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Experiential Learning

THOMAS SHACK III ’00, COMPTROLLER OF THE COMMONWEALTH: “I UTILIZE MY NEW ENGLAND LAW DEGREE EVERY DAY"

Independent overseer of the Commonwealth’s financial and business operations


SEAN NABI ’16 NAMED TO AMERICAN HEALTH LAWYERS ASSOCIATION YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK

Only law student to be so honored


NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON ANNOUNCES POLICY TO GUARANTEE STUDENTS CLINICAL/EXTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Expands hands-on, for-credit complement to classroom studies


CHIEF JUSTICE RALPH D. GANTS TELLS NEW ENGLAND LAW | BOSTON GRADUATES, "YOU WILL… REDEFINE WHAT IT MEANS TO PRACTICE LAW"

Dispels “nonsense” about the state of the legal profession; receives honorary degree at 104th Commencement


YING WANG ’15 WINS NEW MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION PUBLIC INTEREST SCHOLARSHIP

Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Scholarship honors commitment to underrepresented individuals, communities


NEW ENGLAND LAW STUDENT’S “UNPRECEDENTED” INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT PLACEMENT “A TREMENDOUS HONOR”

Center for International Law and Policy externship placements in The Hague and Washington, D.C.


KATHERINE CHARLES ’15 RECEIVES MASSACHUSETTS BLACK LAWYERS ASSOCIATION PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

Has demonstrated exceptional commitment


NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT LAUNCHES ONLINE HUB

Offer of Proof extends nationally distinguished publication into digital realm


CHRISTOPHER HUGHES ’16 RECEIVES MASSACHUSETTS BLACK JUDGES CONFERENCE AWARD

Honored at “Celebration of Excellence” event attended by leading jurists, attorneys


REACHING NEW HEIGHTS: ALUMNA APPOINTED TO STATE’S APPELLATE COURT

Believed to be the first New England Law graduate appointed to the appeals court


SUCCESSFUL FIRST-YEAR SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM REPEATS IN 2015

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


“THE LAWYERING EXPERIENCE” INTRODUCES FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS TO OPTIONS, OPPORTUNITIES

Practice skills, trends, and career development featured


TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES; MUST PRIVACY RETREAT?

Journal symposium considers impact on criminal investigations