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School of Law

"Tenacious." That's how one alumna describes the students of Western New England University School of Law. Tenacity is what created our law school and keeps us committed to providing a student-centered education that produces graduates ready to have a greater degree of impact.

We attract students who are passionate and entrepreneurial, and driven by a desire to right social injustice, fight for equality for all, and preserve the rule of law at home and abroad. Many of our students are the first in their families to pursue a law degree and appreciate our generous scholarship awards. They enjoy unparalleled access to externships and clinical experiences in state and federal courts, major law firms, corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies.

Western New England University School of Law seeks students who are up for the challenge of both rigorous academics and immersive applied learning. If you're looking for a legal education that is more personal, more fulfilling, and more impactful, submit your application. Tenacity is preferred.

An Innovative and Immersive First-year Experience

We help first year students navigate the waters of legal education in our intensive First-year Introduction to Law course. Spring semester, you'll dive right in to what it's really like to be a practicing lawyer with Introduction to the Legal Profession, our immersive simulation course working with real attorney "senior partners."

1L Practical Lawyering

Law Notes: Faculty, Student, and Alumni

Our professors, alumni, and students impact the legal community on a regular basis.


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Western New England University seeks students eager to learn both the theory of the law and how to apply it in practical settings. Apply now!

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Each semester, the School of Law hosts a variety of speakers and events exploring topics impacting our world today. Many are open to the public, including our current series: President Trump: The first 100 days.

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Study Abroad– Israel 2018

Spend two weeks over winter break taking a two-credit course studying contemporary Israeli, American, and Jewish gender law at the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan. Travel to Israel will be from December 24, 2017 to January 2, 2018.

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Mini-Law School

Mini-Law School offers non-lawyers an understanding of legal topics that impact their everyday lives. Each class is taught by Western New England School of Law faculty.

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