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Assist attorneys to continue their certification in their specialty area
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Austin, TXNovember 19, 2013
Pros: free lunches during board meetings! close proximity to highway.
Administrative assistant to the director. Compiled paperwork for written materials; arranged meetings for board members; arranged travel; administrative duties.
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Events and Meeting Planning
COMMITTEE COORDINATOR AND EVENTS PLANNER (Former Employee), Austin, TexasDecember 19, 2012
Pros: travel and co-workers
Cons: lawyers (tee hee)
*Supervised and organized 42 committees;
*Provided administrative support to committee chairs;
*Planned committee meetings;
*Assisted in planning the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Texas and Continuing Legal Education seminars for Texas Lawyers;
Worked with staff and professionals/volunteers to formulate the content, created promotional pieces, – more... assembled written materials, and staffed the program;
*Set and met deadlines and required minimal supervision;
*Coordinated scheduling of course planning meetings, assisted with selection of planning committee members, and assembled meeting materials;
*Attended planning meetings and sent tentative program schedule to committee members;
*Assisted in recruitment of volunteer authors and speakers and finalized details of program schedule;
*Conveyed instructions and follow up for preparation of written materials and lectures to authors and speakers and ensured deadlines were met;
*Advised speakers about travel/hotel accommodations and managed audio/visual requests;
*Assembled content for, and proofed, promotional pieces for each assigned course, collected information for registration fee worksheet and participated in a business/budget meeting conducted by business team;
*Traveled to program site to help coordinate registration, room setup, food and beverage requirements, and program presentation;
*Oversaw maintenance and updating of relevant program files including updating ACCESS database with program information, addressed changes, scheduled changes, substituted speakers, etc.;
*Supervised course article preparation for submission to outside printer and assisted in determining number of books to be printed based on sales history and market demand;
*Handled inquiries and correspondence relating to post program activities including thank-you letters, requests and questions regarding reimbursements, MCLE inquiries, requests for speaker evaluations, etc.
*Performed other responsibilities as required. – less
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Great team of professionals!
Receptionist (Former Employee), Dallas, TexasFebruary 9, 2012
Pros: i learned from "scratch, " quite a bit about attorneys, their guidelines and how some maintained them.
Cons: "the traffic!"
Working with the "crew" at The State Bar Of Texas was like finding another part of family that I had not met before; from the beginning.

One of the most important part of that experience was: out of all the "crew," I was never treated as a "minority," I respect (today)and was treated, and respected, as a member of the team that it took to make this – more... office what it is today: a "crew" of professionals. – less