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Provides a variety of general administrative support services to the Chief Disciplinary Counsel’s office and serves as the first point of contact for the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel. This front-line position must be knowledgeable about all aspects of the services provided by and work of the department and organization in order to respond to the myriad of questions from callers and refer callers to the appropriate individuals in the organization. This position also supports the Office of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel handling various administrative responsibilites and is cross-trained to handle legal secretary responsibilities as needed. Involves frequent contact with the public, State Bar membership, State Bar staff, and individuals and organizations outside the State Bar.
Performs highly responsible work with the creation, preparation and maintenance of the accounts payable system, related reports and records. Works under the general direction of the Director of Accounting with latitude for use of initiative and independent judgment in accomplishing job.
Serves as the Deputy to the Executive Director of the Texas Access to Justice Commission (Commission) and the State Bar of Texas Legal Access Department (LAD). As directed by the Executive Director, the Deputy assists in implementing plans of the Commission and policies adopted by the Commission and assists in the work and projects of LAD. Coordinates as directed with the access to justice community stakeholders across Texas to support the Commission’s and LAD’s efforts, particularly regarding pro bono efforts. Assists in supervising and training staff. Reports directly to the Executive Director of the Commission and LAD.
Directs the preparation of the State Bar’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and all interim financial statement reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Oversees the annual internal audits and financial statement audit conducted by external auditors. Assists the CFO with the development of the annual budget for the State Bar of Texas. Prepares monthly financial statements that include the governmental and enterprise funds. Assists in training State Bar staff regarding financial policies and procedures. Reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer.
Performs highly advanced accounting work involving implementing major accounting practices by assisting in preparing for annual financial audit, preparing complex account reconciliations, serving as backup for Sections Accountants and the Membership Accountant, approve and review accountant’s journal entries. Assist in preparing for monthly and annual close and ensuring the completeness and accuracy of financial reporting. Works under minimal supervision with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgement. The Senior Accountant is expected to use persuasion to influence outcomes and demonstrate leadership and supervisory abilities to provide guidance when the Controller is unavailable. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in-office at the discretion of employer.
The TexasBarBooks department publishes law books in print, digital, and online formats. A publications attorney analyzes and edits legal manuscripts for substantive accuracy and clarity. Involves contact with the volunteer lawyers, judges, and professors who write legal materials for publication as well as frequent contact with State Bar departments, committees, and the public. This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule of remote work and in office at the discretion of the employer.
The Client-Attorney Assistance Program is a State Bar of Texas program that is designed to assist members of the public in resolving minor disputes with their Texas lawyers at the input stage of the disciplinary process. The Program Associate is responsible for staffing and responding to public calls on the State Bar of Texas Grievance Information Hotline maintained by the Commission for Lawyer Discipline. Performs other Program tasks, under the direct supervision of the Director of the Client-Attorney Assistance Program.
Represents the Commission for Lawyer Discipline in attorney disciplinary proceedings, both administratively and in the courts. Occasionally represents 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.