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New England Law | Boston, an ABA-approved, AALS-member, freestanding law school, seeks a new Dean, who also serves as the school’s chief executive officer, reporting to the Board of Trustees. Candidates must embrace NELB’s commitment to scholarly excellence and practice orientation. Fluency in budgeting and finance and administrative experience are essential. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to strengthen financial sustainability, facilitate program innovation, and build NELB’s capacity to serve a diverse student population. Candidates should have fundraising aptitude and ideas for cultivating high student and alumni institutional affinity. Learn more. 

Lecturer on Law and Specialist for Academic Success and Academic and Institutional Assessment

This holder of this in-person position will provide the Dean of the Law School with recommendations as to how to improve student learning. These recommendations will be informed by quantitative and qualitative studies of academic programming and student success, including on the bar exam. The holder of this position will also be responsible for ABA reports and inspections that request information on the achievement of institutional academic goals. The holder of this position will be a member of the faculty, with the title of lecturer on law, and will teach regularly within the law school programs aimed at enhancing student learning. Learn more.  

Director, Law School Career Services

The Director of the Career Services Office (CSO) serves as the lead visionary for ensuring a robust career and mentoring network for students at New England Law. Under the general direction of the Associate Dean, the Director is responsible for the overall direction, administration, coordination, and evaluation of the CSO. This includes counseling students and alumni in career planning skills and job search strategies, coordinating training skills workshops and career forums, developing relationships with potential employers and employment opportunities, and maintaining effective working relationships with students, alumni, staff, and other placement professionals throughout the United States. The Director is responsible for general office supervision, including management of the CSO budget and supervision of the CSO staff, which currently includes the Associate Director, three counselors, an Operations Coordinator, and an Administrative Assistant. Learn More. 


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. 

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To apply to any of the above positions, please send resume & cover letter to the email address listed in the individual job descriptions.