Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Open Position - Assistant Dean, Business and Finance Law Program at George Washington

Dear BLPB Readers:

"The George Washington University Law School is currently seeking a candidate to fill the position of Assistant Dean for the Business and Finance Law Program. GW Law is seeking a candidate with significant demonstrated achievements and strong visibility in the legal profession, the academic or nonprofit community, and/or the government sector. The Assistant Dean will report to the Dean, the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and the Faculty Director(s) of the BFL Program and will have the following responsibilities:
Program Responsibilities
 Coordinates management and execution of the BFL Program under the oversight of the Dean, the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and the Faculty Director(s) of the Program, including academic advising, creation of program materials, planning and executing events, community outreach, marketing, student recruitment, and other relationship building activities with students, faculty, alumni, and supporters of the BFL Program and its affiliated centers and initiatives (including the Center for Law, Economics & Finance (C-LEAF), the Falk Academy of Management and Entrepreneurship (FAME), and GW in New York (GWNY)). 
 Works with the Law School Dean’s office, Executive Director of Development, BFL Faculty Director(s), and alumni to support recruitment of Advisory Board members and fund-raising.
• Creates opportunities to promote and showcase the scholarly work and public outreach of the Business and Finance Law faculty
 • Coordinates and supports conferences, symposia, and other scholarly, professional, and public-facing projects and events initiated by the Assistant Dean, individual Business and Finance Law Program faculty members, and related centers, initiatives, and programs as well as student groups focused on business and finance law.
 • Supports faculty and student research and scholarship on relevant topics, including support for the student-edited Business and Finance Law Review and supervision of student research papers.
 Coordinates the BFL Program’s participation in GW Law’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives (including the faculty’s Anti-Racism Resolution).
• Responsible for publicizing the work of Business and Finance Law faculty and students by developing programmatic communication materials in conjunction with the Law School and University administration, including the Dean and the Communications Office, as well as providing input to Law School publications on related program topics/issues.
• In conjunction with the Jacob Burns Law Library, develops and administers special educational and research programs in the field of business and finance law.
• Attends bar, organizational and public meetings to obtain exposure and recognition for the program and receive feedback on issues and matters that will help ensure success of the program.
• Consults with the Faculty Director(s) and other faculty members of the Business and Finance Law Program; collaborates with and supports C-LEAFFAMEGWNY, and other faculty-led centers and initiatives affiliated with the BFL Program."
The complete job posting announcement is here.

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