The National Association of College and University Attorneys seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Legal Resources to work with the Director of Legal Resources and other attorneys in the development and implementation of the Association's legal resources and programming.
Primary duties include: providing direct oversight of development and delivery of continuing legal education (CLE) programming for workshops and webinars; planning and implementation of NACUA’s annual conference; and providing staffing assistance in providing legal resources to members in response to their questions.
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for managing the development and implementation of the NACUA Annual Conference, including regular interaction with volunteer member committee responsible for planning the Annual Conference and with other NACUA departments involved in its implementation.
Develops and implements selected NACUA continuing legal education programming, including CLE workshops and webinars.
Assists in collaborative programming efforts between NACUA and other higher education associations and on external outreach to governmental agencies regarding issues of interest to NACUA members.
Assists in responding to requests from individual members for Legal Resources.
Assists in responding to unanswered requests to NACUANET by providing NACUA resources.
Serves as staff liaison to Committee on Legal Education, Committee on Program for the Annual Conference, and other groups as needed.
Works on special projects and assumes additional responsibilities as assigned by Director of Legal Resources.
Participates in weekly meetings of the NACUA staff responsible for implementing the Annual Conference, CLE workshops, and other NACUA programming.
Participates in weekly meeting with Director of Legal Resources and other Assistant Directors.
Participates in staff leadership meetings and works with fellow leaders to implement the annual work plan of the association.
Requirements: J.D. degree from accredited law school and current law license; excellent legal research, analysis, and writing skills; ability to work with minimum supervision while working on multiple and competing priorities simultaneously; excellent organizational skills; excellent interpersonal and communications skills, including ability to work cooperatively in a team-oriented, fast-paced work environment and with member volunteers; and proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and with the efficient use of other technology tools in handling workflow, online polls, and similar tasks.
Additional experience preferred: continuing legal education (CLE) program planning, particularly with volunteers; familiarity with higher education legal issues.
About National Association of College and University Attorneys
The Association's mission is to advance the effective practice of higher education attorneys for the benefit of the colleges and universities they serve. It has an equally important role to play in the continuing legal education of university counsel.