The University of Miami Faculty Senate Seeks a Legal Intern

The Universityof Miami Faculty Senate is the vehicle by which the Faculty is authorized to share in planning and governance of the university. Through its committees and as a deliberative and legislative body, the Senate plays an important role in dealing with academic policies, new program and degree approvals, compensation and the annual budgets, reviews of chairs and deans, and countless other matters of collegial concern and interest. It is also the vehicle for hearing faculty grievances regarding rank, salary and conditions of employment, as well as appeals on tenure decisions.  

The Faculty Senate is currently seeking a 3L law student as a legal intern to work 10-14 hours week at $10.00-12.00 per hour. The candidate must be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision in a busy, quiet and small office that deals with sensitive materials. The intern must exhibit discretion and professionalism.

Job Description:

  • Compose and edit correspondence;
  • Sort, categorize and provisionally determine what should be archived or deleted; and
  • Other duties as assigned.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates, please send a cover letter and resume to Robyn Hardeman.  

To find out more information about the Faculty Senate, visit the website.