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  • Tuesday, August 09, 2016 1:53 PM | Anonymous

    Nova Southeastern University College of Law has an opening for an Instructor in the Critical Skills Program and is seeking applicants for the position immediately.  If you have an interest in a teaching position, I urge you to apply.  This is a non-tenure track, full time teaching position focusing on academic support and bar preparation for all students in the law school.  It requires teaching, curriculum development, and participation in workshops that support the program’s goals.  NSU is committed to diversity in its hiring.

    Position Information 

    Job Title Critical Skills Instructor

    Position Number 995033

    Center Shepard Broad College of Law

    Location Main Campus, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

    Job Open Date 07212016

    Job Close Date Open Until Filled

    Job Category Exempt

    Hiring Range: Commensurate with Experience

    Pay Basis Annually

    Subject to Grant Funding?: No

    Job Grade/level: 87

    Type of Shift Non-Faculty Full time

    Benefits Eligible Reg FT w/Benefits

    Primary Purpose:

    Provide academic support, implement instructional programs, and supervise the part-time (adjunct) instructors of the Critical Skills Program, under the guidance and approval of the Associate Dean.

    1. The first priority of all members of the College of Law is to serve our clients, the applicants, students, and alumni. Therefore, Instructors will not be limited by this job description but will perform whatever tasks are assigned by supervisor(s). Instructors will be readily available, visible, and accessible to students and other constituents of the College of Law. Primary responsibilities will be teaching and providing academic support to the students.

    2. Teaches courses assigned through the academic support program.

    3. Regularly assists with designing and presenting the various workshops and instructional segments for the program on preparing for and succeeding in law school.

    4. Supervises part-time (adjunct) instructors when needed.

    5. Directs and facilitates additional small group and individualized instruction by part-time (adjunct) instructors with students in the program.

    6. Monitors attendance and participates in academic support sessions on an ongoing basis to maintain the quality of the program.

    7. Meets regularly with the Associate Dean and coordinates faculty assistance for skills workshops. Identifies and collaborates with faculty interested in assessing, improving and critiquing student skills development.

    Essential Job Functions:

    8. Interacts with students informally and formally on a regular basis to collect helpful feedback from students.

    9. Coordinates with Student Affairs to monitor and assist students with academic difficulties.

    10. Communicates with the program's personnel to receive information about students who require personal counseling and advice about attending and benefiting from the program.

    11. Coordinates and creates structures for the integration of law school and communitywide resources to facilitate the delivery and development of the bar examination initiative across the curriculum.

    12. Conducts, publicizes and coordinates all Skills Workshops.

    13. Maintains and updates links to the exam bank website and the online learning support center website on an ongoing basis. Coordinates and establishes teaching support platform online using internet resources including newsgroups.

    14. Oversees materials on reserve in the onsite library for use by law students and parttime instructors, including academic and bar review materials, articles on academic support programs, law teaching, bar examinations, legal education advances, and related topics.

    15. Conducts research in appropriate, related areas.

    16. Ensures compliance with University policies and procedures, county, state and federal regulations, and accreditation requirements.

    17. At certain times during the academic year, this position demands some work on evenings and weekends. Evening hours will be expected to accommodate the evening program students.

    18. Other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Critical Skills Programs.

    Marginal Job Functions:

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

    1. Adequate knowledge of and familiarity with the content and academic requirements of first year law school courses and law related skills to respond to the academic needs of first year law students.

    2. Excellent research and internet skills.

    3. Excellent organizational and communication skills, both oral and written.

    4. A history evidencing high self motivation, a capacity and willingness to work hard, and strong leadership and interpersonal skills.

    5. Proficiency in Word. 

    Required Education Juris Doctorate 

    Required Experience: Two (2) years' experience in the practice of law, or the equivalent experience, is required.

    Preferred Qualifications: 

    1. Bar membership and experience in the areas of study skills, reading or expository writing.

    2. Previous successful work experience in an academic environment. 

    Is this a safety sensitive position (are applicants potentially subject to drug testing)? 


    Does this position require a criminal background screening? No

    Quick Link: www.nsujobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=80315



  • Tuesday, August 09, 2016 1:48 PM | Anonymous

    The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program is currently seeking an experienced administrator to act as a liaison for mentors, schools and the WOT program. A minimum 3 years professional experience is required. The job is based in the Miami Headquarters.

    Salary: $35,000-40,000

    Please email your cover letter and resume to HR@womenoftomorrow.org, subject line: Program Coordinator. For a more complete description see below. No telephone calls please.

