Key Contacts

Career Development Office

For the 2014-2015 academic year, the CDO is located on the third floor of the Sumner M. Redstone Building at the Law School (Room 333).

Welcome to the Office of Career Development and Public Service (CDO) homepage—your online source to helpful career advice, information and resources. You can also check our online job posting site, Symplicity and schedule an appointment with one of our attorney advisers. If you need further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you are an employer interested in information on recruitment opportunities, please click here.

If you are an alumnus/a of BU Law, please click here to obtain an individualized username and password to access this site.

If you are a transfer or visiting student please click here to learn more about recruitment activities and working with the CDO at BU Law.

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BU Post Graduate Public Service Fellowships and the N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship

BU Law is extremely pleased to announce that applications for the BU Public Service Fellowships and the N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship are now available.

Applications are due by noon on April 30, 2015. Applications and relevant information are located on Symplicity (Public Service Fellowships at ID #19304) (N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship at ID #19305). Selected fellows will receive an award of $40,000, paid in monthly installments over the 12-month period (September 1, 2015-August 31, 2016). Fellowship recipients will be entitled to Boston University employee benefits.

All 3Ls who have not secured employment are eligible to apply.

The goal of the Public Service Fellowships is to help launch graduates in their desired careers in public service, while supporting non-profit organizations and state and local government agencies.

The goal of the N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship is to assist a graduate in launching his or her career in the field of disability rights law.

Applicants who apply for the BU Public Service Fellowships may also apply for the N. Neal Pike Disability Rights Fellowship.

Please contact the CDO with any questions at lawcdo@bu.edu

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