The Facts About New England Law | Boston
Total student enrollment: 1,135
- Alumni in 50 states and 15 countries.
- Founded in 1908 as Portia Law School, the only law school established exclusively for the education of women. Coeducational since 1938.
- Renamed New England School of Law in 1969.
Name changed to New England Law | Boston in 2008.
- Accreditation/Membership: American Bar Association and the Association of American Law Schools.
- With three other independent law schools, New England Law is a founding member of the Consortium for Innovative Legal Education.
|Profile of Entering Class||Grade Explanation and Transcript Guide|
|Employment Statistics||Clinical Programs|
|Law Review and Journals||Moot Court and Mock Trial|
|Academic Centers||Pro Bono and Public Service|
Profile of the Entering Class, 2012
|Number Enrolled:||450||Number of colleges and universities represented:||239|
|Number of states represented:||40||Number of countries represented:||11|
|Average Age:||25||Age Range:||20-60|
|Students of color:||32%||Out-of-state percentage||67%|
|LSAT:||Median 149, 75th/25th percentile 153/145||UGPA:||Median 3.06, 75th/25th percentile 3.40/2.74|
|Full-time day division:||3 years||Part-time day division:||4 years|
|Part-time evening division:||4 years||Special part-time program*:||up to 6 years|
*For parents with primary or sole child-rearing responsibilities.
|July 2013 Massachusetts Bar Passage (for first-time takers):||