New England Law’s focused curriculum and practical experience result in well-rounded, well-prepared professionals.” —Patrick Shea, Partner and Managing Director, Cordium Corporation, hired fellow graduate Erin Gaudreau (above)
What You Can Expect From Our Students
New England Law | Boston students and graduates are prepared to hit the ground running in the workplace, thanks to our emphasis on real-world learning that includes our three academic centers: the Center for Business Law, the Center for Law and Social Responsibility, and the Center for International Law and Policy. Our academic concentrations in Intellectual Property Law and Immigration Law provide additional hands-on experience in these fast-growing fields, including clinics, fellowships, internships, and moot court/mock trial competitions, to create job-ready graduates.
Post a Job with Us
If you have an employment opportunity to share with New England Law students or alumni, post the job on our web page, or contact the Career Services Office. To let our students and alumni know about a job opening, simply fill out our Job Post form, and submit it to the Career Services Office. We will post the job on Symplicity, our online jobs database, and you will receive résumés directly.
Hold an On-Campus Recruiting Event
We encourage employers to visit our campus and interview our students in person. To reserve your on-campus interview date, simply fill out our Recruiting Form, or contact Tovah Miller, legal recruitment coordinator, and we will schedule a date for you. This service is free to employers.
Contact Tovah Miller, Legal Recruitment Coordinator
If you can’t interview on campus, we can help you gather résumés of qualified candidates. Please complete our Request Résumés form, and we will forward students’ résumés and application materials by your deadline.
Participate in the Summer Fellowship Program
Our Summer Fellowship Program allows students who have just finished their first year (and second year in the part-time program) to work at public and private organizations all over the country. The program is free to employers, since the students are paid with stipends from New England Law.