Administrative Assistant, Institute for Constitutional Accountability and Protection (ICAP), Center
Administrative Assistant, Institute for Constitutional Accountability and Protection (ICAP), Centers and Institutes - Georgetown University Law Center
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The Administrative Assistant serves as the office manager for the Institute and all of its activities, working closely with the Executive Director, Senior Litigators from Practice, Associates from Practice, and Institute Fellows to ensure timely support to ICAP's litigation efforts. S/he coordinates with the Law Center to ensure that the Institute's basic infrastructure is functioning and fully stocked, and assists with the formatting of written materials. Reporting to ICAP's Executive Director and Visiting Professor of Law, the Administrative Assistant has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Serves as a key liaison between the Institute and the broader Law Center and University community, including with respect to arrangements for ICAP's practicum seminar, conference preparation and logistics, and public messaging, including website maintenance.
- Ensures functioning of ICAP basic infrastructure, including communications technologies.
- Ensures fully stocked office.
Formatting of Written Materials
- Finalizes the formatting of litigation materials.
- Finalizes the formatting of public reports and white papers.
- Finalizes the formatting of conference materials.
- Tracks ICAP's fundraising and supports ICAP's leadership in providing periodic updates to its supporters.
- Tracks fundraising events and outreach.
- Tracks pledges and contributions.
- Bachelor's degree
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
- Sensitivity to confidential materials
- Experience in a legal setting, whether at a law firm, a legal advocacy organization, or a law school preferred
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