Take classes at night in the Summer to earn credits towards your law degree at Suffolk or another ABA-accredited Law school.

Page Updated: March 11, 2021

All Summer Boston classes in 2021 will be offered online only with no in-person sessions.

Earn credits toward your law degree during the summer to help reduce your course load during your final semester. Most classes meet just two or three times per week in six-week sessions. Summer classes are taught by Suffolk’s full-time tenured law professors as well as retired judges and respected legal practitioners.

Key Details

  • 6-week or 12-week sessions
  • All classes start at 5:30 p.m. or 7:35 p.m.
  • Four classes in Summer Boston offered as hybrid, with one-third of course content offered asynchronous online or through assignments. The remainder of classes are live/synchronous instruction.
  • Available to current law students in good standing at any ABA-accredited law school (including Suffolk Law)

Summer 2021 Classes include:

*NOTE: Summer classes that are restricted to Suffolk Law students in specific degree programs are not listed here.

Apply to Summer Boston

Ready to apply? Download the Summer Boston 2021 Application [PDF] and return the completed form to:

Office of Academic Services
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108-4977

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