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“Working with clients through the Lawyering Process Clinic has taught me more about practicing law than any class could. The clinics at New England Law really do prepare you for life after law school.” Parker Reynolds, Graduate

Clinical courses allow students to put classroom learning into practice in a real-world setting, and provide excellent opportunities to perform public service and public interest legal work.

New England Law is one of the few schools where you can take up to four clinics before graduation—starting as early as the first semester of your second year. And it’s one of the country’s few “guaranteed clinic/externship” law schools, meaning that interested students are guaranteed at least one clinical/externship experience during their law school career.

Students who take clinics early in law school often find it helps them better understand upper-level courses. Clinics also can help prepare for the bar examination while boosting your résumé and networking efforts.

In-House Clinics


Placement Clinics and Externships

Component Clinics and Externships

Other Practice-Based Programs