SAVE THE DATE- APRIL 27, 2023- FOR THE 21ST ANNUAL UNITY DINNER!
SAVE THE DATE- APRIL 27, 2023- FOR THE 21ST ANNUAL UNITY DINNER!
Posted Mar. 12, 2023
Littler Mendelson P.C. is seeking an attorney with a minimum of 8-10 years of civil litigation experience. Some labor & employment experience preferred. This position offers the flexibility to work a remote or a hybrid schedule from one of the following cities: Lexington, Birmingham, Kansas City, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Cleveland or Columbus. Candidate must be licensed to practice law in their state of residence.
We offer a generous benefits package to all full-time employees. Benefits include comprehensive health, dental and vision plan for you and your dependents or domestic partners. In addition, we provide a superior 401(k) plan, ample time off programs, generous paid parental leave, life insurance, disability insurance, a wellness program, flexible spending accounts, pretax commuter programs and an employee referral bonus program. For more information visit: www.littler.com/culture-benefits.
Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice in the world exclusively devoted to representing management. With more than 1,700 attorneys in over 100 offices worldwide, Littler serves as the single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for more than 75 years. Littler Mendelson is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Littler’s unparalleled commitment to labor and employment law helps clients navigate a complex business world with nuanced legal issues—building better solutions for clients’ toughest challenges. With deep experience and resources that are local, everywhere, Littler is fully focused on its clients. With a diverse team of the brightest minds, Littler fosters a culture that celebrates original thinking. And with powerful proprietary technology, Littler disrupts the status quo—delivering bold, groundbreaking innovation that prepares employers not just for what’s happening today, but for what’s likely to happen tomorrow. For more information, visit www.littler.com.
This opportunity is open to submissions by professional recruiters. When submitting a candidate, please be sure the application clearly lists your agency, recruiter name and contact information.
Posted Mar. 12, 2023
DIRECTOR OF THE VINCENT C. IMMEL LAW LIBRARY
Saint Louis University School of Law, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, and service, invites applications for the position of Director of the Vincent C. Immel Law Library.
The Director of the Law Library reports directly to the Dean of the School of Law. Policy decisions concerning the Law Library are made by the Director of the Law Library, the Dean, and the faculty. The Director of the Law Library is eligible for appointment as a member of the law faculty with appropriate security of position.
The Director of the Law Library is generally responsible for all aspects of library operations. This includes responsibility for long-term and short-term planning; the library budget which is part of the School of Law budget; collection development; compliance with accreditation standards of the ABA and AALA; public services and government documents; and hiring and supervision of a staff of full-time and part-time professional librarians and support staff members. The Director also typically will have teaching, service, scholarship, and/or administrative responsibilities. The Director will collaborate with the Dean, other senior leaders, faculty, staff, and students to advance the School of Law's commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and engagement and make the School a more welcoming and inclusive environment.
The Law Library's collection contains approximately 755,000 titles, and the Law Library has a budget of approximately $1.8 million. Although distinct from the University Libraries (Pius XII Memorial Library and the Medical Center Library), the Vincent C. Immel Law Library works cooperatively and collaborates on various projects with the University Libraries, and all use a shared integrated library system. The Law Library participates in resource sharing and has been a leader in the Mid-America Law Library Consortium ("MALLCO") and MOBIUS. The Law Library also is a participant in the Federal Depository Library Program and receives select resources from the Government Publishing Office.
The School of Law is a progressive institution with a diverse and engaged student body, faculty, and staff and a history of strong alumni and community support. The School of Law has built a reputation for a close-knit community founded on the mutual support, friendship, openness, and accessibility that characterizes the student-faculty relationship. The School of Law is located in the heart of the downtown St. Louis legal community and is in walking distance to a variety of attractions including major league sports stadiums like Busch Stadium, CityPark, and Enterprise Center, parks like Citygarden and the Gateway Arch National Park, and museums, theatres, and entertainment complexes. St. Louis offers the amenities of urban living without the inconvenience and high costs often associated with living in a major metropolitan area. For more information about the School of Law and the Law Library please see our website at www.slu.edu/law and www.slu.edu/lawlibrary/.
Applicants should have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited institution, a Master degree in Library Science or Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution, and substantial experience in a law library.
Applicants must include: 1) a cover letter; 2) a resume/curriculum vitae. You can upload these items on the third page "My experience" of the application
The School of Law is especially interested in candidates who will add to the diversity of its faculty and community. As explained more fully in the School's Diversity Hiring Plan, www.slu.edu/lawabout/pdfs/diversity-hiring-plan-2021.pdf, the School of Law recognizes the value and critical importance of having a faculty body that is diverse, and the School is committed to maintaining an environment that is inclusive and that respects and values diversity in all its forms. Applicants may submit an optional statement to elaborate on how they would contribute to the diversity of the School of Law's community or enhance its diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in meeting the needs of a diverse population of students.
