Your Gift Matters
At Northeastern University School of Law, donors help open doors for our students. Your generosity plays a crucial role in providing students with scholarships, support for public interest co-ops and a rigorous academic experience.
There is so much to be proud of and we are especially grateful to our donors who play a critical role in our success by providing financial support to our students and community.
So Much to Celebrate
- Practical Training
- Public Interest
- Racial Justice
- Health Care Law
- Human Rights Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- The class that entered in fall 2022 boasted an LSAT median of 163 and GPA median of 3.7 — the highest medians in our school’s history.
- The class that entered in fall 2022 class is 69% women, 35% students of color, 30% LGBTQ+ and 17% are the first in their family to attend college.
Co-op and Career Development
- The class of 2022 included 19 graduates who were selected for prestigious legal fellowships, including four Equal Justice Works Fellows in Boston, western Massachusetts, Chicago and Los Angeles, and a Skadden Fellow.
- Law.com recently ranked Northeastern Law among the top 50 “go-to” law schools based on large law firm recruitment.
- In summer 2023, a record 68 students secured covetedsummer associate positions.
- The school’s bar passage rate for first-time test takers in Massachusetts in 2022 was 90.4%.
- The National Jurist included Northeastern Law as one of 25 leaders in online programs for our FlexJD program
Centers of Excellence
- Center for Health Policy and Law (CHPL) received two additional years of funding to support and expand upon Salus Populi, the nation’s first education program for judges about the social determinants of health.
- Center for Law, Equity and Race (CLEAR) is home to the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, which recently launched the Burnham-Nobles Archive as a new online resource. It is an unprecedented, publicly accessible digital collection of evidence covering 1,000 racial killings from 1930 to 1955 in the Jim Crow South.
- Center for Law, Information and Creativity (CLIC) hosted the Privacy Law Scholars Conference in June 2022, which is the premier academic conference for those working in law, technology and privacy, attracting 300 scholars, policymakers and advocates from around the world.
- Center for Public Interest Advocacy and Collaboration is leading the Cradle-to-Prison Pipeline (C2P) Project, an interdisciplinary university-wide collaboration that aims to reduce the number of youth, particularly youth of color, who enter the criminal justice system through data mapping that serves as a tool for influencing legislation, advocacy, and community activism.
Please consider making a gift to support Northeastern Law.
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