School Law Jobs
The National School Boards Association's Council of School Attorneys (COSA) is pleased to provide listings of school law employment openings nationwide. COSA Members, State School Boards Associations, and NSBA National Connection school districts can use this service to post vacancies for school law practitioners. You can check online whether your district is in National Connection
. School law vacancies are listed alphabetically by state and position title.
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FL - Staff Attorney
School District of Manatee County - Description: To provide direct, full-time professional legal counsel to the Superintendent and the staff on school matters. Qualifications: (1) Law degree from an accredited law school; (2) License to practice law in Florida, a member of the Florida Bar; and (3) Three (3) years' general legal experience and knowledge of Florida school and labor relations law. Deadline for applications is June 11, 2014.
IL - Chief Legal Officer
Location: Peoria, IL. Provide in-house legal services to the Superintendent, designated staff, and Board of Education. Assist the Superintendent and Board
in legal performance of their duties. Coordinate all legal services required by the District. Participate as deemed appropriate in direct labor and employee
relations including negotiations of labor contracts with District bargaining units. Qualifications: 1) Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from an accredited university; 2) Licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois; 3) Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as interpersonal skills; 4) Demonstrate ability to provide counsel, assistance, and training to staff; and 5) Demonstrate leadership ability and interpersonal skills sufficient to establish and maintain effective relationships with all constituencies including citizens advisory groups and District staff. Experience: 1) in public education preferred; 2) in the public or private practice of law dealing with legal issues of local, state, federal government, or public school agencies; and 3) in labor and employee relations, preferably in public education. Deadline for applications July 1, 2014.
NM - Associate Attorney
Walsh, Anderson, Gallegos, Green & Treviño, P.C., a law firm with offices in New Mexico and Texas, is seeking an attorney licensed for three to five years in New Mexico for our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. Position involves representing public school districts with areas of practice including litigation, employment, civil rights, constitutional law, business transactions, and governance. Public speaking experience, strong interpersonal skills and a background with educational or governmental entities is a plus including with respect to procurement, open meetings and public records. Please send resume, with writing sample, to P.O. Box 2156, Austin, Texas 78768, or fax to 512-467-9318 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
VA - Division Counsel
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), the nation’s 11th largest school district, located in suburban area just outside the nation’s capital, is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the Division Counsel. The Division Counsel serves as the in-house legal counsel for FCPS and its School Board; and performs related duties as required or assigned. The ideal candidate will possess a Juris Doctorate, from an accredited law school with membership in, or eligibility for, the Virginia Bar, plus a minimum of 10 years of experience in a public or private legal practice. Candidate should also have expertise in one or more of the following areas is preferable -- the Constitution, student rights, education, employment, civil rights, real estate, local government, procurement, contract, or tort law. Experience with litigation, project, and personnel management preferred. We offer an outstanding salary and benefits package. Apply online for Job # 4150 careers.fcps.edu
WA - School Law/Municipal Law Attorney
Porter Foster Rorick LLP, an eleven-attorney, Seattle-based law firm representing school districts and other municipal entities, seeks one or more attorneys to join our growing firm. Candidates must possess at least four years relevant experience, strong academic and professional qualifications, excellent legal writing skills and the motivation, flexibility and commitment to develop and maintain expertise in multiple areas of the law. PFR is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Salary depends on qualifications and experience.