Worldwide, NYU School of Law graduates are leaders in public service, often working for organizations that they learned about or even worked for as students. NYU Law is proud to have a high percentage of its graduates pursuing full-time public service careers: Each year 10 to 15% of the graduating class chooses a public service job, and even more students do so after completing a judicial clerkship.
In an effort to provide a snapshot of some of the organizations where recent NYU Law graduates have pursued their public interest careers, we have provided these listings organized by graduation year. Please note that these lists were created during the summer following the year of graduation and therefore are not complete. For example, public interest graduates who pursue judicial clerkships are not represented on these lists.
For more information, you can review all employment data for recent graduates.