Boston University School of Law

  • MA

About Us

Boston University School of Law offers one of the finest legal educations in the nation, attracting students from all over the country and abroad. A pioneer in American legal eduation, the school was founded in 1872 on the principles that legal education should be open to all women and men of ability without regard to background or beliefs, and that it should balance theory and analysis with practical training. Today, the school's innovative curriculum combines theoretical courses, clinical training, and specialized offerings--including concentrations, dual degrees, and semesters abroad. The faculty of distinguished scholars and teachers ranks among the most productive in the nation's law schools. The students represent a range of educational backgrounds, ethinicities, races, age groups, and employment histories.


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