The Attorney General's Stephanie Lovell Honors Program

Applications will be accepted between Monday, August 14, 2023, and Monday, October 2, 2023.

The Attorney General’s Office is seeking entry-level attorneys for its 2024 Stephanie Lovell Honors (Fellowship) Program in the Boston office.  The Program offers entry-level attorneys the unique opportunity to engage in the practice of law and policy in the largest public sector legal office in the Commonwealth. 

Fellows receive training and guidance from experienced attorneys to enhance proficiency and develop skills. Through the Fellowship Program, new attorneys will launch their legal careers by enriching their legal experience, broadening their exposure to the public sector, and assuming substantial individual responsibility for their work. Selected fellows will explore and gain experience in a variety of practice areas over the course of the two-year fellowship.  Fellows generally complete three rotations through different areas of the office.

The Stephanie Lovell Honors (Fellowship) Program begins in September 2024.  All individuals invited to participate must commit to a two-year term and must take the bar exam in Massachusetts no later than July 2024.  The salary will be $69,300 per year. 

Eligible Candidates and Criteria

The Attorney General’s Office seeks applications for the Stephanie Lovell Honors (Fellowship) Program from:

  • Third-year day or fourth-year evening law students scheduled to graduate in 2024; and
  • Current full-time judicial law clerks who received their J.D. in 2022 or 2023.

Application Process

Applications will be accepted between Monday, August 14, 2023 and Monday, October 2, 2023. Applicants must apply electronically via the Attorney General's Office Employment and Recruitment Portal.  In addition to a completed application, applicants must submit the following:

  1. Resume;
  2. Cover letter;
  3. Law school transcript;
  4. A one-page personal statement. Your resume will reflect your legal and professional experience. The personal statement should explain the reason(s) for your commitment to public interest law and your interest in the work of the Attorney General’s Office, including any personal experiences related to the mission of our office.

Applicants will be asked to upload these documents as part of the application process.

Writing sample and OFFICIAL law school transcript are to be provided at the time of the interview. 

Application materials may be addressed to the Fellowship Selection Committee.

We will gladly assist applicants who are unable to complete an application online or who are in need of accommodation during the application process.

Selected candidates will be invited for interviews in October/November 2023.  Offers will be extended in November/December 2023.

For More Information

For more information on the Fellowship Program, download and view our brochure.

For questions or assistance, please contact us at (617) 963-2932 or

To learn more about the 2023 Fellowship Program, you may attend one of two available virtual Information Sessions.


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