10 Reasons Law School Students Should Consider a Summer in Boston

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It’s no secret that law school students are constantly looking for ways to stand out from the crowd. At the end of the day connections, location, and experience matter big time. One city that has all three of those features is Boston–and it’s an incredibly fun city as well. Check out the top 10 reasons to consider spending your summer in Boston.

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Millennial Paradise

Boston is home to the highest proportion Millennials of any major U.S. city. People ages 20-34 make up more than 1/3 of Boston’s population–and nearby Cambridge and Somerville are even more dominated by Millennials. Cambridge’s share of the population between 20-34 is 44.5 percent; Somerville clocks in at 44 percent.

Both Boston and Cambridge are ranked by as the best cities for Millennials–Boston clocks in at number nine, while Cambridge is first on the list. Niche looked at the things that matter like “access to bars, restaurants, affordability, and job opportunities, in an attempt to holistically measure how good an area is for a Millennial to live.”

Boston University School of Law
Boston University School of Law is a top-tier law school with a faculty recognized nationally for exceptional teaching and preeminent scholarship. At BU Law, you can explore virtually any area of the law in 200+ classes and seminars, 21 clinics, externships, and practicums, 21 foreign study opportunities, and 17 dual degrees. You’ll also be part of a supportive, collegial law school community while experiencing the professional, social, and cultural opportunities that the city of Boston has to offer. Boston University School of Law is a partner of Law Street Creative. The opinions expressed in this author’s articles do not necessarily reflect the views of Law Street.



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