The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Legal Resources to work with the Director of Legal Resources and other attorneys to provide legal resources to its members.
Primary duties include: Management of online legal resources and implementation of innovative ways to provide resources through new technologies; development (with instructors) of content for, and management of, online courses; development and implementation of other selected continuing legal education programming, including live workshops and webinars; and assistance in collaborative programming efforts with other higher education associations and on outreach to governmental agencies (note that NACUA does not engage in any lobbying activities). Additional duties include: assistance in development and implementation of the NACUA Annual Conference and other educational initiatives; and handling special projects as assigned.
Requirements: J.D. degree from accredited law school and current law license; excellent legal research, analysis, and writing skills; ability to manage effectively multiple and competing priorities simultaneously; excellent organizational skills; interest in and strong understanding of new and existing technologies to enhance legal resources; and excellent interpersonal and communications skills, including ability to work cooperatively in a team-oriented, fast-paced work environment and with member volunteers and other staff.
Additional experience preferred: Continuing legal education (CLE) program planning and familiarity with higher education legal issues.
Additional Salary Information: Additional Salary Information: Salary range: between $110,000 and $117,000, depending on experience, with excellent benefits.
About National Association of College and University Attorneys
The Association's purpose is to enhance legal assistance to colleges and universities by educating attorneys and administrators as to the nature of campus legal issues. It has an equally important role to play in the continuing legal education of university counsel. In addition, NACUA produces legal resources, offers continuing legal education programming, maintains a listserv (NACUANET) and a variety of member-only web-based resources pages, and operates a clearinghouse through which attorneys on campuses are able to share resources, knowledge and work products on current legal concerns and interests.