The best of both worlds
Enrolling in a small law school within a much larger university has several distinct benefits. You’ll have access to state-of-the-art facilities and amenities, yet belong to a collegial and collaborative cohort that offers frequent interaction with faculty and countless opportunities to make your mark. Northeastern students have a built-in community from the moment they walk onto campus as well as access to people, resources and opportunities that don’t usually exist at a small school.
You can explore your legal passions beyond class by joining one of 30 student groups dedicated to various areas of the law from intellectual property to environmental advocacy. You can also explore virtually any interest you have outside law thanks to the 240 university-wide groups.
When you need a quiet place to study or conduct research, you can head to the Law Library or the university’s Snell Library, which together hold nearly one million volumes. To de-stress after all that studying, make your way to the Marino Center, an 81,000-square-foot recreation facility that houses state-of-the-art exercise equipment, group fitness rooms and a suspended track. And if you’re hungry after all that exercising, you’ll have no less than 25 on-campus eateries from which to choose.
Social activities run the gamut from attending a live theatre performance at the Blackman Auditorium to living it up at Northeastern’s on-campus nightclub, afterHOURS.