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MAYOR MARTIN J. WALSH TO DELIVER NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON’S GRADUATION ADDRESS

Law School’s 103rd Commencement to Feature Boston’s 54th Mayor



CHIEF JUSTICE IRELAND: “THERE IS NO MORE NOBLE OR REWARDING PROFESSION THAN BEING A LAWYER”

Chief Justice, Boston Mayor Walsh celebrate profession, students at Law Day Banquet



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON ADVOCACY TEAMS IMPRESS AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL COMPETITIONS

Rigorous practice schedules, extraordinary efforts pay off



KEITH RICHARD ’14 WINS NATIONAL ENERGY LAW COMPETITION

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



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

“Campus SaVE Act” alleged to undermine student rights



IS THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE (UCC) STILL RELEVANT?

Center for Business Law Spring 2014 Conference



CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS, JR., JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA, BOTH RETURN TO NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON INTERNATIONAL STUDY PROGRAMS

Continued High Court participation offers students extraordinary study abroad opportunities



MASSACHUSETTS GUIDE TO EVIDENCE BENEFITS FROM LAW SCHOOL CONTRIBUTIONS

New England Law | Boston community instrumental in preparing the latest edition



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON HOSTS REGIONAL JUNIOR FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP

Showcase of Legal Scholarship



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

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



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON COMPARED FAVORABLY WITH GEORGETOWN, OTHER LEADING LAW SCHOOLS

National legal publication identifies “schools that offer similar strengths”



HON. ROBERTO RONQUILLO, JR. ’84, NAMED CHIEF JUSTICE OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL COURT DEPARTMENT

Appointment made by Chief Justice of the Trial Court Paula Carey ’86




Previous News and Events

ORAL ARGUMENT SUGGESTS HIGH COURT MAY REDEFINE CHILD PORNOGRAPHY RESTITUTION STANDARDS

New England Law | Boston center files amicus brief



“INSIDE THE ABA” ARTICLE FEATURES DEAN O’BRIEN’S LEADERSHIP, ANALYSIS, AND PREDICTIONS



“URBAN MAYOR” JACK YUNITS ’80 RECOGNIZED FOR LEADERSHIP

Former Brockton, MA, mayor lays out blueprint for public service success



HON. BARBARA DORTCH-OKARA (RETIRED) APPOINTED STATE ETHICS COMMISSION CHAIR

New England Law professor, legal trailblazer



IN RARE EXPERIENCE, NEW ENGLAND LAW STUDENT VISITS GUANTANAMO AS OFFICIAL OBSERVER OF MILITARY COMMISSIONS

Reports on hearings concerning U.S.S. Cole attack



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS

A panel of distinguished judges, an award-winning film, and a “Hoodie Day” program slated



GIDEON'S ARMY: AN ACCOUNT FROM THE FRONT LINE OF PUBLIC DEFENSE

New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement Paper Symposium



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

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



IS THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE (UCC) STILL RELEVANT?

Center for Business Law Conference



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



TRUSTEE ROBERT QUINN PASSES AWAY

Leader in law and education; devoted member of the New England Law | Boston community



BAR PASS RATE OUTPACES STATE AVERAGE; NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON AMONG COMMONWEALTH’S HIGHEST SCORERS



NEW ENGLAND LAW IS CLOSED DUE TO SNOWSTORM

Both building and library are closed



“I AM PROUD TO CONSIDER MYSELF A PUBLIC SERVANT.”

U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz hails law school’s strong community ties, commitment to public service at 102nd Commencement



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



LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM CONSIDERS THEFT LAW IN THE INFORMATION AGE

"Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle" author featured



JUSTICE O’CONNOR HIGHLIGHTS DEAN O’BRIEN’S LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION

Event at Four Seasons Hotel draws Massachusetts legal and civic leaders



NEW SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS LAUNCHED

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



NEW ENGLAND LAW STUDENTS CLEAR THE BAR

Bar examination success continues



NATIONAL TRIAL COMPETITION TEAM REACHES REGIONAL FINALS

Strong performances bode well for success as trial attorneys.



“INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS” CENTER FOR BUSINESS LAW CONFERENCE

Increasing globalization requires lawyers to keep abreast of foreign law developments.



LAW DAY BANQUET CANCELLED

The Law Day Banquet scheduled for Friday, April 19, has been cancelled.



“THE TRAIN TO STATEHOOD HAS CLEARLY LEFT THE STATION.”

Professor John Cerone analyzes the UN's historic vote on Palestine



NEW ENGLAND LAW WILL BE OPEN ON TUESDAY.

Classes will be held as usual.



DEAN O’BRIEN NAMED TO “MOST INFLUENTIAL IN LEGAL EDUCATION” LIST

One of 25 chosen in nationwide survey



NEW ENGLAND LAW IS A “TOP PLACE” TO WORK (YEAR AFTER YEAR AFTER YEAR)

The only educational institution in its category



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.



