The candidate will provide administrative and clerical support to attorney(s) in order to enhance office effectiveness and facilitate the delivery of legal services. Will administer attorney(s)’ calendar, makes scheduling arrangements, and orchestrates travel plans as necessary. Collects, researches, organizes, and analyzes data, documentation, legal precedent, and applicable statutes. Composes and edits internal correspondence. Prepares and processes leg... read more
Adjunct - Paralegal Studies
The candidate should be passionate educators who can facilitate the needs of diverse 21st century learners. Should have some college-level teaching experience, a high level of computer literacy, and a commitment to teaching at a state/community college. Candidates should demonstrate (1) a mastery of their specific discipline; (2) a deep commitment to the college mission of fostering student success, achievement and persistence; (3) technology c... read more
Adjunct/Lecturer, Legal Studies Institute, Temporary
Candidate will teach various courses for the Legal Studies Institute as needed.
Must have JD Degree/Paralegal or Specialized Degree as applicable for special courses. Desired: Meet experience requirements as needed per individual legal studies course.
Close Date: 11/01/2020 read more
Adjunct Faculty, Translation And Interpretation (Spanish Track)
The candidate's duties will include : To teach courses in lecture and laboratory sections. Evaluates and advises students. Participates in department and College affairs; Develops curricula; Recruits students; Serves on committees; Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Master's Degree in Translation/Interpretation and two years of relevant work experience; or Master's degree in Linguistics, Spanish, Hea...
Adjunct Faculty, Hospitality Law (BAS), Part-Time
Candidate will teache upper-division Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Hospitality Management courses to students pursuing a Bachelor Degree. Teaches lecture and laboratory sections. Evaluates and advises students. Develops curricula. Maintains department standards. Recruits and participates in retention of students. Serves on committees. Performs other duties as assigned.
Candidate will teach various Law Courses as needed including clinical, trial ad, and externship. Must have JD Degree and FL Bar License. Meet experience requirements as needed per individual law course is desired.
Close Date: 11/03/2021
Adjunct/Lecturer, Political Science and/or International Relations
Duties: Review course materials, catalog description, course objectives and learning outcomes, and syllabi prepared by full-time faculty; Develop course syllabus and outline to conform with university standards, department expectations and university class meeting schedule; Provide associate chair/mentor and department office manager with copy of course syllabus not later than three weeks before the beginni...
The candidate will build and nurture relationships with key administrators, faculty, student organizations and advisors to increase the company's visibility and brand recognition on campus. Will conduct informational presentations on law school campuses and in the community. Represent the company at events, fairs, and forums. Provide leadership, motivation and direction to student representative teams. Identify new activities to promote growth in the area...
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Instructor - Paralegal Program
The candidate must have a Law Degree from an accredited institution and 5+ years of experience in the legal field. Duties include developing curriculum and course instruction. Applicant must be available to teach evenings and/or weekends. Excellent English skills, verbal and written, required.
Lecturer - Part-time
The candidate should possess a strong practice background, a record of scholarship or public service and an enthusiasm for teaching. Must have minimum requirement are a JD degree and 2 years of experience or comparable.
Faculty ( Rank TBD) - Health Science
Duties: Teach within the Bachelor, Master and Doctor of Health Science Programs in the classroom and online. Select teaching and evaluation strategies appropriate to the students and setting. Present ideas clearly. Create a climate that is conducive to learning. Provide and maintain a reliable schedule of office hours for student advising, tutoring, remediation, and consultation. Participate in department, college-wide, and university-w...
Legal Studies Faculty
Duties: Teach a combination of eight undergraduate/graduate course sections per year in various formats as necessary (on campus days, on-campus evenings, off-campus, online, etc.). Participate in curriculum or program development, as assigned. Be accessible to students according to College guidelines; maintain regular office hours for student advising and consultation. Serve and contribute to appropriate College and University committees. Contribute t...
BAR Curriculum Content Developer – PT
The candidate will assist Bar Review team with developing test preparation examination content in conformity with each state board of bar examiner's guidelines and procedures. Job Responsibilities: Reviewing and revising existing Bar content materials, including multiple-choice questions, essay answers, print books, and other curriculum content. Assisting with the creation of new multiple-choice questions and answers, essay answers, ...
Adjunct - Paralegal Studies
Should have some college-level teaching experience, a high level of computer literacy, and a commitment to teaching at a state/community college. Should demonstrate a mastery of their specific discipline; a deep commitment to the college mission of fostering student success, achievement and persistence; technology competencies as well as teaching/counseling skills and strategies that facilitate 21st century literacies; the use of resources that ... read more