    The successful candidate will report to the Director of South Florida, and will be based in our head office, located in downtown Miami. The main areas of responsibility are:

    • Manage Mentor Referrals, assignments, and renewal processes
    • Annually confirm program participation with Principals and solicit participation of new
    • Maintain accurate records of all schools participating in our program
    • Establish and maintain regular contact with School Coordinators and Mentors and provide
      ongoing support
    • Facilitate and track collection of all Mentee, School and School Coordinator data
    • Manage and track Scholarship Application process
    • Coordinate, facilitate and chaperone career-focused field trips and specialized college
      campus visits

    The individual should possess:

    • Excellent inter-personal skills
    • Strong administrative and communication skills
    • The ability to adhere to the confidential requirements of this position
    • A reliable motor vehicle and the ability to travel within South Florida
    • The ability to work full days, and occasionally evenings and weekends
    • Be versed in Microsoft Office especially Excel 
  • Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:53 AM | Anonymous


    Minimum Qualifications

    Master's degree in Library Science or related program from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited graduate school.  One year of professional experience as a law librarian to include experience with written legal research and legal research databases is required. Computer skills with website software and catalog software are preferred.  Good written and communication skills are desired.  Knowledge of Spanish and/or Creole is preferred

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  • Monday, November 09, 2015 4:16 PM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)

    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    We are recruiting an adjunct professor to teach this course for the Fall 2016 semester.

    ALSV Workshop-This course introduces students to the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Students will learn practical aspects related to drafting the various portions of a patent application, as well as advocating before the USPTO during the prosecution of the application.

    Anyone who may be interested in being considered for this position should contact Richard Grosso, Professor of Law and Chair, Adjuncts Committee, at grossor@nsu.law.nova.edu or 954-262-6140. 

  • Monday, November 09, 2015 4:12 PM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)

    Fort Lauderdale, FL 

    We are recruiting an adjunct professor to teach this course for the Fall 2016 semester.

    ALSV Workshop-This course helps student understand the fundamental elements of an intellectual property license, explore the best practices regarding the creation and protection of intellectual property rights, and develop an understanding of best practices regarding intellectual property based transactions. Through drafting and simulation exercises, the students will develop these skills and identify strategies for effective negotiation of these intellectual property rights.

    Anyone who may be interested in being considered for this position should contact Richard Grosso, Professor of Law and Chair, Adjuncts Committee, at grossor@nsu.law.nova.edu or 954-262-6140.

  • Monday, November 09, 2015 4:06 PM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)

    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    We are seeking to hire several lawyers to work as adjunct consultants with our online programs, beginning with the upcoming winter 2016 semester, which begins in January, 2016 but extends to subsequent semesters. These adjuncts would work in our online capstone course - Individual Research Project. Resume

    The class is set up as a small class, typically comprised of 8 students. A professor runs the class, working on the legal writing aspect of the projects with the students, and being responsible for all grading and other aspects of the course. In other words, the professor leads the class, and the adjunct professors act as consultants, helping the students develop their topics in their specific field of health law, education law or employment law. The adjunct consultants do things like attend online chat sessions, review and comment on students work products, communicate with students about their work, etc. The online courses involve generally 2-5 live e-chat sessions, depending on the course, which are scheduled by the professor, the consultant, and the students, based on the work schedules. The majority of the time schedule requirements for the consultant are flexible, involving phone calls, Blackboard work, and GoToMeeting work and email correspondence. The students are working professionals so the live sessions will be in the evening and the phone calls or contact with the students will likely be in the evening as well.

    The consultants are do not prepare syllabi, lesson plans, or assign grades. Those tasks are performed by the professor.

    The courses run over two terms, and each term is 10 weeks long. Part 1 is graded pass/fail, with students working on completing a substantial outline of their research project, which is then

    completed during the second term. Completed papers are presented online using GoToMeeting. The adjunct stays with the class/students for both parts.

    The course is taught in two parts and runs over 2 terms with the same group of students. The pay for each term/part is $500 apiece.

    The adjuncts are needed for 3 substantive programs (Education Law, Health Law, and Employment Law).

    Because the program is taught entirely online, we are not geographically restricted to practitioners in South Florida.

    More information on these online courses can be found on our website at:


    Anyone who may be interested in being considered for these positions should contact Richard Grosso, Professor of Law and Chair, Adjuncts Committee, at grossor@nsu.law.nova.edu or 954-262-6140.

  • Friday, August 21, 2015 6:19 AM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)

    West Palm Beach, Florida


    Wilson Elser's West Palm Beach office currently seeks a Defense Litigation Associate Attorney who possesses the below.


    ·         JD from accredited Law School

    ·         Must be admitted to practice in Florida

    ·         1 - 3 years of litigation experience

    ·         Defense litigation and insurance defense experience is preferred

    ·         Excellent research, writing, and communications skills

    ·         Legal project management experience is helpful

    If your background and experience align with these qualifications and you want to advance your career with one of the nation's leading law firms, please send your credentials to AttorneyRecruiting@wilsonelser.com and indicate West Palm Beach Defense Litigation Associate Attorney in the subject line, or click here to apply.

