Education is about more than books and lectures—it’s about going out into the world and doing things that enrich both our lives and the lives around us. With connections to the city’s business, legal, government, arts, and nonprofit communities built over decades, Suffolk offers you to a host of real-world learning opportunities through internships, mentoring programs, service learning and more.
Learning by doing
First-Year Judicial Internships
Each summer, more than 100 first-year Suffolk Law students work alongside judges in courthouses all over New England through Suffolk Law's First Year Summer Internship Program.
When is a class more than just a class? When you apply your learning in the service of others. Suffolk has many course offerings that let you do just that. Learn more
Career Development Center
Learn by doing through one of the numerous co-op jobs or internships Boston has to offer. We can connect you to the opportunities that will jumpstart your career after Suffolk.
We asked Suffolk’s undergrad Class of 2012 what they’ve been up to since graduation. The stats tell the story. In just one year, these young alumni are already on their way to becoming their fields’ next big things.
Suffolk Law School Clinical Programs
Learn about the real practice of law while providing essential services to a population that is largely underserved by the legal profession. Program areas range from intellectual property and investor advocacy to juvenile justice and landlord-tenant issues.
Our students test their newly acquired global business knowledge with a three-month, full-time summer internship in a global business environment outside their home country.
The Washington Center
Suffolk’s longtime partnership with The Washington Center offers students interested in government and politics a unique learning opportunity through two-week seminars and semester-long internships in our nation’s capitol.