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Prospective Law School Students

Bring your best.  We'll bring ours.

If you are interested in attending law school in Massachusetts, New England Law’s location is second to none in terms of opportunity. We invite you to see for yourself what we bring to the study and practice of the law.

Applications and Admissions
Inside the Classroom
Academic Programs

Outside the Classroom

Law School Applications and Admissions

Explore our powerful combination of academic excellence and community engagement, and consider what you can bring to our dynamic community of thinkers and doers.  We invite you to review our viewbook and visit our school to meet our faculty, staff, and students.  Please contact Admissions to discuss your future in the law and to apply for enrollment for a JD degree.

Inside the Classroom

Members of the New England Law faculty bring to the classroom and to the field top-tier academic credentials, years of hard-won victories, influential research, and a proven ability to communicate their legal expertise and enthusiasm.  Our highly engaged faculty and staff are dedicated to your academic performance.  Students can also take advantage of opportunities to study international and comparative law in universities abroad as they pursue their degree in law.

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Law School Academic Programs

Choose the program that fits your life.  Along with your drive, intellect, and vision, you bring your life circumstances with you to New England Law.  We offer four options, including part-time law school programs, tailored to fit your needs, and we are one of only two law schools in the Boston area with an evening division.

Law degree programs

  1. Part-time Day Division
  2. Part-time Evening Division
  3. Special Part-time Division

Here are some of the options and opportunities that distinguish a New England Law education.

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Outside the Classroom

Challenge yourself beyond the classroom.  Through clinical programs, internships, externships, clerkships, and other experiential opportunities, you fully explore your options and begin shaping your career trajectory while still in school.

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