Admitted Student Events
Admitted Student Open Houses
Here, you can chat with current students; participate in a panel with staff from the clinics, CSO, and AEP; take a tour of the law school; have a meal with professors; and sit in on a detailed presentation on finding housing in Boston
If you have already attended an Open House but would like to come for just the Housing portion of the day, you can indicate that on the RSVP form.
Registration for these events is limited to admitted students only. Admitted students may sign up here.
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 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.
To limit the amount of distraction as students are preparing for and taking finals, we are unable to schedule guided tours from April 22 through May 13.
Without an appointment, we cannot guarantee a tour guide will be able to assist you. Please note that self-guided tours are always available.
You are more than welcome to take a self-guided tour without an appointment. Simply sign in with the security guard in the lobby of our 154 Stuart St. building and pick up our self-guided tour at the circulation desk in the law library.
Self-guided tours of the law school are allowed:
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Please Note: We suggest that you check the law library hours to be sure that the building will be open when you visit.
If you are unable to make one of our Admitted Student Open Houses, you may want to consider attending an Information Session. It is directed towards prospective students, and therefore will include a review of application requirements and the application process. However, it does offer the opportunity to take a guided tour, sit in on a class, and interact with a panel of current students. For more information about our Information Sessions, go to our Admissions Visit page.
|Information Session Format|
|5:15-6:00 p.m.||Tour of New England Law (optional)|
|6:00-6:45 p.m.||Admissions process and requirements are presented by an admissions representative|
|6:45-7:15 p.m.||Learning about New England Law: Q & A session with current student and admissions representatives|
* If you would like to have a tour of New England Law and to attend the class, but cannot make the scheduled tour, self-guided tours are available in the library.