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Coordinator of Pre-Law Programs

Categories: Southeast Region 4


Political Science


Auburn University

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Position Description

The individual in this position is responsible for the coordination of pre-law student programs, advising, marketing, and recruitment to help promote and enhance programs and student involvement within the College of Liberal Arts. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: coordinating all pre-law programs including law school fairs, lectures, and internships to help students prepare for law school; serving as advisor and coach for the Mock Trial team; working with faculty, staff, and community members to plan, coordinate, and deliver all programs in a professional manner; recruiting and advising students about programs and resources offered in the College of Liberal Arts and Department of Political Science for those interested in law and legal professions; advising students on course selection and applications for graduate and law school; and teaching the equivalent of 2 courses per semester related to law and the legal profession. This person will provide administrative support and facilitate communication among academic advisors, other pre-law faculty, and other offices on all pre-law programmatic initiatives.



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$45,100 - $60,100

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Required Qualifications

  • Entry into the applicant pool requires a Juris doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school; plus two (2) years experience clerking or working in private or public law practice. Must have broad knowledge of legal profession, trial advocacy and law school application processes. Also, must have evidence of bar admittance and remaining in good standing.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Broad knowledge of all types of legal professions and law practices, including law related to private, non-profit, and public legal practice as well as administrative law; knowledge of LSAT and/or GRE tests and scoring; outstanding ability to communicate with students, other advisors, faculty, and members of the legal profession; experience teaching undergraduate courses on law-related topics.