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The Charleston School of Law seeks resumes for a full-time Assistant Dean for Academic Administration. The ideal candidate would be detail-oriented, very organized, and have excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as an understanding of the need for confidentiality.  The candidate would also be capable of handling projects individually and as a part of a team.  The position requires some flexibility in scheduling as well as a commitment to periodically work long and/or irregular hours especially during testing and exam periods.

Responsibilities include:

  • Administering certain academic policies, developing recommendations for courses of action, and then reporting those recommendations to the Academic Dean for his or her decision. The administrator would then implement those decisions.
  • Developing drafts of academic calendars, test and exam schedules, and class schedules for review by the Academic Dean.
  • Administering tests and exams, including making recommendations to the Academic Dean for decisions on student requests to reschedule tests on non-standard grounds.
  • Processing and posting grades and referring any requests for exceptions to the Academic Dean.
  • Participating in preparation of various required reporting, such as ABA questionnaires, and the SC Council on Higher Education (CHE), among others.
  • Providing immediate support and backup for the Academic Dean in daily functions.
  • Supervising support staff personnel in the Office of Academic Affairs.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  1. A JD or experience in Higher Education Administration is required.
  2. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required
  3. Organizational and problem-solving skills are required.

Charleston School of Law is an ABA fully accredited institution reinvigorating the study of law by offering a rich, comprehensive three-year program rooted in excellence. Our campus is located in the Upper King Street district of historic, downtown Charleston.

The Law School was founded in 2003 with a mission to instill the values of public service and professionalism in its graduates. Key goals for the Law School are student success and providing opportunities to historically underrepresented groups in the profession.

The Law School prides itself on having a talented and accessible faculty and staff. Princeton Review regularly ranks Charleston School of Law as a top institution for faculty accessibility, teaching quality, and resources for women. The School’s Faculty bring significant practice experience to the classroom and include former law firm partners, state and federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, corporate counsel, and military veterans. The Law School is dedicated to maintaining a diverse and inclusive community of students, faculty, and staff that fosters an appreciation for and understanding of people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Please send resumes to:

Laura Morse
Human Resources Administrator
Charleston School of Law

By email to:

lmorse@charlestonlaw.edu

Or by mail to:

P.O. Box 535
Charleston, SC 29402
Attn: Laura Morse

The Charleston School of Law is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, disability, or any other legally protected class.

Chief Financial Officer The Charleston School of Law seeks resumes for a full-time CFO responsible for the following:
  • Serve as CFO/Treasurer with responsibility for receipt of income, payment of obligations, accounting policies, procedures, and internal controls.
  • Serve on the Dean’s Senior Leadership team.
  • Plan and authorize expenditures, monitor overall budget and financial position of the school, coordinate annual budget process with Dean.
  • Advise the Dean on budget forecasts and assist with long-term financial planning.
  • Supervise the Bursar office functions including billing of tuition, receipt of tuition payments, recording of student loans, disbursing loan overages, and maintaining good student relationships. Maintain compliance with applicable regulations regarding receipt and disbursement of student loans as applies to Bursar function.
  • Supervise and monitor accounts payable function to ensure prompt and accurate payment of obligations and maintenance of vendor relationships. Monitor operating cash requirements, travel requests, and the use of company issued credit cards.
  • In coordination with the HR Department, payroll preparation, submission, review, and payroll system reporting. Review quarterly and annual payroll tax returns.
  • Manage and oversee relationship with independent auditors regarding the annual audit and tax filings. Prepare and submit information requested for the financial audit. Work with auditors to resolve questions. Submit completed audits by June 30 to Dept. of Education via EZ Audit System.
  • Ensure that employee and employer 401k contributions are accurately and timely submitted. Prepare annual questionnaires and reports as required by 401k plan for preparation of tax return and other filings.
  • Compile and prepare the financial areas of other required reports, such as the ABA Questionnaire, IPEDs; prepare and submit tax filings such as 1098-T forms, 1099’s and business licenses.
  • Review adjunct spreadsheet and contracts and supervise adjunct payments
Qualifications and Requirements:
  1. A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance is required. CPA Designation or Advanced Degree is required
  2. A minimum of 10 years’ Minimum of ten years related financial and business experience.
  3. Knowledge of QuickBooks, Excel, and financial statement preparation required. Collaborative management and working style, strong analytical and planning skills, knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, and attention to detail required.
Charleston School of Law is an ABA fully accredited institution reinvigorating the study of law by offering a rich, comprehensive three-year program rooted in excellence. Our campus is located in the Upper King Street district of historic, downtown Charleston. The Law School was founded in 2003 with a mission to instill the values of public service and professionalism in its graduates. Key goals for the Law School are student success and providing opportunities to historically underrepresented groups in the profession. The Law School prides itself on having a talented and accessible faculty and staff. Princeton Review regularly ranks Charleston School of Law as a top institution for faculty accessibility, teaching quality, and resources for women. The School’s Faculty bring significant practice experience to the classroom and include former law firm partners, state and federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, corporate counsel, and military veterans. The Law School is dedicated to maintaining a diverse and inclusive community of students, faculty, and staff that fosters an appreciation for and understanding of people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Please send resumes to: Laura Morse Human Resources Administrator P.O. Box 535 Charleston, SC 29402 Attn: Laura Morse

Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina welcomes applications for full-time, tenure-track faculty. The School of Law also welcomes applicants interested in a full-time visitorship. The School is presently looking for candidates interested in teaching one or more of the following subjects: Business Organizations; Sales; Secured Transactions; and, Tax. However, our curricular needs are flexible, and we welcome applications from all candidates whose teaching, service, or research interests will promote the School’s goals of excellent teaching, community service, diversity, and inclusion.

