiple projects at the same time, respond effectively and promptly to emergent client needs, be comfortable with public speaking, and be an excellent writer. Must have a Missouri Bar license (or a license in the state for which they are applying to work) or commit to obtaining one as soon as possible.

Additional info

Ref. No.: 1093. Send a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Husch Blackwell LLP
1700 Lincoln Street
Suite 4700
Denver, CO 80203


"Perfect for Long Term"

Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017

The only thing that could be improved is the hiring process which took more than a week with little to no notification during it.

Pros : This firm has a very flexible schedule and extremely competitive pay. It was awarded the Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality.
Cons : The biggest con with this firm is the way they keep track of your time. It's done in six minute increments which is very odd.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee