By Tricia Gould, Assistant Director, Center for Co-op & Professional Advancement
One of the most outstanding things about NUSL is the incredibly wide spectrum of experiential learning opportunities available to students when applying for their four co-ops. Having said that, one of the most important tasks for students is to strategically choose among the options – all with an eye towards building a network that will lead to post graduate employment. Where and how do you begin? Read on to find out.
By Naeema Hernandez, Center for Co-op & Professional Advancement
Thinking about working in New York City at some point during your legal education? NUSL’s co-op program has you covered! CCOPA recently outreached to a number of public interest and international employers to strengthen existing relationships and to build new opportunities for student exploration and post-graduate career placement. Every employer that CCOPA has connected with in NYC has reinforced the importance of establishing legal connections and experiences in the city during the law student’s education if the student ultimately wants to work in NYC after graduation.
By Smriti ’17
Summer in the concrete jungle is not as mundane as it sounds. In fact, there are a myriad of events going on weekly to fill up your social calendar and make you forget (even if temporarily) the 50+ action items your supervising attorney gave you for the week.
I can’t speak for other cities, but I have been on co-ops and internships in Boston for the past 2 years while at NUSL. I wouldn’t trade Boston for any other city. Whether it’s summer or winter, Boston always has her arms open with activities that satisfy all sorts of cravings from those of culinary connoisseurs to exercise enthusiasts.
Our faculty have been weighing in on a variety of cultural and legal topics lately. See what they have say!
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It’s the start of Orientation and the Class of 2016 is finally here! We are so fortunate to welcome this great group of talented, passionate, diverse, and experienced first-year law students to Northeastern and the entire Office of Admissions cannot wait to see what wonderful things they accomplish over the next three years.