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Be a driving force behind some of the fastest growing law programs in Boston. Since 1908 New England Law | Boston has upheld a legacy of revolution, evolution, and excellence. Here, you'll join a supportive and inclusive community, dedicated to progress and achieving a brighter future. 

Open Positions:

Admissions Counselor - Recruitment 

Reporting to the Dean of Admissions, this individual will work collaboratively with admissions and marketing staff to identify, nurture, and recruit prospective students and applicants to the Law School. The Admission Counselor will support all recruitment activities— including all on- and off-campus recruitment events for prospective JD and LLM students; assist with all event planning— including admitted student events and orientation; provide support for the Student Ambassador Program, Mentorship Program, and SDOC Honors Program; engage with prospective students at all stages of the recruitment pipeline; and provide guided tours of the Law School. Learn more

Assistant Director, Legal Recruitment and Portia Pipeline Coordinator, Career Services 

The Assistant Director will provide comprehensive counseling, programs, and resources to New England Law students, and will also serve as the legal recruitment and Pipeline to Practice coordinator. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, and executing all career services recruitment-related activities. Learn more

Assistant Director, Financial Aid

Under the general supervision of the Director of Financial Aid, the Assistant Director of Financial Aid supports critical functions within the Office of Financial Aid, contributing to the success of the student financial aid program at New England Law. The Assistant Director oversees the work-study program, veterans’ benefits program and communications. The Assistant Director advises students and parents on applying for loans or scholarships and has knowledge of available federal and private financial aid programs. Overall responsibilities include verifying the information in financial aid applications, monitoring annual and as-needed reviews of merit and SAP eligibility, and ensuring the compliance of the law school with all federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies. Learn more.

Director of Alumni Relations

Working closely with the Dean’s office, the Director of Alumni Relations will lead the Law School’s alumni operation, providing the strategic, tactical, and managerial leadership for alumni relations efforts. The Director is dedicated to understanding alumni and facilitating ways to grow and sustain the base of alumni engaging with and supporting the school. The Director will oversee alumni relations, the Annual Giving Program, and plan special events. Learn more. Learn more

Director of Information Technology, Associate Director of Instructional Technology 

The Director of Information Technology oversees comprehensive IT services and general infrastructure in support of the Law School. The Director supervises the team of computer professionals and support staff who maintain the hardware, software, networking, security, equipment, and infrastructure in school buildings. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director is primarily responsible for IT budgetary and spending management, and reviewing and guiding all technology projects. The Director is the primary conduit between department heads (and their requirements) and the institution’s IT function. In addition, this individual serves as Associate Director of Instructional Technology.  Learn more.

Director of Student Services

The Director of Student Services is primarily responsible for providing support to New England Law | Boston students. In this role, the Director works with students, faculty, and staff to create an engaged, supportive, inclusive learning environment and to promote student retention and success. The Director works closely with the Dean, and the Associate and Assistant Deans on all aspects of student-related issues, fostering a sense of community and supporting the Law School’s goal of graduating practice-ready attorneys. Learn more.

 

 

 

 

  

Apply Today:

To apply to any of the above positions, please send resume & cover letter to ccushman@nesl.edu.