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Provides a variety of administrative support services, primarily involving customer service, to the Lawyer Referral & Information Service (LRIS) Department. Involves fielding a high volume of incoming telephone contacts with the public and other organizations outside the State Bar, predominantly for informational purposes. Also responsible for LRIS attorney member support and payments processing services.
This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in office at the discretion of employer.
The Director of Finance is responsible for managing all aspects of the Finance Department of the Texas Access to Justice Foundation, including supervising finance staff, managing the full cycle of accounting functions and adherence with Generally Accepting Accounting Principles (GAAP), overseeing all investment activities, and coordinating with positions throughout the Foundation to create timely, accurate reports for grantors and other stakeholders.
In addition to the typical accounting and finance functions, the Director of Finance oversees Annual IOLTA Compliance for attorneys and firms, manages grantee’s fiscal desk reviews, and manages IT functions for the Foundation. The Director of Finance serves as a resource for the Executive Director, Grants Department, and grantees for issues regarding the financial health of grantees and for new financial opportunities/risks for the Foundation.
Develops and implements initiatives of the State Bar to improve access to justice for low-income Texans. Provides research and recommendations to the State Bar, Texas Legislature, Texas Supreme Court on statutes, rules, and policies that impact low-income Texans in the civil justice system. Drafts legislation, rules, policies, and procedures to reduce barriers to the judicial system. Is the point of contact for statewide stakeholders on all pro bono related issues.
The State Bar of Texas is seeking a public affairs director to manage its media relations and public resources programs. This position plays a vital role in the State Bar’s efforts to increase public understanding of the legal and judicial system and the State Bar’s role in the system. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule.
Represents the Texas Commission for Lawyer Discipline in attorney discipline proceedings in District Courts, the Supreme Court’s Board of Disciplinary Appeals, and before District Grievance Committees. Provides ethical direction to State Bar members. This position involves frequent contact with State Bar departments, as well as with outside agencies and organizations, and with complainants and respondent attorneys. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in office at the discretion of employer.
Represents the Commission for Lawyer Discipline during the attorney disciplinary process, both administratively and in the courts. May occasionally represent the State Bar of Texas in litigation. Provides ethical direction to the State Bar members. Involves frequent contact with State Bar departments, complainants, respondents, and other outside agencies and organizations.
Develops and implements initiatives of the State Bar of Texas and the Texas Access to Justice Commission to improve access to justice for low-income Texans.
Texas Bar Books publishes law books in both traditional and electronic formats. This position is responsible for planning and managing 50+ book committee meetings each year, including management and reconciliation of invoices, housing, food & beverage, audio-visual, and other meeting logistics. Acts as primary contact for Law Practice Management requests and inquiries. Responsible for collecting and preparing for distribution all author drafts and other materials for each meeting. Responsible for processing all departmental payables. Involves frequent contact with State Bar departments and committees, attorneys, judges, and the public, primarily for informational purposes. This individual works under the general supervision of the Assistant Director.
Performs routine and non-routine, scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance and repairs of the building, equipment and mechanical systems for the State Bar of Texas. Works under the general supervision of the Facilities Manager. Involves frequent contact with other staff members of the State Bar and occasional contact with outside maintenance and service personnel.
Provides a variety of legal and administrative support services to the Chief Disciplinary Counsel’s office. This position involves frequent contact with other departments of the State Bar, its members, and the public.
Assists Program Attorneys, Program Planners, and Program Coordinators as needed. Primarily responsible for several aspects of course material production and support of volunteers related to the delivery of continuing legal education (CLE) products and services. Support of volunteers includes but is not limited to formatting and processing of articles submitted for seminar books, processing speaker and author evaluations, conveying evaluation results to staff and volunteers, compiling materials for program participants, proofing and ordering course materials, data entry of course information, and some correspondence. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in office at the discretion of employer.
The Program Administrator administers the Law Practice Management program in the Law Practice Management Department. The Program Administrator works with the Law Practice Management Committee to develop innovative, useful resources that assist Texas attorneys in developing and managing their law practices. The Program Administrator also manages content on practice management issues for the texasbarpractice.com website and answers practice management questions from members of the Bar. Involves contact with volunteer lawyers, judges, and professors as well as frequent contact with State Bar departments, committees, and the public. Reports directly to the Director of the Law Practice Management Department.This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule.
Manage, coordinate and perform the activities related to the maintenance of the Texas Law Center and the contents related to the mechanical functioning, including the grounds. Keep all mechanical systems in working order and operating within applicable safety and fire regulations, as well as federal, state and local building codes. Ensure the Texas Law Center, including the grounds, provides a safe, comfortable environment for members, visitors, staff and the public.
This position performs a variety of accounting functions, manages the loan assistance program, and performs entry-level financial examination work.
An Audio Video Specialist provides video production and audio-visual services for TexasBarCLE and other entities of the State Bar. This position is part of a team that provides audio-visual support and records over 90 live CLE seminars each year. Responsible for the recording, editng, and delivery of online video content. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in office at the discretion of employer.