After a wonderful and successful spring semester, PCCE’s current Executive Director, Pablo Quiñones, is transitioning out of that role to start his own law practice, Quiñones Law PLLC. Although brief, Pablo’s tenure as Executive Director was extraordinary. With his help, PCCE substantially increased its law blog readership and held four events, including a full day conference on cybersecurity and a fireside chat with the General Counsel and Solicitor of the SEC. The most recent event, “ICOs and Cryptocurrency: Innovation Meets Regulation,” was planned and executed entirely by Pablo and was held before a packed audience. While we will miss Pablo, he will continue to contribute to PCCE as a Senior Fellow and an Editor of the Compliance and Enforcement law blog, and plans to moderate a panel on compliance monitors at our annual fall conference on October 12, 2018. Please join us in recognizing Pablo’s accomplishments and in thanking him for his exemplary service as PCCE’s Executive Director.
It is time now to search for a new Executive Director.
We are looking for candidates with enforcement experience who are interested in important policy issues concerning both enforcement and compliance. The position may be particularly attractive to lawyers transitioning from government service to private practice. While we would prefer a candidate who would be interested in working with us long term, we had such a wonderful experience with Pablo, that we will consider a short-term arrangement as well in the case of a highly qualified person, for example someone transitioning out of government.
A full description of the job is below:
PCCE is seeking an Executive Director to work with the Faculty Director, Jennifer Arlen, on all aspects of the life and work of the Program.
Among other things, the Executive Director will:
- Organize Events (policy speeches, two conferences, 3-4 evening panels, student events)
- Write for our Blog, Compliance and Enforcement, and Edit Posts by Others
- Oversee Student Fellows’ White Papers and Blog Posts
- Work with Faculty Director and Assistant Director on Communications and Web Page, Budget, and other matters.
A successful candidate possesses:
- J.D. degree
- Strong interest in and experience with corporate criminal or regulatory enforcement or compliance.
- Strong organizational, writing, interpersonal skills, and attention to detail.
The job would be perfect for a hard-working, team-oriented, and detail-oriented lawyer with expertise in corporate criminal enforcement or compliance who wants to be part of an academic enterprise that helps to promote understanding of, and improvement in, compliance and enforcement policy designed to deter corporate misconduct through interactive discussion in off-the-record events, blog posts, and educational activities.
Please apply by submitting your resume, a list of references, an unofficial transcript (if out of school less than 6 years), and a cover letter to Jennifer.Arlen@nyu.edu.
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