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mteevin wrote:i've visited BC in the past when looking at undergrad, and was impressed with the campus. i have not had an opportunity to visit the grounds of the law school. how is the campus at BC law?
The law school is on the Newton Campus, which is about a mile and a half west of the main campus at Chestnut Hill.
Newton Campus is small and fairly quiet. Definitely a suburban/neighborhood/campus-y feel. The law school is on the south end of the campus...the rest of the campus houses freshmen undergrads (with whom we share a cafeteria) and has a small/old gym and one or two random athletic fields.
Newton definitely feels more like a small town than a big city, although you're not far at all from more city-esque areas of Boston.
Most of the facilities at BC Law are either relatively new or renovated. The campus and school buildings are conducive to studying, but not much else - you'll want to go over to the main campus at Chestnut Hill if you want more activity.
Let me know if there's anything you'd like me to be more specific about.
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JimHalpert wrote:Can you comment on how BC students place outside of New England?
What neighborhoods are most popular to live?
Have you been able to take advantage of your proximity to Boston?
Love your avatar dude