PORTLAND, MAINE: YES. LIFE’S GOOD HERE.

Think about the ideal place to study law. It should have the amenities that are most important to you, whether that means a diverse selection of local food or easy escapes into nature. It should be full of energy. No matter how far you are from your original hometown, you want it to feel like home.

For Maine Law students, that place is Portland.  The city is constantly being selected for inclusion on new top ten lists; it’s been deemed one of the best places in the US to raise kids, live, find a job, and perhaps most importantly, to eat! Portland is a favorite of Washington Post and New York Times Reporters.

With just over 60,000 residents in the city proper (there are closer to 520,000 in the Metropolitan Statistical Area), Maine’s largest city would be considered small by many standards. But with a thriving music and art community, dozens of exceptional restaurants and breweries, and minor league baseball and basketball, there is always something to do in Portland. For those interested in outdoor activities – surfing, swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, island-hopping, mountain climbing and skiing are an easy drive. Portland is also home to a vibrant and growing multicultural population. Students enrolled in Portland public schools speak more than 60 languages.

Check out this 2-minute video and explore the city through Creative Portland’s website.