    Our attorneys benefit from the many resources afforded by a large firm. They enjoy a team structure that relies heavily on client-facing, hands-on experience. They are encouraged to take advantage of our National Attorney Training program and in-house continuing legal education (CLE) series. 

    Wilson Elser is a full-service law firm with nearly 800 attorneys in 27 offices throughout the United States. The firm is one of the largest and most influential in the nation, ranking in the Am Law 200 and in the top 50 of the National Law Journal 250. 

    We are committed to cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity as a fundamental value. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minorities and Women are encouraged to apply.

  • Thursday, August 20, 2015 10:49 AM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)


    Staff Attorney - HIM Unit


    Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc., (Legal Services) seeks a staff attorney with a commitment to and passion for the rights of low-income clients. The attorney will be responsible for his or her own caseload and will be required to conduct client intake - both on the phone and in-person and home visits, as well as community education and client outreach events. The attorney will represent clients mainly in administrative hearings, including unemployment compensation; draft legal memos; and represent clients with public benefits cases, including Medicaid and Food Stamps.

    Job description is available at our website. http://legalservicesmiami.org/who-we-are/careers/. Legal Services is accepting applications from barred attorneys as well as recent graduates.

    Bilingual capability (Spanish or Haitian Creole) preferred. Excellent benefits and salary. EOE. All applications consisting of resumes, cover letters detailing your interest in working at Legal Services, and writing samples must be submitted via email to Papps@LSGMI.ORG.

  • Thursday, August 20, 2015 10:47 AM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)


    Staff Attorney - Mortgage Foreclosure Unit

    Main Office

    Legal Services seeks an attorney to work in its Homeowner and Consumer Rights Project. This Project provides the full range of legal services to assist homeowners at risk of mortgage foreclosure, and to defend mortgage foreclosure actions, including initiation of Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, loan modifications and rescission actions pursuant to the Home Owner Equity Protection Act and the Truth in Lending Act, representation to resolve mortgage fraud problems such as mortgage cancellation and rescission, quiet title actions and Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act cases.

    The project also protects people from unfair financial practices by representing consumers in debt collection defense cases, defending against improper garnishment of wages or bank accounts and representing in cases involving used automobiles with a focus on financing, unfair and deceptive sales practices, warranty and odometer law violations.

    The attorney will be responsible for his or her own caseload.

    The attorney's duties include drafting pleadings, conducting depositions, and representing clients in court. This project involves significant litigation. However, the attorney will also be required to conduct client intake, home visits, and client outreach and attend community education events. We are seeking an attorney with a commitment to and passion for the rights of low-income clients.

    Job description is available at our website. http://legalservicesmiami.org/who-we-are/careers/ Bilingual capability (Spanish or Haitian Creole) preferred. Excellent benefits and salary. EOE. All applications consisting of resumes, cover letters detailing your interest in working at Legal Services, and writing samples must be submitted via email to Papps@LSGMI.ORG.

  • Thursday, August 20, 2015 10:46 AM | GSCBWLA Admin (Administrator)

    ENTRY LEVEL POSITION (0‐3 years experience) 




    Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. (Legal Services) seeks a 0‐3 year staff attorney for the Affordable Housing and Community Economic Development Unit (CED) with a commitment to and passion for the rights of the low income community. 

    The CED Unit assists eligible non‐profit corporations and community groups in creating and preserving affordable housing in Miami‐Dade County. In addition the CED Unit provides general corporate counsel to non‐profit corporations engaged in job creation, the development of community based development strategies, educational services to the low‐income youth, and social and economic justice in the low income communities of Miami‐Dade County.  

    Attorneys  in  this  unit  provide  counsel  in  the  areas  of  real  estate  development  including  pre‐development  coordination  and  title  and  loan  closings,  the  drafting  and  negotiation  of  contracts, affordable  housing  financing  (public  and  private),  regulatory  representation  and  negotiations  with governmental  authorities,  advice  and  counsel  with  regard  to  public  and  private  funding  for  capital projects, corporate, and tax advice, corporate formation, including incorporation, obtaining tax‐exempt status and organizational structuring. 

    The attorney will be responsible for his or her own caseload but will have ample supervision. Staff 

    Attorney Job description available at www.legalservicesmiami.org. 

    Applications will be accepted from admitted attorneys and recent graduates. Florida Bar license is a requirement.  Bilingual capability (Spanish or Haitian Creole) and previous experience with transactional legal work and a willingness to represent clients in real estate litigation including foreclosure defense and bankruptcy is preferred. Excellent benefits and salary. EOE. 

    Submit application consisting of cover letter detailing your interest in working at Legal Services, resume and writing sample via email to Papps@LSGMI.ORG. 

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