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SUCCESSFUL FIRST-YEAR SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM TO REPEAT IN 2015

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



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



ALL CLASSES CANCELLED WEDNESDAY, LAW SCHOOL CLOSED

All New England Law | Boston classes scheduled for Wednesday are cancelled. The Stuart Street building and library are closed. The law school will resume its regular schedule Thursday. Please allow ample time for travel and consider taking public transportation if possible. On-street and garage parking are extremely limited. Please use your best judgment in deciding your commuting plans and travel safely.



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



CLASSES BEGIN AT 9 A.M. TUESDAY

8 a.m. classes are cancelled



INTERNATIONAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM INFORMATION AVAILABLE



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FEATURES UN, STATE DEPT. OFFICIALS

Reviewing the UN Human Rights Council: Looking Back and Moving Forward



BUILDING A CRIMINAL COURT IN KIRKUK, IRAQ

Alumni Spotlight: U.S. Navy LCDR Timothy Keeton '95