We have an important recruitment announcement for NAFLP.
Amanda Mineer and I had a vision of providing an organization to support, educate, and benefit freelance legal professionals around the country, and to educate the legal profession about the benefits of the freelance legal market. To bring that dream to reality, we founded the National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals (NAFLP) and launched a blog and website in early 2008. Our vision and work have taken this project from mere vision to reality. Thank you for your participation in that process.
Much has been accomplished thus far, but there is also much more to be done. However, it is time for someone else to take over the mantle of leadership and build on what has already been created.
To that end, we are actively recruiting for someone to take over NAFLP starting January 1, 2011. We are looking for someone who is passionate about helping legal freelancers build and run successful businesses, and interested in taking NAFLP to the next level of development and member services. Active members of NAFLP will be given first consideration, but anyone interested is invited to respond.
NAFLP already has a website, downloadable educational materials, member and mailing lists of over 3,000, social media exposure, affiliate agreements, written materials regarding legal freelancing, and more. The right candidate will be willing and able to take this foundation and build for the future.
The proposal deadline is October 25, 2010 5:00p.m. Pacific. Requirements are posted below.
Again, thank you for being a part of NAFLP's development thus far, and we look forward to a smooth transition to its next stage of development. Feel free to pass on this recruitment notice to anyone you think may be interested in this opportunity.
Proposal deadline: October 25, 2010 5:00p.m. Pacific
Submit email proposals to: email@example.com
Submit hard-copy proposals to:
Melody A. Kramer
National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals
9930 Mesa Rim Road, Suite 1600
San Diego, CA 92121
The successful proposal will include at least the following: name and contact information, brief statement of what your vision would be for NAFLP in 2011 and beyond, what connection you already have (if any) with the legal freelancing market, education, experience or expertise that would you make you particularly suited to taking over NAFLP, and your proposed terms for taking over NAFLP.