Alumni Career Counseling
The Career Services Office at Boston Law School is available to assist you in making job-related transitions throughout your legal career.
You are welcome to attend any programs sponsored by Career Services. Please see the Events page for more details. If you plan to attend an event, please call the Career Services Office at (617) 552-4345.
Please note, that due to the recent economic situation, there may be at least a one-two week waiting period to speak with a BC Law Career Counselor. We are doing out best during these difficult times to respond to alumni while at the same time counsel all of our current students.
Please let the office know your situation when you call to request an appointment. Access to job postings on Symplicity and BC LawNet are always available to all alumni.
Thank you for your understanding.
To request an appointment, e-mail (1) a copy of your resume, (2) a summary of your current employment situation, and (3) the nature of your inquiry or a description of your current search to email@example.com.
In the meantime, you may also utilize the services we have provided for BC Law Alumni:
- Sign up for BC LawNet to network with fellow alums
- View our Alumni Transition Handout
- Register for Symplicity to access the Alumni Job Database
The Career Services Office provides advice and resources to alumni seeking Judicial Clerkships. Please visit our Judicial Clerkship page for more information.
The Francis X. Bellotti Loan Repayment Assistance and Forgiveness Program supports recent Boston College Law School graduates in law-related public interest careers by assisting them in the repayment of their educational debt. The awards are renewable annually. Recipients are determined by a Dean-appointed committee. For guidelines, deadlines and application forms, see Boston College Repayment Assistance Program. The deadline is December 1st.
Massachusettes Bar Association: Lawyers in Transition Committee
From their website:
The Lawyers in Transition Committee of the Massachusetts Bar Association aims to assist attorneys who are in the midst of career transitions, particularly attorneys who are new to practice, seeking to re-enter the paid workforce, to switch practice areas, or to pursue alternative careers altogether.
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers
From their website:
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyer, Inc. (LCL) is a private, non-profit Massachusetts corporation. As the state's sole lawyer assistance program, LCL assists lawyers, judges, law students, and their families who are experiencing any level of impairment in their ability to function as a result of personal, mental health, addiction or medical problems.