Worldwide, NYU School of Law graduates are leaders in public service, often with organizations that they learned about or even worked for while students. NYU is proud to have a high percentage of its graduates pursuing full-time public service careers; each year between 10-15% of the graduating class choose a public service job and even more do so after completion of a judicial clerkship. For all employment data on recent graduates, click here.
In an effort to provide a snapshot of some of the organizations where recent NYU School of Law graduates have elected to pursue their public interest careers, we have provided these listings. By selecting a year from the left you can review the public interest employment choices of that graduating class. Recent fellowship recipients are listed through a separate link on the left. These lists were generated, specifically for this purpose, during the summer following the year of graduation and, therefore, they are not complete lists. For example, each year the public interest graduates who pursue judicial clerkships are not represented on these lists.