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The best way to learn about a law school is to visit! If you will be in the Boston area, we encourage you to see what life is really like here at New England Law. You’ll find everything you need to plan your guided tour, information session, and more on this page. 

Learn more about our law school through visits and tours.

Guided Law School Tours

Come see what makes New England Law special! Personalized guided tours are typically available Monday through Friday. Please check our law school tour times and availability. (If your preferred date and time is not listed, just email us directly, and we will work with you find a convenient alternative.)

Tours are led by student ambassadors or Office of Admissions representatives, who are ready to answer your unique questions. You may also have an opportunity to attend an optional class visit at the end of your visit.

To provide the most personalized visit experience possible, we encourage you to schedule your tour at least one week in advance.

Please note as of March 13, 2020, all guided tours are canceled. Due to the coronavirus situation, and our students moving to remote access learning, we will not be hosting tours in March and April. Contact admissions for more information and to learn about virtual events.

Information Sessions

If you’re considering law school in the Boston area, you should come to an information session at New England Law. You’ll have the opportunity to hear directly from students, tour the school, attend a mock class, and learn about our application process. Refreshments will be served as well.

New England Law typically holds information sessions on campus in October and January, as well as smaller local meetups and online events throughout the year.

Contact the Office of Admissions to find opportunities to connect with us!

Visiting Boston

Boston is one of the top cities in the nation for young attorneys, and New England Law’s downtown location, just steps from Boston Common, puts you at the center of everything. 

Below you’ll find more information about life in Boston, directions to New England Law, a list of area hotels that provide discounted rates to visiting students, and ideas of things to see and do while you’re here.

Law School Fairs and Other Events

The New England Law Admissions staff attends hundreds of law school fairs and other recruitment events each year to meet prospective students and answer your law school questions. Click the links below to see our scheduled admissions events, or contact the Office of Admissions to learn about any future events. 

2020 Recruitment Events








NYC Bar Association's Law School Fair


New York City Bar Association


 1/17/20 National Black Law Student Law Fair (Southwest Region)
University of North Texas - Lee F. Jackson Building
Emory Law School Fair
Emory University

Self-Guided Law School Tours

You can take a self-guided tour of New England Law whenever it’s convenient for you—no appointment needed. Simply bring a photo ID and sign in with the security guard in the lobby of our 154 Stuart Street building. They’ll help you pick up our self-guided iPad tour at the circulation desk in our law library. 

Self-guided law school tours can be conducted: 

  • Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

We suggest that you check our law library hours to be certain it will be open when you visit, as hours change over the holidays and summer months.