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NEW CONCENTRATIONS OFFERED IN IMMIGRATION LAW, IP LAW

Dynamic fields feature highly rewarding and exciting job opportunities



GRADUATES TAPPED FOR PRESTIGIOUS, HIGHLY COMPETITIVE FEDERAL HONORS POSITIONS

DOJ and FDIC programs attract applicants nationwide




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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



LAW SCHOOL OPEN, CLASSES TO BE HELD AS SCHEDULED

All law school classes and school activities will be held as scheduled Thursday.



DAY, EVENING CLASSES CANCELLED WEDNESDAY, FACILITIES CLOSED



DAY, EVENING CLASSES CANCELLED WEDNESDAY, FACILITIES CLOSED



DAY, EVENING CLASSES CANCELLED WEDNESDAY, FACILITIES CLOSED



DAY, EVENING CLASSES CANCELLED WEDNESDAY, FACILITIES CLOSED



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



NEW ENGLAND LAW IS CLOSED DUE TO SNOWSTORM

Both building and library are closed



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



NEW ENGLAND LAW WILL BE OPEN ON TUESDAY.

Classes will be held as usual.



NEW ENGLAND LAW IS OPEN.

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.



STAFF OFFICES CLOSED AT 2 P.M., LIBRARY AND STUART STREET BUILDING AT 6 P.M., ON FRIDAY, 3/8, DUE TO THE WEATHER.



MOUNTING MILESTONES FOR NEW ENGLAND LAW’S YOUNG ACADEMIC CENTER

Center for Public Health and Tobacco Policy has national impact



VOLUNTEER WITH THE CORI INITIATIVE

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



CLASSES BEGIN AT 9 A.M. TUESDAY

8 a.m. classes are cancelled



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

Will assist public interest projects in New England and nationally



TOBACCO CENTER EXPANDS SCOPE TO VERMONT

Former student law clerk now staff attorney



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



PUBLIC HEALTH POLICIES FOR MASSACHUSETTS: LESSONS FROM MINNESOTA



THE CENTER FOR LAW AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SEEKS A 2011-2012 FELLOW



CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AND TOBACCO POLICY HOSTS “POINT-OF-SALE” SUMMIT

Features experts from across the U.S. and Canada.



“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



MORE DEATHS. LESS REGULATION? $2.5 MILLION GRANT FUNDS NEW TOBACCO CENTER



CAITLIN BERESIN ’10 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Commitment demonstrated through clinical program



PROFESSOR HAYNES DISCUSSES IMMIGRATION REFORM IN WASHINGTON

White House and Capitol Hill Meetings



STUDENT AND PROFESSOR ATTEND PUBLIC INTEREST RETREAT

Neil DePaul ’10 (L) and Professor David Siegel



U.S. FOREIGN INTERVENTION AND REFUGEE CONSEQUENCES: FOCUS ON IRAQ

April 15 Panel Discussion



CLSR FELLOW SPEAKS ABOUT COLOMBIA AND ITS LEGAL SYSTEM

2009 Graduate Serves as an International Observer



PROFESSOR RUSSELL ENGLER NAMED TO SJC ACCESS TO JUSTICE COMMITTEE

Engler involved in the movement to expand the civil right to counsel



AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE: STUDENTS AND ALUMNI ASSIST HAITIAN NATIONALS

Immigration assistance provided regionally and in Florida



CLSR PROFESSOR SPEAKS AT THE WOODROW WILSON INSTITUTE IN WASHINGTON

Professor Dina Haynes participates as a panelist on human trafficking



FLIP THE SWITCH: A PANEL ON ENERGY

04/22/10 event discussing legislating and regulating our sources of energy



PROFESSOR DAVID SIEGEL IS MEMBER OF TASK FORCE ON REDUCING WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS

Proposals to Improve Criminal Justice Policy and Practice



PANEL DISCUSSION ON NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, ANIMALS

March 30 event co-sponsored by the Animal Law Society and the CLSR



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON ESTABLISHES TOBACCO POLICY CENTER

Five-Year Grant Largest in Law School’s History



UK SOLICITOR DISCUSSES DEFENDING ALLEGED TERRORISTS

Solicitor Julian Young featured in two presentations



JLP VOLUNTEERS BEGIN WORK FOR 2009-2010 ACADEMIC YEAR

The Judicial Language Project of the Women and Children's Advocacy Project began screenings and focus on social science.



CLSR PROFESSOR PROVIDES ETHICS TRAINING TO NEW HAMPSHIRE JUDGES

Professor Russell Engler teaches "Ethics in Transition: Pro Se Litigants and the Changing Judicial Role."



CLSR PROFESSOR TESTIFIES AT STATE HOUSE

10/27/09 Professor David Siegel appears before the Joint Committee on the Judiciary.



CLSR PROFESSORS SPEAK AT PRO BONO PANEL

10/22/09 Professors Dina Haynes and David Siegel speak about their pro bono experiences.



9/1/09 CLSR FELLOW WORKS WITH SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILES

Children frequently victims of abuse, abandonment, or neglect.



STUDENT VOLUNTEERS BEGIN SVLN SUMMARIES FOR 2009-2010 ACADEMIC YEAR

Sexual Violence Legal News is a service provided by the CLSR's Women and Children's Advocacy Project and the Women's Law Caucus.



CLSR’S CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROJECT SELECTS VOLUNTEERS

10/22/09 Six New England Law students have been selected to assist Professor Siegel with the New England Innocence Project.



COLOMBIAN PROSECUTOR DISCUSSES HIS NATION’S POLITICAL AND LEGAL CLIMATE

10/13/09 Update on guerrillas, paramilitaries, and legal system changes



IMMIGRATION AND HEALTHCARE REFORM SPEAKER

11/12/09 CLSR and the Immigration Law Association co-host "Impacts of Healthcare Reform on the Local Immigrant Population."



11/06/09 BRITISH ATTORNEY TO SPEAK ABOUT EXONERATION

Julian Young speaks about his work exonerating Sean Hodgson.



11/02/09 GUEST SPEAKER DISCUSSES REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT

Mapendo International representative on campus.



10/30/09 CLSR FELLOWS SPEAK ABOUT IMMIGRATION LAW

Two CLSR fellows, both New England Law graduates, discussed working in immigration law.



10/16/09 SMART GRID AND THE FUTURE OF THE ENERGY INDUSTRY

Dan Delurey, executive director of the Demand Response and Advanced Metering Coalition, spoke about "smart" energy and the future of the energy industry.



8/15/09 CENTER FOR LAW AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY HIRES FELLOW

2009 Grad Adonia Simpson to be 2009-2010 CLSR Fellow