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Clinics and Externships

Practical experience is a cornerstone of a New England Law | Boston education. We guarantee at least one clinical or externship experience during your law school career, and many students take more, given the wide spectrum of choices ranging from international externships to judicial internships. We offer multiple clinics and externships to help you develop your practical legal skills.

Explore Our Clinics and Externships

Learn About Our Judicial Internships

Law Professor Engler discusses practical legal skills and training at New England Law | Boston
Clinical experience is essential for learning how to practice law and developing lawyering skills.” Professor Russell Engler,
Director, Clinical Programs

Real-World Practical Legal Skills

We offer hands-on training beyond working through the clinics and centers. Through the Summer Fellowship Program, the New England Law Review, and other experiential learning activities, you can build your résumé and strengthen your future job prospects by gaining practical legal skills.

Discover the Summer Fellowship Program

Learn About the New England Law Review

New England Law has done a phenomenal job preparing me for a legal career.” Jordan Howlette, Graduate

Moot Court and Mock Trial Teams

Get noticed by both the regional and national legal communities—and potential employers. Our advocacy teams have excelled at a number of events, including the ABA Client Counseling Competition and the National Trial Competition.

Read About Our Moot Court and Mock Trial Teams

Law advocacy teams
It is great preparation, not just for law practice, but for life.” Hon. Barbara Dortch-Okara, Professor of Law, and Coach, Advocacy Team

Pro Bono

Add to your practical law skills, build up your job network, and benefit the community. Pro bono and public service opportunities include the CORI Initiative and the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.

Explore Our Pro Bono Work

Pro Bono law skills volunteer Ying Wang
It was really important for me to engage in work that would have a meaningful, direct impact on my community.” Ying Wang, Graduate

Academic Centers

Focused on addressing emerging legal issues, our three academic centers promote collaboration among students and faculty. Through the work of the centers, you can contribute to the latest policy research, advocate for others, and make an impact.

Learn More About Our Centers

Professor Eric Lustig leading a discussion at one of our academic centers at New England Law | Boston
Academic centers in Business Law, International Law and Policy, and Law and Social Responsibility allow students to gain experience in their particular areas of interest.” Professor Eric A. Lustig, Director, Center for Business Law