Diversity is in action at Suffolk Law, in every sphere of the institution.
- See high school students from Boston, Chelsea and Cambridge become inspired to join the law in our student-led constitutional law classes and moot court competition.
- See Wampanoag tribe members collaborate with our clinic students to rewrite tribal law.
- See hundreds of low-income clients to whom our clinical students provide 16,000 hours of pro bono work each year.
- See our students and faculty collaborating and coming together at campus events, student programs, public gatherings, and academic symposia that bring diversity, equity and inclusion into the dialogue of our community.
At Suffolk Law, we are committed to preparing successful legal professionals who are socially and culturally conscious.