Independent legal research project makes the case for regional approach to renewable energy standards
“Campus SaVE Act” alleged to undermine student rights
Program builds resumes, opens doors, helps students become practice ready
New England Law | Boston center files amicus brief
"Dorothea Advocacy Project" to fill need for services in New Hampshire
All law school classes and school activities will be held as scheduled Thursday.
Praised for CORI Initiative leadership and “tremendous dedication”
Both building and library are closed
Professor Russell Engler joins distinguished panel of civil right to counsel experts this Thursday at Boston Bar Association.
MIRA Coalition Seeks Citizenship Clinic Volunteers; Students Sponsor Trainings at Law School
For entry-level assistant district attorney positions in the Fall of 2014, submit applications by THIS Tuesday, October 1, 2013.
NEIP offers New England students a chance to work on cases of incarcerated persons who contend they were wrongfully convicted.
Presentation made at Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association gala
Presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel
Discussion of how to solve the Access to Justice crisis
New England Law initiates new program of funded student fellowship positions this summer
Classes will be held as usual.
Classes will be held as scheduled. Please travel carefully. Absence from class today due to the weather will not be counted against students under the attendance policy, because we want safety to be everyone's priority.
Center for Public Health and Tobacco Policy has national impact
Help individuals in need seal their criminal records (CORIs) to allow for greater future opportunities!
8 a.m. classes are cancelled
Will assist public interest projects in New England and nationally
Former student law clerk now staff attorney
Excelled in handling cases in the areas of domestic relations
Protections strengthened for victims of human trafficking, prostitution
Naturalization the focus of “Citizenship Day” event
Sarah Hawkins '13 spent her summer with the New England Innocence Project
Alumni will provide advice regarding internship and postgraduate positions.
“Excellence and professionalism at every turn..."
Newspaper's Framing of the Issue Questioned
Features experts from across the U.S. and Canada.
Boston Premiere Performance; Free Admission
New England Law Review Symposium
Professor Engler Addresses Philadelphia Bar
Decision will help ensure equal access to justice
Commitment demonstrated through clinical program
White House and Capitol Hill Meetings
Neil DePaul ’10 (L) and Professor David Siegel
April 15 Panel Discussion
2009 Graduate Serves as an International Observer
Engler involved in the movement to expand the civil right to counsel
Immigration assistance provided regionally and in Florida
Professor Dina Haynes participates as a panelist on human trafficking
04/22/10 event discussing legislating and regulating our sources of energy
Proposals to Improve Criminal Justice Policy and Practice
March 30 event co-sponsored by the Animal Law Society and the CLSR
Five-Year Grant Largest in Law School’s History
Solicitor Julian Young featured in two presentations
The Judicial Language Project of the Women and Children's Advocacy Project began screenings and focus on social science.
Professor Russell Engler teaches "Ethics in Transition: Pro Se Litigants and the Changing Judicial Role."
10/27/09 Professor David Siegel appears before the Joint Committee on the Judiciary.
10/22/09 Professors Dina Haynes and David Siegel speak about their pro bono experiences.
Children frequently victims of abuse, abandonment, or neglect.
Sexual Violence Legal News is a service provided by the CLSR's Women and Children's Advocacy Project and the Women's Law Caucus.
10/22/09 Six New England Law students have been selected to assist Professor Siegel with the New England Innocence Project.
10/13/09 Update on guerrillas, paramilitaries, and legal system changes
11/12/09 CLSR and the Immigration Law Association co-host "Impacts of Healthcare Reform on the Local Immigrant Population."
Julian Young speaks about his work exonerating Sean Hodgson.
Mapendo International representative on campus.
Two CLSR fellows, both New England Law graduates, discussed working in immigration law.
Dan Delurey, executive director of the Demand Response and Advanced Metering Coalition, spoke about "smart" energy and the future of the energy industry.
2009 Grad Adonia Simpson to be 2009-2010 CLSR Fellow
An amicus brief addressing remedies for suggestive identification procedures was submitted to the MA Supreme Judicial Court by Professor David Siegel.
The ILP becomes further involved in combating Human trafficking
Environmental Advocacy Project presents its study on Designated Port Areas