New England Law | Boston to repeat highly successful Summer Fellowship Program
Program builds resumes, opens doors, helps students become practice ready
- (Link to list of all 2013 summer fellows and their placements.)
- (Link to Center for Business Law fellowship details.)
- (Link to Center for Law and Social Responsibility fellowship details.)
(Boston, Revised-4/11/14) New England Law | Boston: Building on the success of last year’s pilot program, New England Law | Boston will once again sponsor its Summer Fellowship Program in 2014, enabling students to earn money, gain valuable skills and contacts, and enhance their career prospects in a range of legal specialties and settings.
The opportunity will be available to first-year Day and Evening Division students and second-year Evening Division students. The fellowships are administered by the law school’s Center for Business Law (CBL) and the Center for Law and Social Responsibility (CLSR). New England Law alumni also provide assistance.
A continuing effort to help students
Wide range of placements
- Federal and state courts, including U.S. District Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts, Criminal Division; Hon. Elizabeth Fahey, Massachusetts Superior Court; Hon. Stephen Limon, Juvenile Court Department Suffolk County Division, Boston; Massachusetts Land Court; Hon. Joseph Sise, Court of Claims, Montgomery County, NY; and the Superior Court of New Jersey;
- Attorney general and public defender offices, including U.S. District Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts, Criminal Division; Essex District Attorney’s Office, Salem, MA; Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Homicide Unit, Cambridge, MA; Public Defender’s Office, Monroe County, NY; Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General; and Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney, WA;
- Law firms and corporate legal departments, including John Hancock; Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky P.C.; and Pan Am Railways, among many others;
- Government agencies, including EPA Region 1, Boston; Federal Reserve Bank of New York; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; U.S. Army JAG Corps; U.S. Trade Representative Office, Washington; Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs; Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA); Massachusetts Securities Division; City of Melrose, MA; City of New York Parks and Recreation;
- Social service agencies, including Catholic Charities of Baltimore, MD; Irish International Immigrant Center, Boston; Harvard Legal Aid Bureau; Human Rights Watch, New York; and Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Archdiocese of Boston.