Penn Law is one of the nation’s oldest and most distinguished law schools. The Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies is the Law School’s teaching law firm. The Clinical Program recently celebrated its 40th Anniversary, and is proud to be among the nation’s first centers for clinical legal studies. Penn Law has nine Clinics and a robust Externship program that offers students unique opportunities to develop essential lawyering skills and professional values drawn from experiential learning in diverse practice areas.
The Administrative Coordinator primarily is responsible for providing a high level of administrative support to student attorneys and clinic faculty on a daily basis in the course of their client representation. The Administrative Coordinator trains students in office policies/procedures, good case file maintenance and the use of legal software/technology. He/she works closely as a well functioning team with other clinic staff members to handle daily administrative tasks, and pro-actively finds new technology to use/train others on. This role will serve important functions in the Administrative Director’s absence. The Coordinator will provide support relating to the financial aspects of the Clinic (Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Concur, and account analysis).
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