Director of the Lubar
The Lubar Center is the Milwaukee region’s leading venue for
intelligent, nonpartisan, civil discourse about law, politics, and
public policy matters—a place where we create conversations on
important issues offered in constructive ways that are accessible
to wide audiences.
The position of Fellow in Law and Public Policy/Director of the
Lubar Center for Public Policy Research and Civic Education reports
to the Dean. The individual is the primary external face of the
Lubar Center, conducting public events and working with other Lubar
Center and Law School colleagues to develop robust programming that
will expand the Law School’s role as a player in creating a public
square for unique and important public policy discussions to be
convened or to occur.
Responsibilities include, further details on the position can be
found at https://employment.marquette.edu/postings/15790.
1. Act as the primary external face of and spokesperson for the
Law School’s Lubar Center. 2. Plan, oversee, and moderate events
3. Understand and identify current public policy issues/trends
and then select/filter through those that are relevant to the
Milwaukee region, Wisconsin, and the nation, to develop and execute
programming ideas (create content) that address important community
issues as well as engage the community. This could be individual
programs or conferences.
4. Manage the Lubar Center as an idea incubator and as a
convener of building an understanding of challenging public policy
5. Set the agenda for the Lubar Center—work with others on the
team to determine priorities, goals, direction, and ambitions of
the Lubar Center.
Bachelor’s or advanced degree in journalism, public policy,
and/or governmental relations or related fields such as law or
business. Five to 10+ year of relevant experience in journalism,
public policy, and/or governmental relations or related
fields such as law or business.