Founded in 1872, Boston University School of Law is a top-tier law school with a faculty recognized nationally for exceptional teaching and preeminent scholarship. You can explore virtually any area of the law in 200+ classes and seminars, 24 clinics and externships , and 21 study abroad opportunities. BU Law offers a full-time JD degree , five LLM degrees , and 17 dual degrees . With the support of a global network of nearly 24,000 alumni and a robust Career Development & Public Service Office , our graduates achieve remarkable career success. BU Law is located in the heart of Boston and housed in the ultra-modern Sumner M. Redstone Building and Law Tower .
Isaac Rich Hall housed BU Law until 1964. In 1964 BU Law occupied the bottom half of the current building, 765 Commonwealth Avenue on the Charles River Campus, colloquially known as the "Tower." BU Law shared the Tower with the School of Education for some years but now occupies the entire building. The School of Law's legal library, the Fineman & Pappas Law Libraries, occupies three floors in the Law Complex, spanning both the Law Tower and the Redstone Building. The Libraries also include two floors of closed stacks in the basement of the adjacent Mugar Memorial Library, BU's main library. 
Pairing academic rigor with the convenience of online learning, the program features a curriculum that’s both comprehensive and flexible. Consisting of modules that explore everything from the technology and tools used by paralegals in the field to the nuances of popular areas of law, the program offers aspiring paralegals the chance to develop the specific professional know-how that employers are currently seeking. Those already in the field can also benefit by learning new foundational legal knowledge, further developing their research and writing skills.