For more than 100 years, Suffolk Law has produced some of the nation’s most distinguished legal professionals. With an emphasis on real world practice and experiential learning, Suffolk Law is an incredible place to start, build, and launch a successful career and life in the law.
|Boston||Suffolk Law’s Sargent Hall is just steps from the Statehouse, federal and state courthouses and financial district of Boston.|
|Student Life||Find out what Suffolk Law School is really like from current students and alumni.|
|Experiential Learning||Intern for a judge, represent real clients in our Top 15 ranked clinics or learn the business of a law firm in our Accelerator to Practice.
|Legal Writing||Ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News for the past ten years, Suffolk Law trains students to fully develop writing, analytic and research abilities as well as the art of persuasion.||LPS on Twitter|
|Dispute Resolution||Ranked #32 in the nation, our Dispute Resolution faculty know that much of lawyering happens before you get to the courtroom.||Dispute Resolution Video Center|
|Intellectual Property||Our IP program students were featured in The Washington Post. Our range of IP class offerings is among the broadest in the country. Suffolk Law has more top patent law firm partners in Massachusetts than any other law school in the country.|
|Legal Technology||Ranked #1 in the country for legal technology by PreLaw Magazine, Suffolk Law regularly appears on top 20 lists of the most innovative law schools; it serves as a model for other schools according to Legaltech News.||Institute on Legal Innovation & Technology|
|Law & Public Service||Suffolk Law makes an outsized impact on public life in the region. Our clinical programs are a national powerhouse, increasing service to pro se litigants in a systemic way and taking on complex urban legal issues. More than a quarter of the sitting judges in Massachusetts and nearly half of the judges in Rhode Island are Suffolk law graduates.
|Alumni||Our 23,000 graduates can be found in every area of legal practice around the world, including all 50 states and 22 countries.
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