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Tuition (2019–2020)

Full-Time JD Program:

  • 12–15 credits: $25,444 per semester (annually: $50,888)
  • Cost per additional credit: $2,120

Part-Time JD Programs (Evening or Day):

  • 9–12 credits: $19,084 per semester (annually: $38,168)
  • Cost per additional credit: $2,120

Part-Time JD Program for Parents and Caregivers:

  • 13–15 credits: $25,444 per semester (annually: $50,888)
  • 8–12 credits: $19,084 per semester (annually: $38,168)
  • 7 credits or fewer: $2,120 per credit

LLM in American Law:

  • $50,888 USD (24 credits)

Summer 2019 courses:

  • $2,165 per credit

Learn more about academic programs.

Fees (2019–2020)

  • Student Bar Association Fee (assessed annually): $80
  • Student Health Insurance Fee (assessed annually): $3,241*
  • Integrated Bar Readiness Fee (assessed each semester of final year): $190**
  • Graduation Fee (assessed final semester): $125***

*All students carrying at least 75 percent of the course load for full-time students are required to be covered by health insurance, in accordance with Massachusetts state law. Students who show proof of coverage through a qualifying plan will have the Student Health Insurance Fee waived.

**The Integrated Bar Readiness Fee partially offsets bar readiness materials integrated in the required curriculum and delivered during the student's final year at the law school.

***The Graduation Fee partially offsets Commencement costs, including cap and gown rental, production of diplomas and certificates, and the ceremony. This one-time, non-refundable fee is assessed during the final semester. It is required of all graduating students (including those who are not participating in Commencement exercises), as it includes production and distribution of diplomas and certificates, and other administrative costs.

Additional Information

New England Law | Boston tuition and fees are payable in full by August for the fall semester and by December for the spring semester.

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. Learn more about withdrawal and refunds (see “Refund/Withdrawal”).

Contact Us

  • Office of the Controller
  • New England Law | Boston
  • 154 Stuart Street
  • Boston, MA 02116
stuacct@nesl.edu