SHOULD MINORS GET LIFE? NEJCCC SYMPOSIUM CONSIDERS MILLER DECISION

Mandatory sentences of life without parole for juveniles ruled cruel and unusual



“CRISIS IN THE JUDICIARY” SYMPOSIUM SPOTLIGHTS STATE COURT THREATS, POTENTIAL REMEDIES

New England Law Review's fall symposium



MOUNTING MILESTONES FOR NEW ENGLAND LAW’S YOUNG ACADEMIC CENTER

Center for Public Health and Tobacco Policy has national impact



JUSTIN KESSELMAN ’13 WINS NATIONAL TRUST AND ESTATE COUNSEL WRITING COMPETITION

“Justin’s award is a stellar accomplishment”



ORIENTATION FEATURES PROMINENT JURISTS

Students start law school “at the top”



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



WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AND THE JUDICIARY

Law Review lecture focuses on progress made by science, legislation



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON AGAIN NAMED A “TOP PLACE TO WORK”

Sole institution of higher education in annual Boston Globe survey



SUCOFF A FINALIST FOR SCRIBES LAW-REVIEW AWARD

Article based on memorandum written for the U.S. Attorney's Office



MOOT TEAMS SCORE WELL IN NATIONAL, REGIONAL COMPETITIONS

Client Counseling, Negotiation, and Tax teams place highly



COMMITMENT TO RULE OF LAW DISTINGUISHES U.S., GRADUATES TOLD

101st Commencement ceremony features retired chief justice of Indiana Supreme Court



CAROLYN CUTERI ’12 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

Excelled in handling cases in the areas of domestic relations



“THE AMERICAN DREAM IS STILL VERY MUCH ALIVE”

Governor Howard Dean addresses Law Day Banquet



TRUSTEE ROBERT QUINN NAMED TO "IRISH LEGAL 100"

Distinguished career includes many years of public service



NEW ENGLAND LAW HOSTS ABA STUDENT DIVISION MEETING

Circuit Governor is Jeananne Russell '12



NEGOTIATION TEAM COMPETES IN NATIONAL FINALS

Team vaults to national level in only its second year of existence



CLIENT COUNSELING COMPETITORS SNAG SILVER IN REGIONAL COMPETITION

Students garnered high praise from judges



IS THE CODE EXPLODING OR IMPLODING? (CENTER FOR BUSINESS LAW CONFERENCE)

Leading national authorities discussed: Can the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) meet today’s finance and technology needs?



CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS RETURNS TO SUMMER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM

Malta 2012; Ireland 2009



LONG-TIME, BELOVED NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON PROFESSOR PASSES AWAY

Professor George Dargo taught at New England Law for 28 years



“WHITEY” SYMPOSIUM REVIEWS LEGAL RESPONSES TO ORGANIZED CRIME

History of organized crime, "Most Wanted" fugitive Whitey Bulger explored



“ON THE TABLE” LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM EXAMINES MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

Current medical malpractice litigation and causes of the healthcare crisis surveyed



JUDICIAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM BENEFITS JUDICIARY, RECENT GRADUATES

The program is assisting in meeting unmet needs in the court system



“ARE YOUR GENES PATENTABLE?”

Intellectual property law presentation



BUDD RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

New England Law trustee recognized



DIANA L. WHEELER ’90 ELECTED LAW SCHOOL PRESIDENT

Wayne A. Budd and two others join Board of Trustees



PALESTINIAN STATEHOOD—COMING SOON? PROFESSOR CERONE COMMENTS ON UNESCO VOTE

Several outcomes could result from UN debate



“A RARE AND BRILLIANT EXPERIENCE”

Justice Anthony Kennedy makes special appearance at Galway Summer Program



BOSTON NAACP PRESIDENT MICHAEL CURRY ’05: “GET INVOLVED AGAIN”

28th annual Minority Alumni Welcome Reception



HON. MARK WOLF TEACHES “THE FEDERAL JUDGE”

One of the region's most prominent jurists



GUIDING AMERICAN LEGAL EDUCATION

Dean O’Brien assumes chairmanship of ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar



“PROBLEM PROPERTIES”– STUDENT HELPS ADDRESS VIOLENT CRIME

Patience Babajide '13 legal internship



LEARNING LAW IN BOSTON, BUT HIS HEART'S IN TAHRIR SQUARE

Wassem Amin ’12 to aid Egypt after law school



“EVERY MEMBER OF THE BAR OWES A DEBT OF GRATITUDE TO NEW ENGLAND LAW”

Jane Sullivan Roberts salutes our proud tradition



NEW ENGLAND LAW STUDENT RECEIVES TOP AWARD IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPETITION

Moot court contest focused on issues of patent and IP law



“YOU DON’T NEED A PRIVILEGED BACKGROUND… YOU JUST NEED TO LOVE THE LAW”

Senator Brown inspires in Law Day address



CASSANDRA FEENEY '11 WINS ETHICAL PRACTICE AWARD

“Excellence and professionalism at every turn..."



