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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.
New England Law | Boston is currently accepting applications for the position of New England Law Faculty Fellow. The law school anticipates hiring multiple fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year. Fellows will teach three courses in the academic year, one or two of which will be core courses. Fellows will receive mentoring and guidance in teaching, research, and scholarship from New England Law faculty and participate in all aspects of the New England Law community. Fellows will receive research support, including research and travel funds. Fellows are expected to be in full-time residence during the fellowship. Learn more.
Visiting Professor of Practice
New England Law | Boston is currently accepting applications for the position of Visiting Professor of Practice for the 2023-2024 academic year. Visiting Professors of Practice will be expected to teach four courses in the academic year, at least one of which will be a core course; and to participate in all aspects of the New England Law community, in particular programs aimed at students’ experiential and professional development. Visiting Professors of Practice are expected to be in full-time residence at New England Law. Learn more.