LL.M. program at  Northeastern University  School of Law

LL.M. program at Northeastern University School of Law

Patrick Cassidy
Danielle Navarro
001 617-373-6970
Northeastern University, 400 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA
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Northeastern University is located in one of America’s most beautiful, exciting and truly livable cities. Within walking distance of the law school, you can take in the galleries at the Museum of Fine Arts, a Boston Pops concert at renowned Symphony Hall or a Red Sox baseball game at historic Fenway Park. Or, if you want to soak up local and international culture, hop on the T (Boston’s subway) right outside of the law school’s doors for a short ride to the Italian North End or Chinatown for authentic regional cuisines. Or go shopping at Faneuil Hall or relax in Boston’s famed Public Garden. What’s more, because the city is filled with hundreds of thousands of students, there are tons of opportunities to get student discounts at great museums, theaters, concerts and events.

Boston is also one of the most sophisticated legal markets in the United States. A center for health care, Boston is home to some of the oldest and most prestigious teaching hospitals in the country.


Information on accommodation can be found on the Northeastern University’s off-campus website.


Student Life


Northeastern University School of Law is a small, close-knit community of legal scholars and practitioners housed inside one of the most dynamic private universities in the United States.

At Northeastern University School of Law, we cultivate a collegial and supportive atmosphere that begins in the classroom and extends throughout campus. Students regard one another as peers rather than rivals — teaming up for projects and study sessions, collaborating as members of student groups and forging professional and personal bonds that endure long after graduation.

LLM students are invited and encouraged to participate in the law school's more than 25 student organizations and to take advantage of amenities like the Marino Center, which help keep you physically fit and mentally alert.

When you’re not studying in the stacks of the law library or taking full advantage of all the campus has to offer, Boston is your professional arena and personal land of adventure.