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON NAMED A “TOP PLACE TO WORK”

Boston Globe honor



TAX MOOT COURT TEAM WEATHERS OBSTACLES, WINS TWO AWARDS AT NATIONAL COMPETITION

Team captures Best Overall Brief award and Second Runner-up honors



LAW SCHOOL’S BAR PASS RATE OUTPACES STATEWIDE AVERAGE

93.6 Percent Clear the Bar



LAW DAY 2011 FEATURES U.S. SENATOR SCOTT BROWN

"Bostonian of the Year" delivers keynote address



PROFESSOR CERONE, AMBASSADOR IN WASHINGTON POLICY REVIEW

Students assist in International Criminal Court research



NEW LAW SCHOOL FACULTY

Strengths in litigation, research, prosecution, and defense



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

New England Law Review Symposium



DEAN’S RECEPTION CELEBRATES FRANK SCIOLI’S WISE COUNSEL, DEVOTED SERVICE

Retiring This Year after 52 Years



PLAYGROUND TO PENITENTIARY: SYMPOSIUM ADDRESSES THE CRIMINALIZATION OF SCHOOL BULLYING AND THE NEW MASSACHUSETTS STATUTE

New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement symposium



"YOU ARE A CHOSEN FEW"

New Mexico Chief Justice Joseph F. Baca (retired) encourages New England Law students



ADJUNCT PROFESSOR MURPHY SECURES SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT RULING FOR DISABLED VICTIMS

Decision will help ensure equal access to justice



“YOUNG ACHIEVERS” TRY NEW ENGLAND LAW ON FOR SIZE

Faculty and alumni share experiences with students



“MAKE YOUR DREAMS YOUR CAREER”

New Hampshire Chief Justice John T. Broderick, Jr., Addresses Graduates



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



PROFESSOR HAYNES DISCUSSES IMMIGRATION REFORM IN WASHINGTON

White House and Capitol Hill Meetings



LAW SCHOOL SYMPOSIUM, U.S. SUPREME COURT, AND “CONFRONTING” FORENSIC EVIDENCE

New England Journal on Civil and Criminal Confinement Examines Melendez-Diaz and Briscoe



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FEATURES UN, STATE DEPT. OFFICIALS

Reviewing the UN Human Rights Council: Looking Back and Moving Forward



PROFESSOR RUSSELL ENGLER NAMED TO SJC ACCESS TO JUSTICE COMMITTEE

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



TEAM WINS NATIONAL TAX MOOT COURT COMPETITION

New England Law Also Captures Best Individual Oralist Award



LAW DAY FEATURES GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE, HEALTHCARE LEADER CHARLES BAKER



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

Proposals to Improve Criminal Justice Policy and Practice



PROFESSOR TEIXEIRA DE SOUSA CRITIQUES "RACE TO THE TOP" EDUCATION STRATEGY

Remarks Made at the AALS Annual Meeting for Law Professors and Administrators



ASSOCIATE DEAN SUSAN CALAMARE RECEIVES AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN STUDENT SERVICES

In Recognition of Outstanding Service to Students



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON ESTABLISHES TOBACCO POLICY CENTER

Five-Year Grant Largest in Law School’s History



BUILDING A CRIMINAL COURT IN KIRKUK, IRAQ

Alumni Spotlight: U.S. Navy LCDR Timothy Keeton '95



EXCLUSIVE PROGRAM PROVIDES CLASS OF 2010 WITH BOSTON BAR ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

Members of the Class of 2010 Gain Access to the Association’s Valuable Resources



STUDENT WINS ABA AWARD, ASSISTS HOMELESS, NEEDY

Student Newsmaker: Ligia Rodriguez '11



NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON CELEBRATES CENTURY MARK WITH GALA EVENT

Centennial events range from Supreme Court justices to pictorial exhibits



HUNDRED YEARS OF NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON

People, places, and events that have shaped New England Law throughout its 100 year history



PROFESSORS FRIEDMAN AND HANSEN MAKE THEIR "CASE FOR CONGRESS"

New Book on Separation of Powers and the War on Terror



BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL PROFILES DEAN O’BRIEN ’77

Dean O'Brien's leadership acknowledged in Boston Business Journal article.



HON. JOHN R. SIMPSON ’64 ELECTED LAW SCHOOL PRESIDENT

The Corporation of New England Law | Boston has elected Hon. John R. Simpson ’64 as its president, replacing outgoing president, Hon. Darrell L. Outlaw ’61.



CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY FURTHERS UN WOMEN’S RIGHTS CONVENTION

CILP Assists CEDAW Efforts; Meetings Held in New York and Washington



HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL PROJECT

Professor Cerone joins the UN Human Rights Council; Students Prepare Issue Briefs for U.S. Delegation



JUSTICE GINSBURG ON CAMPUS FOR LAW DAY

Day's Highlights Include Student Q&A Session



GRADUATES URGED TO “PICK UP A SHOVEL”



CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS TEACHES IN GALWAY PROGRAM

Supreme Opportunity to Learn about the History of the Highest Court



NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW ADVANCES IN RANKINGS

New England Law | Boston’s New England Law Review has moved up into the top 40 percent of 220 general law journals surveyed in Washington and Lee University School of Law’s annual rankings. The Law Review’s trend of improving scores has now extended into a fourth year.



CENTENNIAL PANEL FEATURES FOUR FEMALE CHIEF JUSTICES

Women's Struggles Recounted and Impact Assessed



ADVOCACY TEAMS SHINE IN COMPETITIONS

Client Counseling Team Impresses National Judges