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We are delighted that you are interested in learning more about New England Law | Boston. We feel the best way to learn about a law school is to visit it! If you will be in the Boston area, we encourage you to stop by to see what life is like here at New England Law.

Guided Tours and Class Visits

Guided tours are led by either a student ambassador or an admissions representative. These tours are available twice daily, Monday through Friday, and each has an optional class visit at the end. If you are interested in the class visit, we ask that you stay until the end to prevent disruption of the class.

We strive to give every prospective student the personal attention they deserve. Therefore, we request at least one week advance notice to guarantee a guided tour. Tours are also available on some weekends or evenings when student ambassadors are available. These tours require at least two weeks advance notice because of the limited availability of student ambassadors at those times.

*Please note, classes end on April 24, 2014, at which point we will have a reading period, followed by exams, which take place through May 12, 2014. During this time we do not offer guided tours. This is done to limit distractions as our students are preparing for and taking exams. You are welcome to take a self-guided tour at this time.*

Without an appointment, we cannot guarantee a tour guide will be able to assist you.

Self-Guided Tours

You are more than welcome to take a self-guided law school tour without an appointment. Simply bring a photo ID and sign in with the security guard in the lobby of our 154 Stuart St. building and pick up our self-guided tour iPad at the circulation desk in the law library.

Self-guided law school tours are allowed:

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

We suggest that you check the Law Library hours to be certain that the building will be open when you visit, as hours change over the holidays and summer months.

Information Sessions

If you are interested in applying to New England Law, you should think about attending a law school information session. Spring Info Sessons take place in January and February, and fall sessions in November and December.