New England Law, Boston is a private school of law which is situated in Boston, Massachusetts. The college was established in 1908. Previously it was known as Portia Law School and provided education for women. In 2008 the name was changed to New England Law | Boston. New England Law offers admissions in two types of law degree programs- JD (Juris Doctor) and LLM (Master of Laws) in American Law. The school combines rigorous academics and practical experiences so that the students are prepared for the real world. They provide- judicial internships, international programs, externships, fellowship programs, etc.
|Type of University||Private|
|Year of Establishment||1908|
|Foreign Countries Represented||12|
Ranked #148 - #194 in Best Law Schools by US News in 2020.
Apart from serious academics, knowledge extends beyond the classrooms also.
The college does not provide on-campus housing facilities to the students.
New England Law offers graduate programs for law enthusiasts. At New England Law students can choose to pursue two types of programs- Juris Doctor and Master of Law (LLM).
International students who want to seek admissions at New England Law can follow the below 0 mentioned application details:
Application Portal: Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) website.
Application Fee: $65.
The tuition fee for international students to study in the university is mentioned-below:
|Full-Time JD Program||$50,888|
|Part-Time JD Programs (Evening or Day)||$38,168|
|Flexible Part-Time JD Program||$50,888/ $38,168|
|LLM in American Law||$50,888|
The college offers a generous amount of financial aid to the students in the form of merit-based scholarships. The university offers several scholarships for international students to afford their study in the USA. 88% of the incoming first-year student has received a scholarship in the year 2019. For international undergraduate students, there is an International Student Scholarship program. It offers an amount up to $10,000.
International students who are coming to this college to pursue a JD or LLM course are eligible for this scholarship. The college also provides assistance to international students in getting student loans.
The college makes full effort so that the alumni remain connected to their Alma mater.
The college provides job assistance to the final year students. They make arrangements for the potential employers to visit the campus and hire students. Students can gain experience from various internship opportunities that are provided by the college.
They have the summer fellowship program where the students work at public and private organizations all over the country and get paid for that. They also provide the Judicial Internship program where the students get the opportunity to connect with judicial clerkships or internships. The career service office provides the students with connections to potential job offers.=
|Institution Type||Private (Not for Profit)|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$49,408 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||1 : 1|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Post Graduate Program||$49,408 / Year|
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|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
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