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Center for Business Law - Announcements

Dynamic fields feature highly rewarding and exciting job opportunities



DOJ and FDIC programs attract applicants nationwide





Business Practice Credit program pairs students with business law practitioners



Program builds resumes, opens doors, helps students become practice ready



Center for Business Law Spring 2014 Conference



Center for Business Law Conference



New England Law initiates new program of funded student fellowship positions this summer



Increasing globalization requires lawyers to keep abreast of foreign law developments.



“Justin’s award is a stellar accomplishment”



8 a.m. classes are cancelled



New England Law has been a perennial contender in the prestigious competition



Leading national authorities discussed: Can the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) meet today’s finance and technology needs?



Intellectual property law presentation



Moot court contest focused on issues of patent and IP law



Team captures Best Overall Brief award and Second Runner-up honors



Center for Business Law Annual Symposium (invitation only)



Panel discussion on U.S. Supreme Court case, Bilski v. Kappos



Paper Written by Current Issues in Patent Law Student



New England Law Also Captures Best Individual Oralist Award





Events

These are Some of the Current and Past Events of the Center for Business Law

 

Upcoming and Current Events

 

Fall 2009: Securities Law Career, forum

Fall 2009: Bernie Madoff and Other Ponzi Schemers, panel

Spring 2010: In House Counsel Career, forum

Spring 2010: Center for Business Law and the New England Law Review will be co-sponsoring a symposium, "Tax Exempt Organizations: From Record Peaks in Endowments to Market Crashes"

 

Past Events

 

Energy Career Panel: Job Opportunities in Energy Law and Policy

Securities Regulations Conference: Financial Regulation–Blessing or Curse?

Land Use Conference: Massachusetts Land Use Reform

The Patentability Shake-Up: Patentable Subject Matter and Obviousness