New England Law | Boston students perform public service work through clinical courses, student groups, and employment, both paid and volunteer.
Students may obtain transcript recognition for approved public service legal work through the Public Service Transcript Notation Program.
Chad Ringgenberg (Class of 2003)
I am a native of Wisconsin who moved out to Boston to attend New England School of Law. A Graduate of the University of Whitewater, Wisconsin with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Criminal Justice, my goal is to go in to the criminal law field. Some of my activities include: Case Manager at Shelter Legal Services, member of Phi Delta Phi and the Christian Legal Society member. Shelter Legal Services Foundation Inc. provides representation to homeless and indigent individuals in non criminal cases, some of which include: evictions, child custody, and immigration. Phi Delta Phi is a legal fraternity that is concerned with legal ethics and client representation. During the summer after my first year of law school, I worked for the Committee For Public Council Services in the appeals unit (Massachusetts Legal Aid organization which includes the public defenders). In my second year, I enrolled in the Lawyering Process Clinic, receiving credit for my work at Greater Boston Legal Services in their Family Law Unit.