Suffolk University stands on top of Beacon Hill, in one of Boston’s oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods. It is surrounded by sites of great historic and cultural interest, including the Boston Athenaeum, the Museum of African American History, King’s Chapel, the Granary Burying Ground, the Boston Common and Public Garden, Faneuil Hall, and Quincy Market. Along Tremont Street, Suffolk buildings rub shoulders with significant stops on the Freedom Trail and the Black Heritage Trail.
Boston and the Suffolk University campus are accessible by air, train, bus, car, subway, commuter rail, and commuter boats. For more details about the city’s public transportation system, please visit www.mbta.com. Taxis are readily available. Boston and the Beacon Hill neighborhood in particular are eminently walkable. Driving and parking in downtown Boston can be a challenge, however!
All conference sessions will be held in Suffolk University Law School’s David J. Sargent Hall at 120 Tremont Street.
The closest subway stop is Park Street, the crossing point of the Red and Green Lines.
Reasonably priced on-campus accommodations are available in the Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall at 10 Somerset Street. Participants also may arrange their own off-campus accommodations in local hotels. For more details, please see the “Accommodations” section of this website.