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Day, evening classes cancelled, buildings closed
Due to the snow storm, all day and evening classes are cancelled today, Monday, Feb. 8. The Stuart Street building, library, and all administrative offices are closed.

Professor Caryn Mitchell-Munevar

Professor Caryn Mitchell-Munevar is a supervising attorney at New England Law | Boston's Clinical Law Office, the school's in-house clinic, where she supervises New England Law students representing indigent clients in civil cases. Professor Mitchell-Munevar volunteers at the Probate and Family Court's Lawyer-for-the-Day program, taking students with her to provide advice and assistance to litigants without counsel. Before joining New England Law, Professor Mitchell-Munevar was a staff attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services, where she began working as a NAPIL (National Association for Public Interest Law) Fellow for Equal Justice. Post fellowship, Professor Mitchell-Munevar continued working at Greater Boston Legal Services where she represented victims of domestic violence in the family law unit. Professor Mitchell-Munevar handles pro bono family law cases, and is a member of the Family Law Task Force a statewide coalition of legal services lawyers providing representation for indigent clients in the area of family law. Professor Mitchell-Munevar participates in community lawyering by working with local grass roots community service based organizations.  She also oversees the Charles Hamilton Houston Enrichment Program at New England Law.