The Career Services Office at New England Law | Boston is here to support alumni, whether you are looking for a job, interested in connecting and networking with other alumni, or seeking to hire a student to work with your organization.
We always look to students and alumni who have benefited from New England Law’s outstanding experiential learning process to fill open positions. They give us an advantage over other firms.” —Maurice J. Ringel, RingelLaw, New England Law Graduate
Support at All Career Stages
Call on New England Law’s career advisors whenever you are facing a career transition. Our supportive advisors in the Career Services Office will help you define a career path, polish your résumé and cover letter, and perfect your face-to-face skills with mock interviews.
Plus, with our career portal for alumni, you can:
- Search and apply for jobs
- Get personalized job search updates
- Access our career resources library
- Schedule an appointment with a Career Services counselor
You may request a letter of reciprocity that will allow you to use the Career Services Office at another ABA-accredited law school (subject to the other schools’ reciprocity policy). You can view the reciprocity policies of other law schools on the National Association of Law Placement website.
New England Law is a member of the Consortium for Innovative Legal Education, Inc., which also includes the following law schools. You may submit a request for reciprocity year-round through the New England Law Career Services Office.
Connecting Alumni With Students
At New England Law, we specialize in sending well-trained lawyers into the legal community. If you have an employment opportunity to share with New England Law students or alumni, post the job on our web page, or contact the Career Services Office.
As a host for New England Law’s innovative Summer Fellowship Program, you can help a first-year law student jumpstart his or her legal career. Summer fellowships provide hands-on work experience and nurture valuable connections with practicing attorneys. Fellows also earn a school-paid stipend.