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NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON PROFESSOR LISA LAPLANTE, JILLIAN CARSON ’17 TESTIFY ON HUMAN RIGHTS BILL

Ensuring that Massachusetts victims of grave human rights abuses get their day in court


PROTECTING MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS FROM FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION

New England Law | Boston Professor Dina Francesca Haynes testifies before state legislature


HISTORICAL JUSTICE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' JUSTICE CLAIMS IN THE UNITED STATES

The Experience of the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON ANNOUNCES POLICY TO GUARANTEE STUDENTS CLINICAL/EXTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Expands hands-on, for-credit complement to classroom studies


INTERNATIONAL “CHANGEMAKERS” GROUP VISITS NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON

Participants from 22 nations learn about the law school’s programs


CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY SUPPORTS HUMAN RIGHTS BILL

Massachusetts would be first to expand statute of limitations for civil lawsuit filings


NEW ENGLAND LAW STUDENT’S “UNPRECEDENTED” INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT PLACEMENT “A TREMENDOUS HONOR”

Center for International Law and Policy externship placements in The Hague and Washington, D.C.


THE IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS SYSTEM ON DEMOCRATIZATION IN EASTERN EUROPE

Event co-sponsored by CILP; Monday, Oct. 26


SUCCESSFUL FIRST-YEAR SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM REPEATS IN 2015

New England Law | Boston program builds resumes, opens doors, makes students practice-ready


PROFESSOR LISA LAPLANTE, CILP DIRECTOR, PROVIDES COMMENTARY ON DRAFT INTERNATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES

CILP advocates for greater stakeholder engagement


KIMBERLY WILLIAMS ’15 ADDS TO CONSIDERABLE HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERTISE WITH STATE DEPARTMENT, ABA POSITIONS

Center for International Law and Policy launches new externship program


GRADUATES TAPPED FOR PRESTIGIOUS, HIGHLY COMPETITIVE FEDERAL HONORS POSITIONS

DOJ and FDIC programs attract applicants nationwide


PROFESSOR CHARLES SORENSON PARTICIPATES IN SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT PRESENTATION FOR VISITING TURKISH JURISTS

Visitors learn about judicial ethics in Massachusetts


RECENT CILP ACTIVITIES

New opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience


LISA LAPLANTE, NEW DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY

Remedies scholar, former human rights lawyer, is building on CILP's strengths


“THE TRAIN TO STATEHOOD HAS CLEARLY LEFT THE STATION.”

Professor John Cerone analyzes the UN's historic vote on Palestine