Ideal candidates will show commitment to becoming stellar teachers and passionate, enthusiastic colleagues, who are willing to invest considerable energy and effort in service and institution building by collaborating with the rest of the faculty to achieve excellence at the School of Law. We value candidates with practice experience who will bring the real world of lawyering to the classroom. We also value previous teaching experience, including as adjunct faculty, at a law school or college. However, completion of visiting assistant professor programs, fellowships, Ph.D. degrees, and LL.M. degrees are not prerequisites. We are looking, instead, for a demonstrated ability to grow into the role of teacher and scholar.

Charleston School of Law is an ABA fully-accredited institution reinvigorating the study of law by offering a rich, comprehensive three-year program rooted in excellence. Our campus is located in the Upper King Street district of historic, downtown Charleston, S.C., which Travel + Leisure Magazine named as the 2022 Number One Best City in the United States for the tenth consecutive year. The School of Law was founded in 2003 with a mission to instill the values of public service and professionalism in its graduates. Key goals for the School are student success and providing opportunities to historically underrepresented groups in the profession.

The School of Law prides itself on having a talented and accessible faculty and staff. Princeton Review regularly ranks Charleston School of Law as a top institution for faculty accessibility, teaching quality, and resources for women. The School’s Faculty bring significant practice experience to the classroom and include former law firm partners, state and federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, corporate counsel, and military veterans. Charleston School of Law is dedicated to maintaining a diverse and inclusive community of students, faculty, and staff that fosters an appreciation for and understanding of people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

 

Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining their interest in a position at Charleston School of Law specifically, the subjects the applicant would be interested in teaching, a curriculum vitae, research agenda, and any teaching evaluations received to the Committee on Faculty Recruitment, Retention & Inclusion at facultyrecruitment@charlestonlaw.edu. Review of applications is ongoing, although we recommend submission of materials as soon as possible. Should you have any questions for the Chair of the Committee, please feel free to email Dylan Malagrinò, Associate Dean for Faculty Research & Development and Professor of Law, at: dmalagrino@charlestonlaw.edu.

The Charleston School of Law is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, disability, or any other legally protected class.

Bell Legal Group is growing and looking to build out our Marketing and Communications team. We are looking for an experienced Marketing Director to work closely with leadership and external marketing partners to execute and optimize marketing activities and assist in making high-level decisions regarding campaigns. Responsibilities will include:
  • Reviewing campaign reports with external marketing partners to determine effectiveness of campaigns
  • Collaborate with internal and external teams to develop new or to optimize existing initiatives
  • Create client and stakeholder communications; execute communication in the form of memos, eblasts, etc.
  • Research competitors to stay current with similar offerings in the market
  • Assist with continued development and maintenance of the Bell Legal Group brand and image
  • Work with partner firms to ensure alignment of messaging and adherence to legal advertising guidelines
  • Work with partner firm vendors to ensure the successful flow of client information into Bell Legal Group CRM
Please submit resumes to kabernethy@belllegalgroup.com Job Type: Full-time Salary: From $50,000.00 per year Benefits: Health insurance Schedule:
  • 8 hour shift
  • Weekend availability
Ability to commute/relocate: Charleston, SC 29403: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (preferred) Education: Bachelor’s (required) Experience: Marketing: 3 years (required) Work Location: One location

The Charleston School of Law seeks resumes for the part-time position of Technical Services Assistant. The successful candidate must be detail-oriented, with strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.  The Technical Services Assistant will provide assistance to the Library Systems and Technical Services Specialist in the maintenance of the law library’s materials.  This position will add, label, and shelve new resources for the library collections, assist in projects pertaining to the maintenance of library materials and the electronic catalog, as well as sort and label incoming mail.  This role is also responsible for performing routine shelf checks and collection management.   

Qualifications and Requirements: 

  1. High school degree is required. Enrollment in higher education is preferred; 
  2. Someone who is detail-oriented and enjoys being involved in projects from beginning to end;
  3. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and other computer skills; 
  4. Strong and accurate oral and written communication skills; 
  5. Organizational skills, time management, a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality are essential; 
  6. Ability to take direction and work effectively with others as a team player; 
  7. Prior formal or informal training experience.  

Please send resumes to: 

LAURA MORSE / HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR

Or by mail to:

P.O. Box 535
Charleston, South Carolina 29402
Attn: Laura Morse

The Charleston School of Law is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, disability, or any other legally protected class.