An interesting job opportunity has been posted by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court: executive director of the Board of Bar Examiners. This, of course, is the board that is responsible for conducting the bar exam and reviewing the qualifications of bar applicants.

The executive director provides management and support for all aspects of the bar admissions process, according to the job posting. That includes administering the twice-yearly bar exam and directing the day-to-day operations of the board.

Applicants for the job must be lawyers admitted to the Massachusetts bar and must have at least five years experience with management-level responsibilities. The job pays between $74,666 and $112,986. Deadline for applications is March 22.

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