The best way to learn about the LLM program at Northeastern University School of Law is to come experience it for yourself on a campus visit. We invite you to meet with an LLM admissions representative, take a tour of the law school with a current student, sit in on a class, or speak with a graduate of the LLM program. We look forward to welcoming you to campus!

Meet an LLM Representative
When visiting campus, you are encouraged to schedule individual appointments with either a representative from the Office of LLM and International Programs, or the faculty director for one of the concentration or dual degree programs. To request an appointment, please email or call 617-373-6970. When you arrive to our campus at 400 Huntington Avenue in Boston, please check in at the Office of the Dean, located at 120 Knowles. Please enter the building through the glass doors on Huntington Avenue, come up the stairs to the right, and then proceed to the Office of the Dean, 120 Knowles (the second door on the right).

Tours and Class Visits
Throughout most of the year, tours of the law school are offered each day Monday through Friday. Tours are led by current JD students* and meet in the law school JD Office of Admissions, located at 101 Knowles (400 Huntington Avenue). Students are also welcome to sit in on a first-year class September through May, or an upper-level class during the summer months.

To register for a group tour or class visit, please view the schedule and register online here.

LLM Student Ambassadors 
Current LLM students are eager to share their experience at Northeastern with you. Please find the profiles and contact information for a few of our current LLM students below. They are happy to answer your questions about the LLM program and life at Northeastern.

Oscar Vallès Campos – LLM Class of 2014

Oscar Valles CamposE-mail:
Country: Barcelona, Spain
First Law School: Barcelona University - Abat Oliba
Areas of Legal Interest: Tax, Corporate & Business Law, Sports Law
NUSL Activities: International Law Society Co-chair, Business International Group member 
Hobbies: Sports, traveling, music and outdoor activities.
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: having been able to meet so many interesting people from all over the world.

Jennifer Lea Huer – LLM Class of 2014 Health Policy and Law

Jennifer HuerE-mail:
Hometown: Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.
First Law School: T.C. Williams School of Law at University of Richmond (J.D. – Family Law)
Graduate School/Degree:  Boston College (M.A. – Theology)
Areas of Legal Interest: Health Law and Policy, Reproductive Rights, Human Rights Law
NUSL Activities: LLM Ambassador, Research Assistant
Hobbies: Exploring Boston with my fellow LLMs, walking, listening to podcasts, meeting new people, exploring new places, visiting independent bookshops.
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: the multitude of experiences, ideas, cultures, interests, and areas of knowledge that exists among the study body. Students at NUSL are encouraged to set out on their own path, to explore the myriad ways in which they can study and practice law, and are given the resources and space needed to cultivate their ideas. There is no “one size fits all” model here at NUSL; each student is a unique piece within a global understanding of how lawyers can actively work toward positive change in our world.

Kristi M. Marcinik – LLM Class of 2014  Health Policy and Law

K MarcinikE-mail:
Country: Puerto Rico
First Law School: Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico (J.D.)
Areas of Legal Interest: Health Policy and Law, Employment Law
NUSL Activities: LLM Ambassador, Research Assistant
Hobbies: Travel, painting and reading.
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: diverse LLM students, professor availability and the wide range of classes.

Rafaela GP Serrano – LLM Class of 2014

Rafela SerranoE-mail:
Country: Brazil
First Law School:
Universidade Estácio de Sá, Campus Menezes Cortes (Bachelors of Laws)
Areas of Legal Interest:
International Law, Business Laws, Comparative Laws, Negotiations.
NUSL Activities:
Committee Against Institution Racism (CAIR), Academic and Students Affairs Committee, Black Law Students Association (BLSA), Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA).
Languages & Cultures, Discussion Groups, Reading, Traveling.
My favorite thing about NUSL is…:
diversity among students, excellent Faculty members, great school environment.

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