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Anchorage: Section Coordinator - Alaska Bar Association
The Alaska Bar Association seeks a dynamic part-time staff person to join their team managing the activities of our 28 substantive law educational sections for 12 - 19 hours per week.
Responsibilities include assisting section chairs in preparing and promoting monthly meetings via scheduling, meeting set-up and notifications; electronic distribution of materials; editing and publishing a monthly newsletter announcing meetings; maintain/update sections’ website information; host annual meeting of section chairs and prepare annual report to the Board of Governors.
The ideal candidate is personable, open to new ideas, able to work with short deadlines and is a smart decision maker with strong organization, technology, and editing skills.
Minimum 5 years office experience which includes work with Microsoft Office, data entry, copying, and excellent customer relations. Must have interest and ability to work at a professional level with members of the legal community; accuracy and attention to detail a must.
High energy, fast-paced office with a friendly work environment and flexible work hours; paid vacation and sick leave, including holidays, on a pro rated basis. Salary: $20 - $25/hour, DOE.
Note: most of the Section functions are from mid-August through May, with the Sections on hiatus in June & July. There would be minimal work needed during this time.
Send a resume and cover letter to Deborah O’Regan, Executive Director, Alaska Bar Association, email@example.com.
Anchorage: Paralegal - Walker Richards
Full-time paralegal for small, successful downtown Anchorage law firm. Emphasis on litigation, municipal law, oil & gas. Attributes required: team player, organized, reliable, dependable, trustworthy. 5 years’ experience required. Please submit resume & references to Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Anchorage: Paralegal - Law Office of Christy Lee, P.C.
Looking for a challenge? Think about working at Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., a tax boutique. We handle all things connected to the IRS, including estate planning and probate (because the last time Uncle Sam audits a person is when the person dies), business formation (because it impacts tax reporting), and, of course, IRS matters, including noncompliance, audits, offers in compromise, and excise issues. The caseload is demanding, but always fascinating, and assignments are unique and varied. Staff must be energetic, personable, open to new ideas, efficient, and knowledgeable in accounting and business practices. Flexibility with work habits and technology required. Minimum of 2 years’ experience or paralegal degree necessary. Send your resume, along with a writing sample and a cover letter with desired salary, to email@example.com. A generous benefits package accompanies a signed employment contract.
Anchorage: Receptionist - Atkinson, Conway & Gagnon, Inc.
Our firm is currently accepting résumés for a receptionist. This position also assists the staff and attorneys with various projects as needed. Punctual, friendly, professional demeanor is important. Competitive salary and benefit package. Atkinson, Conway & Gagnon, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Fax or email resume to 272-2082 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Juneau: Legal Intern - City & Borough of Juneau
The City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) Law Department is currently seeking a summer legal intern for its Criminal Section. Our offices are located in the heart of Alaska's Capital City, and within walking distance of the Dimond Courthouse. The legal intern will provide professional assistance to the municipal attorneys, with emphasis on criminal prosecution. The City and Borough of Juneau offers a weekly stipend of $200, and reimbursement of travel expenses, up to $1,000, for travel to and from Juneau. If you are a second year law student seeking to gain legal career experience, you are encouraged to apply. For additional information please see the Job Announcement (Volunteer Legal Intern – Criminal Section), located at: http://www.juneau.org/human_resources/jobs.php. You may also contact the CBJ Law Department directly at (907)586-0270. This position will remain open until filled.