Legal Assistant equipped with positive attitude and proven success functioning well in large Government office environments. Manages priorities for multiple high profile attorneys with ease. Positive relationships with legal officials, colleagues and industry members.
Provide clear, courteous and effective replies to customers, Universities, and Command partners and to promote, develop and inspire Senior ROTC Cadets for the Total Army in a complex world and posture them for success. Provide guidance to customers consistent with appropriate policies and regulations in a helpful manner that results in thorough understanding of issues with Cadet disenrollments. Work as a liaison between University Battalions, Staff Judge Advocate office and Brigade Headquarters to ensure communication, sufficiency, and ultimate resolution and completion of packets routed. Ensure civil conviction waivers and AR 15-6 investigations are processed using command software and databases. Reviewed evidentiary exhibits, performed legal research, and provide technical assistance in processing documents and packets. Track and monitor status of all legal submissions into Brigade. Administrative duties as needed by leadership and attorneys.
Provided executive level support to the U.S. Army's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation's (PEO STRI) Chief Counsel, and legal department. Work ranged from performance of administrative duties involving decision-making, knowledge of federal regulations, extensive resource solutions, to a high ability to prioritize. Served as a liaison to supervisors, managers, workforce clients and external organizations while presenting ideas clearly while engaging effective professionalism. Prepared a wide variety of recurring internal reports, logs, and correspondence from information obtained from agency-wide sources, or by initiating required legal research utilizing and maintaining tracking databases and SharePoint. Able to identify and resolve challenges independently that would not require supervisor's direct involvement such as procedural issues, logistics, time keeping, travel arrangements, required training, and security & facilities concerns. Yet, keeping Directors and Supervisors informed. Prevented scheduling conflicts while maintaining Director's, Chief Counsel, and attorney's calendars which enable missions, goals to be met in a timely manner and within scope requirements. Defense Travel System Administrator and point of contact for issues and cost saving solutions relating to government mission travel. Responsible for tracking of contractual processes, fiscal law, military justice, administrative law, ethical legal reviews, FOIA, and real estate claims resulting in timely divisional concurrences. Provides logistical support for court MSPB, ASBCA, hearings, EEO concerns, Pentagon, Headquarter briefings, AR 15-6 Investigations, and CID investigations. Reviewed, prepared, and processed legal documents. When necessary assist with court reporters, scheduling of hearings and locations. Assisted in protest litigation support, formatting of case briefs from attorney, assist labor law attorney in preparation of discovery for confidential cases. Conducted research in relation to cases that come in. Assist Ethics Attorneys with Financial Disclosure Management program issues and inquiries. Special projects included extended office management for one and two-star Commanding Generals and Chief of Staff, organizational-wide events, and protocol projects. Security clearance: Secret.
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