September 9, 2019
Annapolis, Maryland


Trustpoint One is seeking a licensed Attorney with administrative/programmatic experience for a long term temporary project in Annapolis, Maryland.

Temporary Attorney Job Responsibilities:

-             This position supports the department in providing quality educational programming for the Judiciary’s judges, magistrates, and commissioners;

-             Supports the department’s volunteer course coordinators and faculty in developing courses as part of the CLE program.  This includes course and materials development and coordinating the implementation of the course;

-             Works with course coordinators and faculty to ensure quality courses are developed along with quality classroom and student materials;

-             Conducts legal research, supports the updating/edits of judicial bench books and helps to evolve the department by supporting the development of new programs and drafting of department documents (e.g. standards, policies and procedures);

-             Designs online course curricula. Staff’s subcommittee and workgroup efforts;

-             Develops and maintains the production of publications such as the Civil Court Bench Books;

-             Assist in the management of large, high visibility educational programs.


 -             Juris Doctor;

-             Licensed and in good standing in Maryland;

-             Experience in managing administrative and program-based strategies;

-             Background in adult education (preferred);

-             Strategic thinker who is organized and a quick learner;

-             Efficient, timely in meeting deadlines

If you’d like to learn more about the temporary Attorney position please submit your resume in Word format to 

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