I have to echo what the Man U fan says (sorry, as a Blues fan, I can't bring myself to type in his screen name, haha); I am about to graduate from BC undergrad, and it's been a great four years. The area is relatively cheap to live in (compared to downtown Boston), and if you want to live in Newton, the only undergrads that you'll run into are the freshmen that you'll share the law school campus and dining hall with. BC has some great facilities, especially on the main campus, where you can get to very easily via a free shuttle bus. Law students get discounted football tickets, as well and if you're into college football, BC has a phenomenal home schedule coming up.
Also, I noticed that you (ApesAMB, that is!) are interested in maybe living in Europe. I know that BC has had opportunities where law students could intern at the Hague and at EU Criminal Tribunals for a semester or over the summer. They might have actually discontinued the official program, but given the history of the program, I would imagine that there's several connections you could tap into if EU law is something you might be interested in.
Also, I just wanted to point out that I'm on the waitlist at BC right now, so if I'm still encouraging you to go (as opposed to giving up your seat so I could potentially sneak in there
), it must be a really great place, right?! Cheers and good luck on your decision!