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Some Wednesday classes cancelled, decision on others pending
Due to Mayor Walsh’s request to keep Boston’s streets clear for snow removal Wednesday, New England Law | Boston classes scheduled to start before 4 p.m. are cancelled. A decision on classes beginning at 4 p.m. and later will be communicated by noon today, as will the opening time for the library. Staff are not expected to report to work. more >

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New England Law | Boston’s proud heritage began in 1908, when its predecessor, Portia Law School, was founded as the nation’s only law school exclusively for women.   In 1938 Portia Law School became coeducational, and in 1969 the school was renamed New England School of Law and granted accreditation by the American Bar Association.

In 1998 New England School of Law was admitted to the Association of American Law Schools, in recognition that the school meets the highest standards in legal education.

At the advent of the school’s second century in 2008, the law school adopted a new name, New England Law | Boston, which celebrates the rich urban environment in which the school flourishes.

New England Law | Boston is also a founding member of the Consortium for Innovative Legal Education.