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Associate Director of Admissions and Coordinator of Diversity & Inclusion School of Law Morningside
Reports directly to the Director of Admissions for the Juris Doctor (J.D.) Office of Admissions, one of the most highly selective law school admissions programs in the country, and works closely with colleagues throughout law school administration.
Project Manager - VHO, CPRL School of Law Morningside
CPRL is seeking support from an individual with education and policy experience to support the development and drafting of resources and tools to support education system innovation in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Project Manager - VHO, CPRL School of Law Morningside
CPRL is seeking support from an individual with education and policy experience to support the development and drafting of resources and tools to support education system innovation in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Project Manager - VHO, CPRL School of Law Morningside
CPRL is seeking support from two individuals to support collection and analysis of qualitative data on the role of high-quality curriculum and instructional materials in advancing student learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Financial Aid Officer School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Financial Aid, the incumbent assists in administering the financial aid programs of the Law School and has primary responsibility for the management of email communications and providing financial aid counseling to students, as well as support for the Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) and student award packaging. The incumbent is also expected to cultivate positive working relationships with deans, faculty, administrators, staff, students, alumni/ae, central administrators at Columbia and at other academic institutions, lending institutions, and with members of peer institutions.
LL.M./Office of Graduate Degree Programs Officer - VHO School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Office of Graduate Degree Programs, the LL.M./OGP Officer assists the Executive Director in review and evaluating applications for admission to the Program, onboarding of students and oter tasks as needed.
Audio Visual Specialist, Information Technology School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Associate Director of Instructional and Event Services, the Audiovisual Specialist provides operational support and training to all Columbia Law School faculty, staff, students and affiliates, in the use of classroom technology. The Law School is home to 44 teaching and learning spaces, including: large amphitheater-style lecture halls, seminar rooms, huddle spaces and conference rooms. The majority of classrooms are equipped with laser projector or large-format displays, control systems, microphones and a variety of related technologies which serve the pedagogical needs of our instructors and students, as well as, providing a high quality experience for event organizers and attendees. The Audio-Visual Specialist will be tasked with becoming an expert in the use, configuration and maintenance of these systems, and providing the highest level of customer service.
Associate Director, Major Gifts, Development School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Senior Executive Director of Development, the incumbent is expected to be a highly energetic professional with the ability to engage Columbia Law School’s international prospects and donors, as well as tri-state prospects. Manage a portfolio of approximately 150 individuals, with 60-75 percent focused on international prospects. Initiate and support all global development activities for the Law School targeted at major individual gifts from prospects (alumni, parents, friends and some international corporations and foundations). Travel regularly internationally to build the Law School’s donor base abroad. Job duties include direct cultivation, solicitation and closure of six and seven figure major and planned gifts. Working with Alumni Relations and Development, help implement programs and events in foreign locations where necessary to engage potential donors. Partnering with senior management and the Law School’s international Centers/Programs, strategize and fully develop options for international advisory boards or other venue, especially focused on Campaign Support.
Program Associate School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, the incumbent will support a wide range of research, operational and administrative responsibilities.
Assistant Director, Human Rights and Public International Law, SJI School of Law Morningside
The Assistant Director will have primary responsibility for the design and implementation of all human rights and public international law programs and advising services in the office of Social Justice Initiatives (“SJI”). The incumbent will also, as part of the SJI team, generally support the mission of the office in providing advising, programming, networking and community building activities for Columbia Law students and alumni interested in public interest, government, human rights and public international law practice.
Assistant Director of Public Interest Professional Development - VHO, SJI School of Law Morningside
The Variable Hours Officer-Assistant Director of Public Interest Professional Development at Social Justice Initiatives (SJI) has hands-on responsibility for the management, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive public interest professional development program for Columbia Law School students (JDs and LL.Ms) and graduates regarding public interest legal careers, as well as other social justice programming.

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