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Responsibilities : The candidate will be posting faculty guidance and expectations. Participating in classroom discussion boards. Grading assignments and responding to student inquiries. Providing timely feedback to students’ questions and concerns. Place a strong emphasis on student-centered learning. Collaborates with other University departments to ensure a positive overall experience for all University students.
The candidate will prepare, research and draft legal documents on behalf of clients. Advise clients on business and legal transactions. Represent clients in negotiations, litigation, and administrative matters. Comply with all legal standards and regulations. Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law. Must have 3-7 years previous experience in education or labor law. Strong analytical and problem solving skills are ne...
Reference Librarian for Education
The candidate provides excellent customer service and legal reference to the public. Develops and leads the Library’s public and in-house education programs. Perform circulation functions, money transactions, and assist patrons with copier and computer usage while performing iDesk duties. Develops and leads the Library’s public education program. This includes everything from basic civics courses for non-attorneys, legal resources for ...
Assistant Director, Academic Success and Bar Programs
The candidate will aid the Director in the Continued Development and Management of the Academic Success and Bar Preparation Programming. Will review and improve upon current academic support programs for first year students including first year academic success fellows, 1L study groups, study skills workshops, and early outreach programs, including development of programming collateral materials, handouts, web resources...