Program Integrity Complaint Information Policy

Program Integrity Complaint Information

Suffolk University is authorized by statute to operate as a postsecondary educational institution and confer law degrees in Massachusetts. Suffolk University Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). If you feel that Suffolk University Law School has failed to meet your expectations, you are encouraged to attempt to resolve the issue directly with the Law School or the appropriate University office, if relevant. If your concerns are not resolved through that process and the concerns relate to a matter set forth in the law school accreditation standards of the ABA, you may file a complaint in accordance with the ABA Standard 510 Statement. Concerns not otherwise resolved by the law school or the relevant University office that relate to an accreditation or regulatory matter governed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may be referred to the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General, Public Charities Division, One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108.