Whether a law practitioner, judge, or scholar, faculty members share a passion for teaching that extends well beyond the classroom. They are devoted mentors and active supporters of student publications, moot court, and other law-related student organizations.
Full-time faculty members share the benefits of their academic credentials and high-level legal practice. Because New England Law is located in the heart of Boston, adjunct professors are drawn from a pool of outstanding law practitioners, including more than a dozen judges.
U.S. Supreme Court justices regularly bring their points of view to the New England Law’s classrooms and international programs. In 2011, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy visited the International and Comparative Human Rights Law program in Galway, Ireland, as a guest-lecturer, and Justice Antonin Scalia taught there in 2008 and will again in 2014. Justices Harry Blackmun, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Clarence Thomas have also addressed faculty and students at the Boston law school.
Chief Justice John Roberts, Jr., taught a course concerning the history of the Supreme Court as part of the 2009 summer program in Galway, taught at the University of Malta’s Foundation for International Studies in 2012 and in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2013, and will teach in London in 2014.
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