New England Law | Boston began in 1908 as Portia Law School, which offered a legal education exclusively to women at a time when most other institutions would not accept them at all. The early Portia Law School students were primarily from working-class and immigrant families and many had only a high school education, since the state did not require a college degree to study law.
Whatever your career goals and scheduling requirements, you’ll find the law degree programs at New England Law | Boston to be comprehensive, flexible, and responsive to your needs.
The Career Services Office helps students plan their careers with personalized career counseling, résumé and cover letter reviews, and mock interviews, along with a mentor program and a searchable database of internships and job opportunities.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2021. Universities with a score above 4.0 (out of 5) in any of the 8 award categories, receive Badges of Excellence. Congratulations!
Our supportive community helps you develop crucial legal skills through rigorous coursework and hands-on experience.
New England Law doesn’t offer on-campus housing, but our law students have many choices for housing within Boston and its suburbs. If you have been admitted and are ready to start your student life in Boston, our staff is always ready to help you to research neighborhoods, view apartments and rooms for rent, and find a roommate.
Our collection includes a large variety of legal research and reference materials, printed and electronic, that law students, lawyers, and legal academics use on a regular basis. Students find places in our collaboration rooms and quiet study spaces that suit their learning needs. They seek out the special collections on topics like academic support and women and the law.
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.
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.
The American Bar Association grants accreditation to Portia Law School (renamed New England School of Law)
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