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Our campus neighborhood includes Bostons magnificent Public Garden.

New England Law | Boston’s campus is in the Theater District, a vibrant downtown location offering a wealth of options for work and play. The school is near multiple state and federal courts, government agencies, and law firms, and we are conveniently located near a public transportation network that connects you to clerkships, clinic placements, and employment opportunities.

Housing

New England Law doesn’t offer on-campus housing, but our students have many choices for housing within Boston and its suburbs. Our staff is ready to help admitted students research neighborhoods, view apartments and rooms for rent, and find a roommate.

Landlords and current occupants list available apartments and rooms with our office. If you are interested in advertising a rental listing or room occupancy on the New England Law’s list of available rentals for incoming students, please complete and submit the Apartment Listing Form for Landlords.

Admitted Student Housing

Apartment Listing Form for Landlords

Local Transportation

Our downtown location provides many public transportation options, and our campus is conveniently accessible via all major highways. Access to the train stations at Back Bay and South Station and to Logan International Airport is also convenient via public transportation.

Directions

MBTA Map

Other Boston Resources

When you aren’t studying or working, you’ll enjoy exploring the city of Boston, which features large parks, walking and jogging paths, a river esplanade, excellent shopping, varied restaurants and cafés, museums, theaters, historic landmarks, and some of the country’s top sports teams.

Map of Boston