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Schedule a Visit at New England Law | Boston

We encourage you to visit our campus!

Visiting our campus is the best way to determine if New England Law | Boston is the best law school for you. You are welcome to contact the Office of Admissions to meet with a representative if you would like more information. You can reach them at (617) 422-7210, or via email at

Campus Visit Credit

Admitted applicants will receive a $200 credit toward the second deposit for their fall 2016 application if they attend a qualifying event between September 15, 2015 and their second deposit deadline.  Qualifying events include a guided or self-guided tour, Information Session, Admitted Student Open House, Merit Scholar Reception, Diversity Day, or a Housing Session.



Please fill out the form below to schedule a tour and/or class visit. Once you have submitted your information, you will be contacted by an admissions representative to confirm the date and time that you requested.

Please note: A law school visit may not be possible on certain dates, but if we are unable to accommodate your request, our admissions representative will work with you to find a convenient alternative time to visit.

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Date/Time of Visit

Please note: any tour less than a week in advance may not be available; contact the Office of Admissions to confirm.

Please click a date on the calendar to the left to view tour times, then select the tour from the list below.

Please note tours are not available on Columbus Day and Thanksgiving.

Tours will end on December 1 so that students can prepare for final exams. Please contact admissions if you would like to visit the law school.

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Please let us know of any special requests or other information you might find helpful to scheduling your visit to New England Law | Boston.