I think Boston is an option coming out of UConn. I met a few UConn summer associates at the Goodwin Proctor summer networking event. UConn is a top tier law school, so even though it's not in Boston, it is higher ranked than Northeastern, Suffolk, and NESL. Also, if you are a Massachusetts resident, you get in-state tuition at UConn (since Massachusetts doesn't have an ABA accredited state law school). So, there is a fairly substantial connection between Massachusetts and UConn.