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From the moment you arrive on campus and throughout your time at New England Law | Boston, our legal Career Services team will work closely with you to help you prepare for the job search process, introduce potential career paths you may not have considered, and connect you with our vast alumni network. Law networking, employer panels, and other career-focused events are held throughout the school year as well. 

Legal Career Services for First-Year Students

Career Counseling

The Career Services Office helps first-year students create a personalized strategy to identify and achieve their career goals. First-year students also participate in legal Career Services programs, workshops, résumé reviews, and mock interviews.

Responsible Lawyering

The Career Services Office partners with the Academic Excellence Program to present career development programming during the Responsible Lawyering Class. These innovative and interactive sessions cover important topics to meet the CSO mission of preparing students for professional excellence. Topics covered include resume and cover letter writing, 1L Summer job searching, networking and perfecting needed communication skills. The Fall sessions end with a capstone event in November bringing together over 200 alumni for an evening of networking and connecting.

Services for Upper-Class Students

The Career Services Office helps upper-class students stay on track to achieve career success by helping to evaluate their career goals, enhancing their professional “brand” in the legal marketplace, and introducing them to new legal career opportunities.

Alumni Career Forum

Network one-on-one with successful New England Law graduates at our annual Alumni Career Forum. Alumni who are pursuing both traditional and nontraditional legal careers gather to answer your questions, and give advice for entering the job market.

Boston Bar Association Student Membership

New England Law | Boston offers students a free, one-year membership to the Boston Bar Association. Students who join the Boston Bar Association have access to hundreds of free educational programs, networking opportunities, and social events.

Weekly Advice and Job Postings

The Career Services Office sends a weekly electronic newsletter to all students with recruitment opportunities, new job listings, and professional development programs offered both on and off campus.


The people who work in Career Services are superheroes…I have the tools to better manage the stress of job applications, I always rely on the Career Portal, and I find amazing openings via the website.” —Anna Madrishin ’20, Rappaport Fellow

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