The best way to learn about Northeastern and our LLM offerings is a campus visit. We invite you to meet with an LLM admissions representative, take a tour of the law school with a current JD student, sit in on a first-year law school class or speak with a graduate of the LLM program. When you visit Northeastern University School of Law, you’ll see students hard at work together and professors with their office doors wide open. 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 LLM and International Programs office, or the faculty director for one of the concentrations or dual-degree programs. To request an appointment, please email LLMinfo@northeastern.edu or call 617-373-6970. The LLM and International Programs office is located in 302B Dockser Hall. When you arrive to our campus at 416 Huntington Avenue in Boston, please enter Dockser Hall located at 65 Forsyth Street, Boston, MA 02115. Please enter the building through the glass doors on Forsyth Street, come up the elevator (to the left) to the third floor, and then proceed to the LLM and International Programs office in 302B Dockser Hall (first door on the left).

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 (416 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.

Student Ambassador Profiles:

Felipe Durini
E-mail: durini.f@husky.neu.edu
Country: Ecuador 
Law School: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
Graduate School/Degree: Licenciado en Ciencias Jurídicas y Abogado de la República
Areas of Legal Interest: International Business Transactions, Negotiation, Commercial Arbitration, Corporations, International Trade Law and Civil Litigation.
NUSL Activities: Student Bar Association, LLM Student Ambassador
Hobbies: Sports, music, horse riding and traveling.
My favorite thing about NUSL is...: Challenging academics in a global environment and the opportunity for practical experience in the United States.

Raphael Hirsch 
E-mail: hirsch.ra@Husky.neu.edu
Country: United States
Law School: New England Law, Boston 
Areas of Legal Interest: Criminal Defense, Appellate Law and Legal Policy
NUSL Activities: JLSA
Hobbies: Traveling, creating art and sampling hot sauces
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: The extremely strong sense of pride and community among the both the student body and the faculty!

Malikeya Khantrece
E-mail: khantrece.m@husky.neu.edu
Country: United States
Law School: University of Dayton
Areas of Legal Interest: Human Rights, Juvenile Justice
NUSL Activities: CAIR member (Committee Against Institutional Racism), Prisoner's Rights Clinic, CRRJ Research Assistant
Hobbies: Wine
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: PHRGE (Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy), the diverse LL.M. pool of students, and the commitment to social justice.

Aishwarya Pagedar 
E-mail: pagedar.a @husky.neu.edu
Country: India
Law School: Modern Law College, SPPU (Pune, India )
Areas of Legal Interest:  International Law, International Human Rights Law, Public Health, Gender Justice and Intellectual Property NUSL Activities: Public Health Advocacy Clinic, Hindu Law Association.
Hobbies: Reading, writing and dancing.
My favorite thing about NUSL is…: The wonderful faculty, co-op and academic advisors, who help you every step of the way; the opportunities for intellectual growth; the personal attention to each student; and the amazing library and facilities are only a few of the many things that I admire about NUSL.