Our law school building is currently closed to visitors this fall due to the ongoing health restrictions related to COVID-19. While Suffolk Law is offering a mix of in-person and online classes to students this semester, we are not allowing prospective students to visit the building. We hope to be able to welcome prospective students in the spring. In the meantime, we have a handful of online tools to help you get a feel for our building and our community.

Why Suffolk Law

In this two-minute video, watch current students, alumni and faculty tell why they chose Suffolk Law and why they would again.

Virtual Building Tour

Our building has been one of the top ranked law school buildings in the country for years. Even if you can’t visit in person, here’s a great video to get a sense of where you'll be spending your classroom time at Suffolk.

Student Panel

Current students talk about adjusting to 1L classes and exams, participating in clinics and externships, and how law school helped hone their career plans. This panel is moderated by Associate Director Brian Reid and Director of Student Engagement & Inclusion Cherina Wright (both Suffolk Law alumni).

Observe a Mock Class

We recorded this mock class in Criminal Law taught by Assistant Professor Erin Braatz on the last day before our building closed in March 2020. Thank you to the handful of current Suffolk Law students who agreed to be in our “class.” Though of course a real first-year class would be much larger and more diverse, we are grateful to have the opportunity for you to see our faculty and students in action.

Scheduling Update for Tours

  • UPDATE AS OF 09/01/2020: Suffolk University has suspended all tours until further notice. Please do not sign up for a tour at this time.
  • Class Observations: No class observations are available for the fall 2020 semester.

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