At Northeastern University School of Law, our mission is to fuse theory and practice with ethical and social justice ideals so that students understand what it is lawyers do, how they should do it and the difference they can make in the lives of others. We strive to produce lawyers who see the practice of law as a way to realize their goals, to find meaning and purpose in life, and to be of service to others in ways that are intellectually satisfying and personally rewarding. We are committed to engaging with the world outside the unversity, to harnessing our individual and institutional energy to address societal challenges, and to expanding knowledge that advances our ideals through research and scholarship.
Contributing authors from Northeastern University School of Law:
Emily Abraham has worked for underrepresented and low-income clients for years. Currently a third-year at Northeastern University Law School, she believes that advocacy is a natural...
Gautam Jagannath is a third year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. He is interested in criminal law, immigration and animal law. He graduated from University...