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National Recognition

1988

Graduation procession, 1990s. Courtesy of New England School of Law Library Archives

Under the guidance of Dean John F. O’Brien and a closely involved board of trustees, New England School of Law continued to rise in prominence. The accomplished faculty helped establish groundbreaking international programs. A long-standing commitment to diversity deepened with the creation of new scholarships and support programs for minority students.

In 1998, New England School of Law received a great honor: membership in the Association of American Law Schools. In 2008, the school honored itself, with a multi-event celebration of its centennial.

  1. 1988: O’Brien is awarded deanship

  2. 1989: Lending support abroad and within

  3. 1991: Sandra Day O’Connor visits

  4. 1993: Purchase of 46 Church Street

  5. 1994: Facilities get an upgrade

  6. 1996: Aiding the prosecution of war crimes

    1996 Aiding The ProsecutionThrough the International War Crimes Project, students provide legal research and analysis for the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals. Cases involve atrocities committed in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia.

    Professor Michael Scharf confers with students enrolled in the project. Courtesy of New England School of Law Library Archives

  7. 1997: Groundbreaking collaboration

  8. 1998: A prestigious honor

  9. 2002: Planning for the future

  10. 2008: Centennial

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