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Life in Boston

Boston just might be the perfect "college town." A renowned hub of higher learning, it's home to the highest proportion of young adults of any major US city.

New England Law | Boston’s proximity to job prospects, networking opportunities, public transportation, and social activities makes our downtown Boston location unbeatable.

Student organizations

Student Organizations

The wide variety of New England Law student organizations demonstrates the diversity and vibrancy of our community.

By joining one of our many organizations, you can explore areas of special interest, while getting to know your fellow students, boosting your network, and giving back to the community.

Diversity at New England Law

Diversity

"If you're looking for a school where professors understand that they have diverse communities coming to learn, and they embrace that, then New England Law | Boston is the right place for you." —Michael Curry, Graduate, Former President, Boston NAACP
 
We welcome all students, and sponsor programs and events where students from a variety of backgrounds can discuss issues that matter to them.
Mentoring at New England Law

Mentorship Programs

"The Mentorship Program gives you a well-rounded view of the life you are planning from someone who’s been there already.” —Kathryn Lavelle, Graduate

Throughout your law school career, we can connect you with upper-class students and alumni who can provide crucial advice and guidance.

Director of Student Services, Jacqui Pilgrim

Office of Student Services

"We take a personal interest in helping you make the most of your law school career.” —Jacqui Pilgrim, Director of Student Services

Our Office of Student Services organizes programs and provides assistance to enhance life both in and out of the classroom.