The Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director, to become effective Sept. 3, 2013. Applicants should have a strong interest in continuing legal education. Salary is negotiable.
The Institute is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and produces a schedule of continuing legal education programs of at least 175 seminars annually for attorneys in the State Bar of Georgia. The Executive Director supervises the entire operation, including a staff of 20 employees. Applicants must be a member in good standing of the State Bar of Georgia, must have a minimum of five years of law practice experience, extensive managerial experience and at least 10 years experience in all phases of continuing legal education operations to include program planning and execution, budget preparation and execution and personnel management. Extensive travel is required.
The Executive Director must work with the 27-member Board of Trustees, the deans of the five accredited law schools in the state, and the officers of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as chairpersons of 46 sections of the Bar and program chairpersons. Salary is negotiable.
The Institute is an educational organization that has been the primary provider of CLE programs for Georgia attorneys for more than 45 years and is an equal opportunity employer. The Institute is located in Athens, Ga., and is part of the University of Georgia School of Law.