Class Profile

Fall 2015 Entering Class

259 Full-time/Day Division
75 Part-time (Evening Division)

LSAT*/GPA Median: 150/3.23
75th percentile: 154/3.48
25th percentile: 145/3.03

*Suffolk University Law School uses the highest LSAT score.

  Full-Time (Day) Part-Time (Evening) Overall
Female 53% 41% 51%
Male 47% 59% 49%

Bar Passage

Bar Passage Snapshot

Jurisdiction: Massachusetts

Pass %
July/Feb. 2013        81.92

July/Feb. 2012    
July/Feb. 2011     86.81
July/Feb. 2010     92.75

For more detailed comparison of Massachusetts bar passage rates, please see the 2014 ABA 509 Report (pdf).

Costs & Financial Aid

Tuition, Fees, Living Costs
Financial Aid
Tuition Refunds
Conditional Scholarships

  Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013
# of Students Matriculating  534 535 450
# Entering with Conditional Scholarships 83 99 92
# Whose Conditional Scholarships Have Been Reduced or Eliminated 14 16 16


Enrollment, Attrition, & Graduation

Enrollment Data & Attrition
2014 ABA 509 Report (pdf)

Graduation Rates
By year of entry:
2007 - 88.6%
2008 - 90.8%
2009 - 90.7%
2010 - 92%


Academics & Curriculum

Academic Year

Academic Requirements
JD Programs
Dual Degree Programs
Graduate Programs: LLM, SJD


Faculty and Administrators
ABA 509 Report (pdf)

Transfer of Credit
Transfer of Credit (scroll down and select "Transfer")
Visiting Out, Study Abroad and Electives at Non-Suffolk Programs

Articulation Agreement
The Sage Colleges, Albany, N.Y.
Wheelock College, Boston, Mass.

Library & Facilities

Library Resources
Moakley Law Library

Key Consumer Facts: Facilities


Suffolk University Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association. For more information please contact:

Office of the Consultant on Legal Education/Section
of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark Street, 21st Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
Phone: 312.988.6738
Fax: 312.988.5681

Suffolk University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

Suffolk University Law School is additionally a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).