ABA Required Disclosures
The following information is provided in this standardized form pursuant to American Bar Association Standard 509:
*New England Law granted a one-time only, one semester extension of scholarship renewal criteria for students with conditional scholarships in Spring 2020, due to the pandemic.*
Federal Student Disclosure Requirements
Under the Higher Education Opportunity Act, institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs are required to make certain information available to current and prospective students. Following is a list of this information. If you are not able to find the information you are looking for, please contact the Office of Student Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-422-7401.
Clery Act Disclosures
Also see "Title IX and Sexual Misconduct" below.
Violation of copyright laws may subject a student to discipline under Student Rule E.1. and may also lead to litigation and/or criminal prosecution under federal law: http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html
Direct Deposit of Refund Checks
Contractual Agreement between New England Law | Boston and Herring Bank
Contact Erik Linnane, Director of Student Services, at email@example.com or 617-422-7401.
*Figures as of the '20-'21 academic year*
- Male: 36%
- Female: 64%
- Minority: 25%
It is the policy of New England Law | Boston to provide equal opportunity in employment and education. New England Law does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender (including identity and expression), military service, age, disability or any other protected characteristic in the administration of its employment policies, educational policies, admission policies, and any other programs and activities.
New England Law has designated the Dean's Office (firstname.lastname@example.org
, 617-422-7221) as the department responsible for addressing employee concerns and Erik Linnane, Director of Student Services (email@example.com
, 617-422-7401) as the person responsible for addressing student concerns. Inquiries about Title IX, which prohibits discrimination based on sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), should be directed to the school’s Title IX Coordinator, Erik Linnane.
A student who chooses to withdraw from law school but wishes to retain the option of readmission must submit a written request to the dean for withdrawal without prejudice. To determine whether a withdrawing student owes a balance to the law school or is due a refund, tuition cancellation is computed based on the chart below.
Effective Withdrawal Date
Percent Tuition Canceled
Within 1st week of semester*
Within 2nd week of semester
Within 3rd week of semester
Within 4th week of semester
After 4th week of semester
* For this purpose, the first week of the semester for entering students is the week of orientation.
Refund calculations for students who are receiving Title IV federal aid (Federal Stafford or Graduate PLUS Loans) are determined in accordance with federal regulations. These students must contact the Office of the Controller to determine the amount of their refund.
Title IX and Sexual Misconduct
New England Law | Boston is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy educational and work environment that is free from all forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault and sexual harassment, and in which no member of the School community is, on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, or gender (hereinafter understood to include both identity and expression) excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination in any School program or activity. Gender-based and sexual harassment, including sexual violence, are forms of sex discrimination in that they deny or limit an individual’s ability to participate in or benefit from School programs or activities.
The school is required to designate a Title IX Coordinator, and to make available the School's policies and procedures relative to Title IX Sexual Harassment. These requirements are intended to ensure that New England Law's entire educational community understands how to contact the Title IX Coordinator to report sex discrimination and harassment. The Title IX Coordinator is required to complete Title IX training through the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA), as well as Preventing Harassment & Discrimination training annually through the School's training vendor, EverFi.
Contact the Title IX Coordinator: Erik Linnane, Director of Student Services, 46 Church St., Boston, TitleIXCoordinator@nesl.edu, 617-422-7401.
The school’s non-discrimination statement, Title IX Coordinator, and complaint procedure can be found in the full Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy.
Incoming students must provide certification of certain immunizations by August 1 before beginning classes. International students (full time or part time) attending an institution of higher education in Massachusetts while on a student (F-1) or other visa (including a student attending or visiting classes or programs as part of a formal academic visitation or exchange program) must also submit the immunization form.
The following immunizations are required:
- One Td booster (tetanus and diphtheria) within the last 10 years
- Two doses of MMR vaccine (or two doses of a measles-containing vaccine and one dose each of mumps and rubella vaccines)
- Three doses of hepatitis B vaccine
- The appropriate number of doses to be considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19
For further information and exceptions, please contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-422-7210.