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If you are looking for new hires with practical experience, the Career Services Office can connect you with well-trained law students and graduates whose skills have been tested in the real world. Whether you’re looking to post a job opportunity or conduct on-campus interviews, we are ready to help you find talented individuals who fit your hiring needs.

New England Law Career Services for employers
Christopher S. Fox ’18, Associate, Murtha Cullina

Why Hire Our JD Students and Graduates?

New England Law | Boston students and graduates hit the ground running in the workplace, thanks to our emphasis on real-world learning and practical curriculum. Ample hands-on learning opportunities—starting as early as 1L year—lead to job-ready graduates.

Our certificate programs and academic concentrations also provide specialized experience in fast-growing fields such as immigration law and compliance.

We frequently hear that our students and graduates are uniquely professional, prepared, and pleasant to work with, seamlessly fitting into their organizations.

Post a Job with Us

Reach an ambitious pool of well-trained law students and graduates with our easy-to-use and free employer resources. To post a job with us:

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On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

We encourage employers to visit our campus in downtown Boston and interview our students in person. To reserve your on-campus interview date, log into our Career Advising Network (CAN) and hit "Register for OCI." You can also contact us at cso@nesl.edu, and we will schedule a date for you.
Register for OCI
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Request Résumés

If you can’t conduct on-campus interviews, we can help you gather résumés of qualified candidates. Use the Career Advising Network (CAN) portal to post a job, and we will forward application materials by your deadline.
Request Résumés
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Summer Fellowship Program

Our Summer Fellowship Program allows students who have just finished their first year (or second year if they are part-time) to work at public and private organizations all over the country on a school-paid stipend.
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Judicial Internship Programs

Our law students can connect with judicial clerkships or internships in two ways: The Honors Judicial Internship Program (part-time positions during the academic year) and the Summer Legal Judicial Internship Program (full-time positions during the summer).
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The New England Law students I’ve hired are motivated and hard-working... It’s easy to make the decision to hire them after they graduate.” —Joe Flanagan, New England Law graduate; partner, Morrison Mahoney LLP

Other Ways to Support Students

In addition to hiring law students and graduates, employers can foster the next generation of legal talent by connecting with them in several ways:

  • Serve as a mentor to an individual or law student group
  • Participate in career symposia and panel discussions
  • Conduct informational interviews with students
  • Host an on- or off-campus networking event

The New England Law Career Services Office is happy to help coordinate any of these opportunities. Please contact us to get started.

Employer Policies

Employers posting a job in our database agree to comply with our Nondiscrimination Policy, found below. We reserve the right in our sole discretion to restrict or remove any job posting without notice that appears to violate our policy or that we otherwise feel is inappropriate for our law students and alumni.

Nondiscrimination Policy

It is the policy of New England Law | Boston to provide equality of opportunity to obtain employment for all persons, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender (including identity and expression), genetic information, military service, age, or disability. The law school complies with all applicable federal, state, and local nondiscrimination laws, including Title IX. The school’s services and facilities are available only to employers who observe the principle of equal opportunity stated in this policy.

We look forward to working with you and thank you for recruiting New England Law students and graduates.

Contact Us

  • Career Services Office
  • New England Law | Boston
  • 154 Stuart Street
  • Boston, MA 02116
cso@nesl.edu