Our Career Services team coordinates more than 100 programs, 2,000 interviews, and nearly 250 other employer relationships each year. But the most important number is one-on-one—that’s how BC Law career planning works.
From the day you step on campus, we help you look ahead with advising and programs designed to identify your passions and pave the way to meaningful employment.
Our unique 1L Boot Camp begins the process. Boot Camp picks up where case law leaves off and gives you access to legal market experts, communication and other job search training, self-assessment coaches, mock interviews, alumni meet-ups, professional networking events, and practitioner practice panels..
We’re the bridge to your professional future. One-on-one or through more than 100 programs, we help with preparation skills, resources, alumni, and employer contacts.
Visit East Wing, Suite 201, 9–5 (9–3 during summers), Monday through Friday. Or contact us: 617-552-4345 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about services for students
The Career Services Office (CSO) sponsors over 100 programs each year
Programs that introduce students to the basics of the legal job market.
On- and off-campus interviewing programs connect students and employers. Specialized mock interviews and other programs help students prepare for any type of interview.
Learn networking, organization, and other job search strategies from alumni, fellow students, and CSO staff.
Clerkships working with a judge are among the most prestigious jobs a graduating law student can get. These programs prepare you to navigate the clerkship application process.
1L Boot Camp
Our innovative 1L Boot Camp, co-led with the Law Student Association, gets students off on the right foot as they pursue jobs for the summer and after graduation.
Build your network and learn about the job market in the areas of the law where you expect to practice. These programs also offer students an opportunity to explore areas of practice that they may not have been exposed to.
Students interested in government and public interest careers will find extensive programs and networking opportunities to help launch their careers.
Students in our Pro Bono Program pledge to contribute 50 or more hours of law-related community service while at BC Law. These programs help connect students with pro bono opportunities.
The Summer Success Workshop includes everything you need to know about how to find a job and succeed in your summer internship. Leading professionals from employers such as TripAdvisor, the Massachusetts Superior Court and Attorney General's Office, Morgan Lewis and WilmerHale, and the US Attorney's Office advise and network with students through four different workshops and practice areas.