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Project Analyst Program

Project Analysts

Our Project Analyst Program offers a unique opportunity to work directly with senior attorneys and professionals in a legal and business environment.

During your two-year tenure you will work under the guidance of attorneys and senior staff to meet the needs of clients by drafting reports, conducting legal research, analyzing financial data, tracking regulatory activity, and monitoring industry trends. While many Project Analysts go on to attend law school, the program’s alumni have also gone on to careers in banking, medicine, journalism, and consulting.

The Project Analyst program was founded in 1989 with five analysts in the Boston office and has since expanded to the Washington, DC and New York offices. There are currently 14 analysts who work in more than a dozen practice areas throughout the two years of the program.

Become a Mintz Project Analyst

Each year, our current Project Analysts manage the process of finding the next class of Project Analysts. They conduct the recruiting sessions and interviews. Formal recruiting is conducted at the schools listed in the schedule below; however, applications are accepted and encouraged from any college.

Interested candidates should be motivated, well-rounded, and professional. A minimum grade point average of 3.5 is strongly preferred. Your application must include a résumé, cover letter, transcript, and brief writing sample (no more than five pages). If your school is listed on our recruiting schedule, please see your school’s employment website for application instructions.

Outside applicants apply here.

For more information about how to apply, please follow this link.

If you have any questions, please contact: Jennifer Nelson, Administrative and Community Service Coordinator  email

Project Analyst Recruiting Schedule

School Application End Date

Barnard College

Career Fair: September 7th, 11:00 am, The James Room, Barnard Hall

September 11, 2018

Boston College

Information Session: September 5, 2018 — 5:00 pm, Devlin Hall Room 18

September 17, 2018
Boston University September 21, 2018

Brown University

Information Session: September 17, 2018 — 4:00 pm 1st floor, CareerLab

September 24, 2018

Columbia University

Information Session: October 8th, 5:30 pm, Center for Career Education Conference Room

October 10, 2018
Cornell University October 1, 2018
Dartmouth College September 26, 2018
Duke University October 1, 2018

George Washington University

Information Session: September 5th, 5:00 pm, Marvin Center

September 21, 2018

Georgetown University

Information Session: September 12th, 5:00 pm, Cawley Career Education Center 

September 18, 2018

Harvard College

Information Session: September 13, 2018 — 5:00 pm, location TBD

September 19, 2018
Johns Hopkins University October 3 2018
New York University September 26, 2018
Outside Applicants October 3, 2018

Princeton University

Information Session: September 27, 2018 — 5:00 pm Frist 309

October 4, 2018
Stanford University September 28, 2018
Tufts University September 26, 2018
University of Chicago October 3, 2018

University of Pennsylvania

Information Session: September 17th, 6:00 pm, Wharton School, Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 105 

October 1, 2018
University of Viginia September 28, 2018
Vassar College October 1, 2018
Wellesley College September 21, 2018
Wesleyan University September 21, 2018
Williams College September 21, 2018

Yale University

Law/Legal Services Networking Event: October 3rd, 2:00 pm, Quinnipiack Club

October 8, 2018


Meet Our Project Analysts

Read about our current class of Project Analysts. Email them, or check out their LinkedIn profiles to learn more about the program or to ask questions about recruiting.


Mintz Levin is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
It is the policy of Mintz Levin to provide equal employment opportunity by not discriminating against any individual because of gender; transgender status; race or color; religion; marital status; pregnancy; national or ethnic origin; ancestry or citizenship; sexual orientation; age; veteran's status; genetic information, predisposition or carrier status; mental or physical disability (except where such disability is a bonafide occupational disqualification); gender identity or expression, or any other category protected by federal or state law.

The policy of equal employment opportunity encompasses all aspects of the employment relationship, including recruitment, hiring, promotion and transfer, selection for training opportunities, termination, wage and salary administration, and the application of benefit plans and company policies.