the experience of a lifetime

Boston University School of Law is a vibrant, interactive community where students find many opportunities to make tangible contributions to the field of law. The BU Law experience is unlike any other because you will be able to:Redstone building

bullet pointBuild the practical skills that attorneys rely on from day one by taking classes or pursuing a concentration in our highly respected Transactional Law Program.
bullet point Gain the legal experience that employers want to see on your resume by participating in our top-ranked clinics, semester-in-practice and externship opportunities.
bullet pointLearn and work alongside the nation's best faculty, known for their scholarship and exceptional teaching.
bullet pointTake advantage of our faculty's experienced legal minds and co-author a scholarly paper.
bullet point Take classes in the new Sumner M. Redstone Building, opening in Fall 2014.
bullet point Live in the heart of Boston, a major hub for government, business, education and more—and a springboard to national (or international) opportunity.
bullet point Study abroad in one of 17 programs in 14 locations across the globe.
bullet point Focus your expertise in one of five LL.M. programs, 16 dual degrees or more than 20 diverse areas of study.
bullet point Fast-track to earning both a J.D. and LL.M. in Banking & Financial Law or Taxation in three years through our accelerated six-semester enrollment options.
bullet point Get involved in one of six law journals, more than 30 student interest groups, and one of the most active Public Interest Programs in the country.

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