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Marty Kelliher

BA, Salve Regina University


Criminal Justice and Pre-law


Plymouth, Massachusetts

Prior Work Experience

Lifeguard, Prep Cook

Work Experience

Intern, Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office 

Extracurricular Activities

New England Law Office of Admissions, Student Ambassador 

Marty Kelliher

Class of 2019

One of the best experiences I’ve had at law school.

The best experience I’ve had at New England Law | Boston to date was the opportunity to be a part of the Summer Fellowship Program at the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office. It was not only a great learning experience to spend my summer as part of a top-notch legal team assisting on a murder case, but my New England Law professors then gave me the opportunity to attend the trial, scheduled to be heard after the start of my fall 2L semester classes.

Favorite class I’ve taken.

This is a difficult question as I have enjoyed many of my classes here at New England Law for a number of different reasons. In Professor Mark Szal’s Legal Research and Writing class, he took the time to support my struggles with writing and cared enough to never give up trying to make me a better legal writer. Then there is Professor David Siegel’s Criminal Advocacy Class, where I really enjoyed the simulated court experiences. It would be impossible to choose just one class as my favorite!

On my Classmates

My classmates in my 1L division here at New England Law were like a great big family! They were supportive of each other throughout the year and especially during the stresses of final exams. 

On the Faculty

The faculty at New England Law are great. They really care about every student succeeding and go above and beyond to help us reach our full potential.

On Education

At this point in my 2L year I can honestly say New England Law | Boston offers an education second to none.

On Experience

It has been GREAT! I’ve enjoyed every aspect of New England Law, from the Academic Excellence Program to the professors reaching out to establish professional relationships with their students to the close friendships I’ve developed with my fellow classmates.