New England Law | Boston has been named
one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts in the third annual listing
published in the Boston Globe. The law school is the only educational
institution included on this year's list.
The Top Places to Work 2010 appears online at www.boston.com/jobs/topworkplaces/
and was published in a magazine supplement in the November 7 Sunday Globe.
The project recognizes the most progressive companies in the state and includes
input from employees about company leadership, compensation and training,
diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility, and values
and ethics. Private companies and nonprofits as well as publicly held
businesses were included in the analysis.
"I am particularly pleased by this achievement because it confirms how I feel
about working here myself," said Dean John F. O’Brien. "Those of us who
are employed at New England Law spend our days in a collegial and friendly
environment in which everyone contributes their best efforts. It doesn’t
surprise me that the comments by our employees were overwhelmingly positive.
"But the mission of our institution also makes many of us particularly
committed to the school. We help people achieve their dreams and reach
their goals. Students benefit directly from the commitment and dedication
of faculty and staff, which make New England Law a superior learning environment
and one where students feel supported by faculty, staff, and their fellow