The New England Law | Boston Difference
There’s a real emphasis here on preparing students to practice law.” —Professor Lisa J. Laplante, Director, Center for International Law and Policy
Top law practitioners, influential judges, and distinguished scholars will serve as your professors and mentors.
I was able to experience what life is really like as counsel for an international corporation.” —Katie Milligan, Graduate, about her Business Law Fellowship at The Donna Karan Company
Through hands-on training, you will apply classroom concepts while working with clients and lawyers in real-world legal situations.
Choosing a law school with a part-time program enabled me to pursue my dream of becoming an attorney and provided the flexibility to build my résumé through full-time internships, clinics, and employment.” —Christopher Hughes, Graduate
Our Full-Time Day, Part-Time Day, Part-Time Evening, and Special Part-Time divisions can fit any schedule.
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Our academic centers offer a combination of faculty mentorship and hands-on experience.” —Dean John F. O'Brien, Graduate
Our three academic centers provide in-depth experience in diverse and growing areas of the law—business, international, and public interest.
It’s the most diverse school that I’ve attended, and the community is very welcoming.” —Courtney Herndon, Graduate, first African American female editor of the New England Law Review
Our welcoming environment inspires all students and faculty to thrive academically, socially, and professionally.
Our graduates stay, grow their careers, and help build our communities. We’re woven into the fabric of New England.” —Karyn Polito, Graduate, Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor
New England Law graduates make their mark in law firms, corporations, government, and the judiciary.
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4/27/2018 06:00PM - 12:00AM, LIBERTY HOTEL, FENWAY PARK; PLEASE SEE EVENT LISTING FOR MORE INFO
New England Law's 2018 Alumni Reunion Weekend will be held from Friday, April 27, to Saturday, April 28, for classes ending in 3 and 8.