Co-op Employer FAQs

What is required of employers?

Employers must provide students with a minimum of 35 hours per week of substantive legal work under the direct supervision of a licensed attorney. At the conclusion of the work placement, the supervising attorney must complete a performance evaluation using a form provided by Northeastern that becomes a permanent part of the student’s academic record.

Co-op Program Information & Requirements

Employers are required to provide students with substantive legal work under the supervision of a licensed attorney or judge, and to complete a one-page performance evaluation at the completion of the co-op. Students must work a minimum of 35 hours a week…

Offer a Co-op

To find out more about offering a co-op, please fill out our employer application and we’ll contact you soon.