Curry College has entered into a partnership with New England Law Boston that allows students of any major who meet the preferred admission criteria to enroll in the full or part-time New England Law Juris Doctor (J.D.) program.
Application fees will be waived for Curry students who apply to New England Law, and a scholarship of at least $10,000 for the first year (renewable for the student’s remaining years with maintenance of a 2.5 GPA) will be provided to admitted students.
“This partnership is an excellent opportunity for our students who know they want to pursue law school,” said Professor Jennifer Balboni of the Criminal Justice and Sociology department, who was instrumental in facilitating the agreement. “This agreement between the two schools—including the guaranteed minimum scholarship-- provides a clear pathway for our strongest students to make law school attainable and affordable.”
For a student to be admitted to New England Law under the agreement, he/she must:
On Monday, October 7 at 6:00 p.m. in the AAPC, Curry will hold a Pre-Law Interest Meeting for students considering pursuing law school, with representatives from New England Law as well as The Princeton Review (who offer both free and paid law school admissions services/tutoring). Interested students should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, see New England Law's Articulation Agreements.
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