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INTERNATIONAL “CHANGEMAKERS” GROUP VISITS NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON

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


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

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


YING WANG ’15 WINS NEW MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION PUBLIC INTEREST SCHOLARSHIP

Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Scholarship honors commitment to underrepresented individuals, communities


SUCCESSFUL FIRST-YEAR SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM REPEATS IN 2015

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


TENIOLA ADEYEMI ’15 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Award recognizes and encourages the ethical practice of law


SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT FINDS RIGHT TO COUNSEL IN GUARDIANSHIP CASE; PROFESSOR RUSSELL ENGLER CO-AUTHORED AMICUS BRIEF ARGUING FOR THAT RIGHT

Brief raised due process, equal protection claims


NEW CONCENTRATIONS OFFERED IN IMMIGRATION LAW, IP LAW

Dynamic fields feature highly rewarding and exciting job opportunities


PROFESSOR DAVID SIEGEL ELECTED TO BOSTON BAR ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP TEAM

Legal excellence, access to justice, and community service are priorities


RECENT HUMAN RIGHTS PRESENTATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

International delegation hosted; Washington presentations made


GRADUATES TAPPED FOR PRESTIGIOUS, HIGHLY COMPETITIVE FEDERAL HONORS POSITIONS

DOJ and FDIC programs attract applicants nationwide


DANNI PETYO '14 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel


WOMEN’S AND CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY PROJECT HELPS CHALLENGE NEW FEDERAL EDUCATION LAW

“Campus SaVE Act” alleged to undermine student rights


KEITH RICHARD ’14 WINS NATIONAL ENERGY LAW COMPETITION

Independent legal research project makes the case for regional approach to renewable energy standards


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON TO REPEAT HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

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


ORAL ARGUMENT SUGGESTS HIGH COURT MAY REDEFINE CHILD PORNOGRAPHY RESTITUTION STANDARDS

New England Law | Boston center files amicus brief


ALLISON HAAR EVERMANN ’13 AWARDED SOCIAL JUSTICE FELLOWSHIP; WILL ADVOCATE FOR INCARCERATED WOMEN

"Dorothea Advocacy Project" to fill need for services in New Hampshire


BENJAMIN JONES ’13 RECEIVES SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT’S ADAMS PRO BONO PUBLICO AWARD, BECOMES ONLY SECOND LAW STUDENT HONOREE

Praised for CORI Initiative leadership and “tremendous dedication”


PROFESSOR ENGLER FEATURED IN DISTINGUISHED PANEL DISCUSSION: EXAMINING THE CIVIL RIGHT TO COUNSEL ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF GIDEON V. WAINWRIGHT


PROFESSOR ENGLER FEATURED IN DISTINGUISHED PANEL DISCUSSION: EXAMINING THE CIVIL RIGHT TO COUNSEL ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF GIDEON V. WAINWRIGHT

Professor Russell Engler joins distinguished panel of civil right to counsel experts this Thursday at Boston Bar Association.


IMMIGRATION LAW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

MIRA Coalition Seeks Citizenship Clinic Volunteers; Students Sponsor Trainings at Law School


APPLY FOR FALL 2014 ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY POSITIONS IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY

For entry-level assistant district attorney positions in the Fall of 2014, submit applications by THIS Tuesday, October 1, 2013.


NEW ENGLAND INNOCENCE PROJECT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

NEIP offers New England students a chance to work on cases of incarcerated persons who contend they were wrongfully convicted.


ANNA RUPANI ’13 RECEIVES HONORABLE REGINALD LINDSAY PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

Presentation made at Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association gala


MICHAEL VARONE ’13 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel


PROFESSOR RUSSELL ENGLER FEATURED AT HARVARD LAW SCHOOL CIVIL GIDEON SYMPOSIUM

Discussion of how to solve the Access to Justice crisis


NEW SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS LAUNCHED

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


VOLUNTEER WITH THE CORI INITIATIVE

Help individuals in need seal their criminal records (CORIs) to allow for greater future opportunities!


BENJAMIN JONES ’13 NAMED TO EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS NATIONAL LEGAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Will assist public interest projects in New England and nationally


CAROLYN CUTERI ’12 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Excelled in handling cases in the areas of domestic relations


CLSR’S HUMAN RIGHTS AND IMMIGRATION LAW PROJECT CONTRIBUTES TO NEW STATE HUMAN-TRAFFICKING LAW

Protections strengthened for victims of human trafficking, prostitution


PROFESSOR DAVID SIEGEL APPOINTED TO SJC STANDING COMMITTEE


STUDENTS SERVE LOCAL IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY

Naturalization the focus of “Citizenship Day” event


WORKING TO EXONERATE THE WRONGFULLY CONVICTED

Sarah Hawkins '13 spent her summer with the New England Innocence Project


PUBLIC DEFENDER HIRING INFORMATION PROGRAM

Alumni will provide advice regarding internship and postgraduate positions.


JLP PROMPTS GEORGIA APPELLATE COURTS TO ADOPT MORE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE IN DECISIONS INVOLVING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE


CASSANDRA FEENEY '11 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

“Excellence and professionalism at every turn..."


JUDICIAL LANGUAGE PROJECT RESPONDS TO NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE CONCERNING GANG RAPE OF A CHILD

Newspaper's Framing of the Issue Questioned


“DE NOVO” PLAY EXPLORES PLIGHT OF ASYLUM SEEKERS

Boston Premiere Performance; Free Admission


CROSSING THE BORDER: THE FUTURE OF IMMIGRATION LAW AND ITS IMPACT ON LAWYERS

New England Law Review Symposium


‘OUTRAGE’ NEEDED FOR CIVIL GIDEON SUCCESS

Professor Engler Addresses Philadelphia Bar


ADJUNCT PROFESSOR MURPHY SECURES SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT RULING FOR DISABLED VICTIMS

Decision will help ensure equal access to justice