Coming Soon: Faculty Blog Posts!

An old joke about lawyers is that they always have three points to make. At Northeastern, our faculty fit that mold in some ways, and defy it in others. They do indeed have a lot of points to make, but those points go well beyond the law-bound musings typical of traditional academics. Sure, they publish in leading journals and write scholarly books, but here in our faculty blog, they’re more likely to talk about their pro bono representation and advocacy litigation, ground-breaking research, and engagement with the community in Boston and beyond, and, of course, their hopes and dreams for the future of the Red Sox. In these posts, our faculty share with you their interests and passions. They discuss research projects they’re knee-deep in, current events impacting people here in the US and across the globe, or might even share a fond memory from their own law school days. It is our hope that these posts will provide a window for you into the fascinating conversations happening in our halls every day, the legal questions that seemingly have no absolute answers, and power of law to shape your professional future and the clients’ lives you will impact.

So, enjoy our blogs, and don’t forget that the Early Action Application deadline is November 26! Students applying Early Action will receive a decision from the Admissions Committee by January 15. Click here to apply now.

If you’ve already submitted your application, please visit the Application Status Check to ensure that all of the required application materials have been received. For more information on applying, feel free to contact us at 617.373.2395 or lawadmissions@neu.edu.

We’re looking forward to receiving your application!

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