For additional information, please contact:
Professor Kerrin Kowach
Saint Louis University School of Law
100 N. Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101 Kerrin.firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Feb. 1, 2023
The City of St. Louis's Civil Law Department has made several promotions and transfers as a result of a reorganization, and, in an effort to backfill, the following positions are now available.
About the employer: The Civil Law Department for the City houses more than 50 lawyers and 25 support staff. The City Counselor serves as chief counsel to elected City officials, boards and commissions, as well as departments and agencies – including the St. Louis Development Corporation, the Metropolitan Police Department, and Lambert International Airport. A short list of employment benefits with the City of St. Louis is below:
o Pension vested after 5 years
o 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
o Health Insurance
o Dental Insurance
o Life Insurance
o Portions of your Student Loans can be Waived!
o Free in-house Gym and Fitness Class services
o Apply to certain locations and specific positions
o Need help with your applications?
For inquiries, please call Recruitment & Examinations
How to Apply:
City of St. Louis
Department of Personnel
1114 Market Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
Posted Jan. 15, 2023
DEADLINE FOR EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS: January 9, 2023
EFFECTIVE DATE: To Be Determined
HOW TO APPLY: Candidates should submit resume and application materials by using the following link: External Candidates Apply Here.
INTERVIEWS: Selected candidates will be interviewed at a location determined by the IEA-NEA.
STAFF AUTHORITY AND RELATIONSHIPS: Directly responsible to the General Counsel and Executive Director. Supervises and directs assigned Associate staff.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Monitors, analyzes and argues cases before administrative agencies and courts to achieve IEA-NEA goals and objectives.
1. Advises, monitors, argues and/or defends cases regarding members’/fair share fee payers’/Associations’ employment-related rights before school boards, courts, and administrative agencies regarding matters which may include:
A. Discrimination, Dismissal, Contract Nonrenewal, Reductions In Force & Evaluation;
C. Department of Children & Family Services Investigations and Proceedings;
D. All IELRB Case Handling Activities, including Unfair Labor Practices, Impasses and Strikes, and Representation Elections; and
E. Wage, salary and/or other employees’/members’ economic employment disputes.
2. Analyzes and disseminates court and agency decisions to staff and leaders.
3. Provides input to and/or assists the General Counsel for purposes of defining and developing Association goals and promoting IEA-NEA objectives before administrative agencies, and to the extent feasible coordinates these efforts with other IEA-NEA departments.
4. Provides UniServ Directors and other IEA-NEA professional staff with resources, consultation and where necessary assists and/or participates in arbitration cases, including oral presentation of the case before an arbitrator, preparation of the Association briefs and/or evidentiary record.
5. Assists UniServ Directors and other IEA-NEA professional staff in examining fact situations to determine whether applicable labor and/or employment laws, rules and regulations and/or members’/fair share fee payers’/Associations’ rights have been violated, including supervising the receipt, gathering and/or organization of evidence and/or witnesses by non-attorney IEA-NEA staff in litigation matters.
ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
6. Initiates, plans and/or conducts training programs for members, leaders and/or staff, and provides input to the General Counsel for such training.
7. Gathers, organizes, and submits required and/or requested data to the Central Office so that IEA-NEA programs and policies can be implemented and maintained.
8. Makes recommendations to the General Counsel for the development of the department budget and takes necessary corrective action required to operate within the approved IEA-NEA budget.
9. Supervises associate staff, i.e., initial employment recommendation, evaluation and remediation.
10. Demonstrates a high degree of interpersonal skills. Interacts appropriately with staff, members, and the general public.
11. Performs other appropriate duties as directed by assigned management staff.
- License to practice law in the State of Illinois, or ability to obtain license as soon as possible.
- 2-3 years legal or equivalent labor relations experience preferred.
- Previous experience in preparing and presenting cases before courts, labor boards, other administrative agencies, and grievance arbitrators preferred.
- Knowledge of NLRA, the Illinois School Code and the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act and decisions interpreting them preferred, although working knowledge of other public employment relations acts and other school codes helpful.
- Should have a working knowledge of school systems.
- Previous experience in training non-lawyers on legal issues preferred.
- Previous experience in client counseling.
- Working knowledge of personal computers required.
- Valid driver’s license required.
SALARY AND BENEFITS: In conformance with the IEA-NEA/IEASO Professional Staff Contract.
IEA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER AND ENCOURAGES WOMEN, MINORITIES, AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES TO APPLY.
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