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Natalie Ciabattoni

BA, Susquehanna University


French and Philosophy


Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania

Prior Work Experience

Administrative Assistant, Willis Towers Watson

Work Experience

Legal Intern, Community Legal Services and Counseling Center; Student Attorney, New England Law | Boston Clinical Law Office; Judicial Intern, Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review

Extracurricular Activities

Associate Member, New England Law Review; Volunteer, Center for International Law and Policy; Member, International Law Society; Member, Immigration Law Association

Natalie Ciabattoni

Class of 2020

One of the best experiences I’ve had at law school.

Being a student attorney at the Clinical Law Office was the best experience I have had at New England Law because I was finally able to apply what I was learning in my classes to real cases and put those skills into practice. It was also an invaluable opportunity to build a mentor/mentee relationship with my supervising attorney.

On Alumni

The alumni network at New England Law is truly incredible. They are so invested in helping current students succeed and are always willing to answer questions and help in any way that they can.

On Career Services

The Career Services Office is an essential resource when searching for jobs and internships. My advisor is very helpful, accessible, and knowledgeable. She has assisted me with numerous cover letters, résumé edits, and mock interviews. I highly recommend taking advantage of the help that is available to you through the CSO!

One Piece of Advice for Someone Trying to Decide Where to Go to Law School

Be strategic about the school you choose in terms of location and building your network. Think about where you intend to practice law and focus on schools in that area with a strong alumni network.