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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:

Administrative Assistant, Deans Office

Under direction of the Dean, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for
managing certain projects, assigned by the Dean, providing administrative support, and managing
effective systems and protocols within the Dean’s Office. Specific projects will be determined based on
need, and will support academic programming and law school events. The Administrative
Assistant will interface with individuals at all levels of the law school, and will have
responsibility for confidential and sensitive communications among law school constituents. The
successful candidate will handle administrative tasks, professional relationships, and confidential
information with discretion and maturity. LEARN MORE

 
Administrative Assistant, Student Services

The Student Services Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the Director of Student Services, serves as a source of information for students, and assures the smooth operation of the day-today activities of the office. Specific responsibilities include maintaining the Director’s calendar, correspondence, various administrative tasks, and other duties as needed. LEARN MORE

 

Assistant Director and Judicial Clerkships Coordinator

We are currently seeking a professional, customer service-focused individual for an Assistant Director
position in the law school’s career services office who will provide comprehensive counseling, programs,
and resources to New England Law students, as well as focusing on judicial clerkship opportunities. LEARN MORE

 

Faculty Fellow Position

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 2022-2023 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 

 

Apply Today:

To apply to any of the above positions, please send resume & cover letter to Human Resources at dtyrrell@nesl.edu