Assistant Dean for Career Development & Public Service
Assistant Dean Mandie LeBeau oversees the Career Development & Public Service Office at Boston University School of Law. She joined the University in the summer of 2020. Assistant Dean LeBeau has more than fifteen years of experience as a career development professional specializing in the legal industry.
Prior to joining the University, she managed the Career Services Office at New England Law | Boston where she developed and maintained relations with employers, advised students and alumni on their careers, and taught The Lawyering Experience, a professional development course for first-year students. Before joining New England Law | Boston, she was the program director for the Boston Lawyers Group and a program consultant for the Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity, where she assisted legal employers with recruiting and retaining diverse attorneys. Earlier in her career, she was an associate at McKenzie & Associates PC.
Assistant Dean LeBeau also served as president of Pardon Me Inc., a business etiquette consulting firm teaching students and executives how to present themselves professionally in the workplace. She served on the Data Policy and Collection Committee for the Council of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. A former president of the Massachusetts Association of Legal Recruiters, she served as the northeast regional coordinator for the National Association for Law Placement and as the co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Diversity & Inclusion Section Subcommittee for Pipeline and Recruitment. She received a BA in political science from Spelman College and a JD from Suffolk University Law School.
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- Mandie LeBeau