August 6, 2020

Volume X, Number 219

New England Law

New England Law | Boston began in 1908 as Portia Law School, which offered a legal education exclusively to women at a time when most other institutions would not accept them at all. There have been many dramatic changes over the past century, including new and updated physical facilities, name changes, a diverse student body of both men and women, and a curriculum that has expanded to include global issues. Through it all, the school has stayed true to its core value: a commitment to offering an excellent foundation for a legal career to those who seek opportunity for themselves and are willing to work for it.

Contributing authors from New England Law:

Megan Sullivan New England Law School JD Candidate
3L J.D. Candidate
Megan Sullivan is a 3L J.D. candidate at New England Law | Boston, graduating in May of 2019. She is a Comment and Note Editor for the New England Law Review, Volume 53, and is a member of...
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