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Julia Low

BA, University of Connecticut; MA in Higher Education Administration, Boston College




Pomfret, Connecticut

Prior Work Experience

Graduate Assistant, Boston College Lynch School of Education Office of Admissions, Student Services, and Financial Aid; Research Assistant, Education Law and Public Policy Professor in the Educational Leadership and Higher Education Department; Graduate Assistant, Office of Student Programs of Leadership in CAS at Boston University; Intern, Clerk’s Office at the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts; Intern, Superior Court Juvenile Matters in Willimantic, Connecticut, in Probation

Extracurricular Activities

CORI Initiative, Student Volunteer; Student Ambassador, New England Law Office of Admissions; Athletics at NESL

Julia Low

Class of 2022

Why did I choose New England Law?

I definitely didn’t take this decision lightly. After talking to current students, alumni, career services, and professors, I could tell New England Law was a community I wanted to be a part of. Being in downtown Boston was a huge pull, as was my scholarship, but there was a deeper connection between alumni and the school than I felt at other institutions.

On the Faculty

The faculty are willing to go above and beyond both in and out of the classroom to ensure your success. I’ll go to professor’s office hours to ask them substantive class-related questions, but I’ll also tell them what my career goals are and see if they have any advice or connections that could help me!

One Piece of Advice for Someone Trying to Decide Where to Go to Law School

Consider what will matter the most of you after you finish your three years of law school and how your law school will measure up, whether it be finances, location, a specific type of career opportunity, or just learning about the law. Also, trust your gut! If you had to decide right this second on a law school on your list, what’s your immediate reaction?