Brooke Arlington

Brooke Arlington

Lecturer


BA, magna cum laude, University of Notre Dame
JD, cum laude, New England Law Boston


Biography

Brooke Arlington received her B.A. magna cum laude in psychology from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.  She then moved to Tsu City, Japan to teach at a private English conversation school for one year.  She taught students of all ages and abilities and travelled extensively within the country.  Upon returning to her hometown in Pennsylvania, she served as an outreach educator for Victims Resource Center, a non-profit crime victim advocacy organization.

She moved to Boston in 2005 to attend New England Law Boston.  She graduated cum laude and was recognized for her achievements in Disability Law. She received her license to practice in Massachusetts before returning to teaching. She then earned her Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate from Boston Academy of English in 2010. In addition to teaching general ESL and Business English, she tutored international lawyers in Legal English at ESL schools throughout Boston. She then developed and taught a year-long Legal English course for The Language Company, Boston.  She also served as a writing instructor in the Legal English Institute at Suffolk University School of Law.

Before joining BU Law in July 2018, she taught legal writing and provided academic support for LL.M. students at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston.

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