« on: August 05, 2011, 09:45:44 AM »
I'm actually going to be visiting Suffolk law in two weeks (along with Northeastern and New England Law), as I'll be applying this fall. The previous posters seem to know their stuff. Suffolk has a decent placement into government and judicial placement in Mass, but you've got to graduate pretty high in your class to get the bigger firm jobs. Having said that, with the slowly improving legal market, if you graduated in 3-4 years you could probably find something at a small/medium firm in Boston. You won't make a ton of money, probably something in the 60-75k starting range. It is a very regional school though, being a lower tier, so don't plan on practicing outside of Mass.