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Director | Governmental Affairs | State Bar of Georgia

Job Title: Director of Governmental Affairs 
Department: Governmental Affairs/Legislative Program
Reports to: Executive Director
Location: Atlanta
Status: Full-time/Exempt

Statement of Purpose
The director of governmental affairs provides leadership and direction for the State Bar’s Legislative Program. They are responsible for developing, managing and implementing strategies for legislative issues of interest to the State Bar and communicating with Bar members about relevant legislation affecting the legal profession. The director also serves as a liaison to the Georgia judiciary and other legal stakeholder groups at the Georgia General Assembly.

About the Bar
The State Bar of Georgia exists to foster among the members of the Bar of this state the principles of duty and service to the public; to improve the administration of justice; and to advance the science of law. All persons authorized to practice law in this state are required to be members.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the State Bar’s elected leadership and Board of Governors to develop and implement the organization’s government relations strategy.
  • Identify and track key legislative issues of concern to the practice of law and the operation of the state’s judicial branch.
  • Assist the State Bar Sections with drafting and strategizing potential legislative initiatives.
  • Serve as support staff to State Bar committees, including the Advisory Committee on Legislation, the Bench and Bar Committee, and the Judicial Qualifications Nominating Commission.
  • Actively communicate new activity and legislative changes to State Bar Section leadership throughout the legislative session.
  • Apply First Amendment compelled speech and compelled association analysis to prospective initiatives and actions contemplated by Bar leadership.
  • Draft regular legislative updates and other correspondence for bar members and bar leadership while the General Assembly is in session.
  • Advocate for state appropriations and funding to support targeted grant programs for civil legal services for low-income Georgians.
  • Manage outside legislative consultants, as well as relationships with other specialty bar associations and interest groups working at the State Capitol.
  • Maintain an active presence at the State Capitol during the 40-day legislative session, including regular attendance in House and Senate Judiciary hearings.
  • Prepare Bar members to testify before state House and Senate committees on State Bar initiatives.
  • Maintain communication with elected and appointed state public officials, their staff and other persons influential in state policy, legislation and regulation.
  • Keep Bar leaders updated on political and policy trends and developments.
  • Field requests from government officials, including requests for government engagement and event participation.
  • Plan and execute engagement events to facilitate relationships between State Bar leadership and elected officials.
  • Serve as a speaker on panels, at luncheons and CLEs discussing the State Bar’s legislative initiatives and how to be an effective advocate at the State Capitol.

Essential Functions

  • Interface with elected officials.
  • Plan and execute goals within the restrictions set forth for a quasi-governmental entity or governmental entity.
  • Support committees with administrative tasks, such as sending meeting notices, preparing agendas, taking minutes and providing supporting materials.
  • Interact with and support the public and State Bar staff, members, volunteers, committee/board members and leaders in a timely and professional manner.

Required Skills

  • Strong people skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Shrewd judgment and understanding of Georgia’s political and policymaking landscape.
  • Self-starter who can manage a program budget and legislative consultants.
  • Attention to detail and ability to produce high-quality work product.
  • Problem-solving knowledge and aptitude to respectfully manage various points of view.
  • Ability exercise patience and discretion while engaging with State Bar staff, members, volunteers, committee/board members and leaders.
  • The ability to operate standard office equipment.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office 365, Zoom and Adobe Suite.

Education, Training and Experience

  • A minimum of five years of experience in government affairs or as senior staff to state government appointed or elected officials.
  • Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school.
  • A bachelor’s degree in political science, business administration, communications or related curriculum is required. Graduation from an accredited law school and State Bar of Georgia membership strongly preferred.
  • Prior involvement with the federal and state policymaking processes.
  • A history of establishing trustworthy relationships with elected officials, judges, executive leadership, and members of a professional trade association.
  • Expertise in policy issues that impact the legal profession, lawyer licensing and regulation, and the judiciary.
  • Knowledge of Georgia’s judicial branch and its various classes of courts.

To Apply

  • Send an email with resume attached to
  • Please type Director Gov Affairs as the subject line of email.
  • Please include a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, summary of your work experience, at least three references and your contact information.

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Administrator | Institute of Continuing Legal Education 

Job Title: Administrator 
Department: Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE)
Reports to: ICLE Assistant Director of Finance & Administration
Location: Atlanta
Status: Full-time/Non-exempt

Statement of Purpose
The Institute of Continuing Legal Education of the State Bar of Georgia is committed to producing high-quality educational seminars that satisfy the annual continuing legal education requirements (CLE) for attorneys in the state of Georgia. The primary focus of this position is to provide administrative support to assist in ensuring excellent service to everyone who contacts ICLE. 

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for responding to attorney questions by phone and by email. Resolves issues of varying complexity related to continuing legal education programs.
  • Direct attorney questions to appropriate State Bar department.
  • Assists customers with the program registration process inclusive of processing credit card payments, administering discounts and processing refunds. 
  • Processes lockbox payments and investigates miscellaneous correspondence received therefrom.
  • Maintains “Daily Registration Count” report.
  • Reports CLE credits to Georgia’s regulatory agency. 
  • Assists program staff in prepping program materials.
  • Assists with day-of program logistics (i.e. catering, registration).
  • Collaborates with several departments within the Bar.
  • Distributes department mail and investigates and resolves returned mail.
  • The position requires physical labor, to include lifting or standing for extended periods of time, as well as the ability to work early mornings, weekends and evenings, as needed.  
  • Supports ICLE Assistant Director of Finance & Administration in other duties as assigned.

Essential Skills

  • Excellent customer service skills evidenced by the ability to display understanding, patience and tact in dealing with challenging situations.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to handle multiple tasks in a timely and efficient manner, either working independently or with a team.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of modern technology.
  • Must be a highly motivated self-starter with superior organization, communication and time management skills.
  • Must be comfortable executing multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced, team environment.
  • Comply with State Bar policies.
  • Employee is subject to in-person and remote supervision and will be expected to perform their job duties in the State Bar office or from an approved remote location, unless supporting a meeting or event that takes place away from the office. 

Tools, Equipment

  • Skills in Microsoft Office products, specifically in Word and Excel, are required for this position.
  • Previous knowledge or experience with other databases and on-line learning management systems is desired.

Education, Training and Experience

  • Four-year degree in business, in related field or comparable experience.
  • Three to five years general administrative experience required.
  • Strong computer skills and some knowledge of accounting functions preferred.

To Apply

  • Send an email with resume attached to
  • Please type ICLE Admin as the subject line of email.
  • Please include a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, summary of your work experience, at least three references and your contact information.

The deadline to apply is Sunday, Dec. 31.

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