The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service supports and advances students interested in public service. The Center is led by highly experienced attorneys who work closely with students to identify term, summer, and postgraduate employment and fellowship opportunities.
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service provides cover letter and resume review; career development programs and informational sessions relating to public service opportunities; one-on-one career counseling and advising services; public service online and in-house resources; information about fellowships, scholarships, and loan forgiveness; connections to the extensive network of Suffolk Law alumni involved in public service; and weekly e-newsletters with public service employment, programming, and resource information.
Please note that the Office of Professional and Career Development (PCD) offers a variety of career resources, programming, and recruitment programs that are important to every law student's career exploration. Students interested in public service should be sure to connect with both the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service and PCD.
Pursuant to the principles and standards articulated by the Association for Legal Career Professionals, the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service cannot offer career services to first-semester first year law students prior to October 15.