Located in the heart of downtown Boston, our undergraduate law program teaches students the fundamental principles of our legal system and the various professional opportunities that await them in the legal field. Please note: Only licensed attorneys can practice law or give legal advice.
Through demanding classroom instruction and practical training, you’ll learn to think creatively, reason critically, act ethically, and express yourself persuasively in speech and writing. As a law major, you’ll embrace the professional ethics of service and develop sound judgment and approaches to help you navigate the rapidly-changing legal world.
As an undergraduate law major, you will:
- Learn how to research, develop, and write legal briefs
- Master the latest legal research tools and technologies, utilizing Suffolk Law’s world-class legal library
- Construct a legal research plan
- Understand the legal analytic method and engage in legal analysis for court
- Gain hands-on experience through an elective internship with a local law firm, governmental agency, judge, legislator, or court system
Experience is Everything
You won’t just study your major – you’ll experience it through hands-on learning opportunities built into the law curriculum.