Reporting to the Law School Dean, this professional oversees all aspects of Academic Affairs at the Law School by
recommending faculty and adjunct teaching assignments; prepares the schedules of course offerings for the Fall, Spring and Summer terms;
works with the faculty to receive and approve course syllabi; oversees the administration of exams and approval of all grades submitted
by faculty; oversees all aspects of student academic programs and monitors students’ academic progress, including the evaluation of
students’ records for academic supervision, probation, and dismissal; and administers the Honor Code.
Oversees the law school’s curricular goals and academic programs by:
program needs and establishing priorities for the curriculum.
- Engaging in strategic and operational planning to evaluate options and
initiate strategies for resolution of issues.
- Analyzing and implementing policies and procedures.
- Developing solutions to
issues raised by faculty, staff and students using a comprehensive knowledge of Law School, University, and ABA policies and
- Setting the annual Academic Calendar for the Law School and preparing the course schedules and faculty teaching
assignments for each semester I term for approval by the Dean.
- Identifying and interviewing new prospective adjuncts and
making hiring recommendations to the Dean.
- Reviewing and approving all exams in advance of their administration for purposes of
determining that the exams are sufficiently clear, complex, rigorous and error free.
- Reviewing and approving all grades in advance
of posting .
Works closely with the Dean by:
- Serving as the Dean’s number one point person, or
second in command, on matters related to general operations, human resources, and finances and assisting in the leadership necessary
to fulfill the mission and goals of the Law School.
- Standing in for the Dean at events such as Open House, Admitted Students Day,
- Dealing effectively with sensitive and confidential issues.
- Keeping abreast of formal and informal ABA standards and
Works collaboratively with all Associate and Assistant Deans and Department Directors by:
- Leading, guiding, directing, and evaluating the work of the other administrators to ensure that the various units of the Law School
meets and exceed its goals.
- Meeting with administrators to discuss goals, challenges, new ideas for improvement and to coordinate
inter-office responses and efforts.
- Supervising the Registrar and directing the work of the office.
the academic progress of students by:
- Reviewing students’ academic standing after each semester to determine the need
to have them placed on academic supervision, on probation, or dismissed.
- Preparing all dismissal and probation letters to
- Reviewing the transcripts of all prospective graduates for verification of their satisfaction of all degree requirements
and authorizing the posting of the degree.
Administers the Honor Code by:
- Receiving Honor Code
complaints and conducting initial investigations in accordance with the Code.
- Ensuring that all Complaints are processed according
to the rules in a timely fashion; notifying all accused students of the disposition of their cases and keeping official
- Responding to inquiries from Bar Authorities regarding information on Honor Code by students and graduates.
Drafts reports, prepares surveys, writes descriptions, and maintains records on behalf of Dean’s Office by:
accreditation reports, statistics, and committee work for SACS, ABA, and AALS.
- Serving as the Law School’s Administrator for the
preparation and submission of the ABA’ s Annual Questionnaire, Employment Questionnaire, and Bar Passage Questionnaire.
one course per semester, when and as needed, while maintaining regular full-time administrative
- JD required.
- Five to eight years of appropriate administrative
experience with a school of law.
- Ability to analyze program needs and implement regulations, policies and procedures in a wide
variety of contexts.
- Ability to effectively articulate and advance organizational goals. Ability to produce substantial reports and
make effective presentations.
- Demonstrated knowledge of programs and strategies that enhance academic programs and support the
academic retention and success of students.
- Skilled in maintaining an open line of communication with practicing attorneys and
judges to ensure that the Law School can hire adjuncts who are specialized in their areas of practice.
Barry University offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time employees that includes health, dental, vision, life
insurance, retirement, tuition assistance, paid time off and work/life balance initiatives such as wellness programs, spirituality in the
workplace, and training and development.
Barry University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work
Barry University offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, retirement, tuition assistance, paid time off and work/life balance initiatives such as wellness programs, spirituality in the workplace and training and development.
Barry University is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Barry University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Barry University does not discriminate applicants or employees for terms of employment on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, familial status, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability status, veteran status or any other terms prohibited under county ordinance, state or federal law.
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