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The in-demand concentrations at New England Law | Boston will immerse you in a legal specialty and prepare you for a rewarding law career. You will benefit from a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities, cutting-edge coursework, and faculty advisors with deep expertise. And you will graduate with competitive credentials.

To earn a concentration, students must simply complete a designated number of credits in given courses. Choosing an area of concentration is not required, and your law school advisor can help you switch specialties if you wish.

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Business Law

Our proximity to Boston’s Financial District means business law students have unparalleled access to the corporations driving the local and national economy.
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Litigation

If you’re eager for the excitement and challenges of the courtroom, you will be well served by our Litigation concentration and its focus on developing real-world trial skills.
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Family Law

As a top-ranked law school for family law, we attract many students passionate about helping families and provide them with ample opportunities to learn how to do so.
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Public Interest Law

We are a top-ranked law school for public interest law, and working toward a better, more just world is important to our students. Are you ready to join them?
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International Law

Our International Law concentration is both a distinct academic path and complement to related practice areas like immigration, tax, and business law.
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Small Firm Practice

Our tight-knit and industrious law school community has launched countless careers in small firms and as solo practitioners.
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A New England Law education is very applicable to the practice of law in the real world. Many times, I’ve learned things in the classroom that I’ve used in my job at the law firm the same week.” —Abbey K. Pampin '19