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CHIEF JUSTICE OF CANADA TO DELIVER NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON’S COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

Right Hon. Beverley McLachlin is Canada’s first female and longest-serving Chief Justice


SUCCESSFUL FIRST-YEAR SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM REPEATS IN 2016

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


CHINESE LEGAL SCHOLAR VISITS NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON

Strengthens ties with the world’s largest law school


TIMOTHY F. SULLIVAN ’91 APPOINTED CHIEF JUSTICE OF MASSACHUSETTS HOUSING COURT

Lauded as “Accessible, Approachable, and Receptive to Addressing Diverse Concerns”


NEW ENGLAND LAW LAUNCHES PROGRAM TO HELP ASYLUM SEEKERS FROM CENTRAL AMERICA

Immigrant Detention Justice Project allows students to hone their immigration law skills


LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD

New England Law | Boston Professor Russell Engler tells lawmakers that more lawyers for tenants will make evictions fairer


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON TRIAL ADVOCACY TEAM SHINES IN INVITATIONAL EVENT

Second place finish in national competition


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON PROFESSOR LISA LAPLANTE, JILLIAN CARSON ’17 TESTIFY ON HUMAN RIGHTS BILL

Ensuring that Massachusetts victims of grave human rights abuses get their day in court


ROBERT W. HARNAIS ’89 ELECTED FIRST HISPANIC PRESIDENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION

An active New England Law alumni volunteer


CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS, JR., SHARES ADVICE AND INSIGHTS WITH NEW ENGLAND LAW COMMUNITY

His on-stage conversation with Dean O’Brien draws 1,000 students, alumni, judges to Law Day Banquet


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON EXPANDS COMPLIANCE CURRICULUM, PROGRAMMING; LAUNCHES ADVISORY COUNCIL

Booming field attracts alumni expertise, student interest