Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower is President and CEO of the NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on research and education about the legal profession. Ms. Hornblower guides the NALP Foundation’s research initiatives, publications, programs, and fundraising, and represents the Foundation.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Fiona served as the Assistant Dean for Career Development and Public Service at Boston University School of Law for over six years, leading the office that helped BU Law students and alumni launch and sustain their careers, providing individual career advising and coaching, professional development programming, job search tools, professional connections to alumni and other practitioners, and extensive on- and off-campus recruiting programs. This department also managed BU Law’s voluntary Pro Bono Program.
Previously, Fiona was an independent consultant to law firms, specializing in talent management, partner leadership development, career development, work-life, and retention programs for high potential, women, and diverse attorneys. She was the National Director of Legal Recruiting for Bingham McCutchen LLP from 2002-2009, and a litigation associate at Bingham from 1997-2002, concentrating in complex commercial disputes, antitrust, business torts, franchise and probate/family law matters. She clerked for the Hon. Frank M. Coffin, senior judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit from 1996-1997. She was also a Principal at Divorce Consultations, in Lincoln, MA.
Veronica Vargas Stidvent and Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower share their new study that highlights the law school experience for women of color.
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