"...a proven leader, respected by all..."
Recognized for career in public service
New England Law initiates new program of funded student fellowship positions this summer
Presentation made at Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association gala
Presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel
"Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle" author featured
Event at Four Seasons Hotel draws Massachusetts legal and civic leaders
Bar examination success continues
Strong performances bode well for success as trial attorneys.
Increasing globalization requires lawyers to keep abreast of foreign law developments.
The Law Day Banquet scheduled for Friday, April 19, has been cancelled.
Professor John Cerone analyzes the UN's historic vote on Palestine
Classes will be held as usual.
One of 25 chosen in nationwide survey
The only educational institution in its category
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.
Mandatory sentences of life without parole for juveniles ruled cruel and unusual
New England Law Review's fall symposium
Center for Public Health and Tobacco Policy has national impact
“Justin’s award is a stellar accomplishment”
Students start law school “at the top”
8 a.m. classes are cancelled
Will assist public interest projects in New England and nationally
Law Review lecture focuses on progress made by science, legislation
Sole institution of higher education in annual Boston Globe survey
Article based on memorandum written for the U.S. Attorney's Office
Client Counseling, Negotiation, and Tax teams place highly
101st Commencement ceremony features retired chief justice of Indiana Supreme Court
Excelled in handling cases in the areas of domestic relations
Governor Howard Dean addresses Law Day Banquet
Distinguished career includes many years of public service
Circuit Governor is Jeananne Russell '12
Students garnered high praise from judges
Team vaults to national level in only its second year of existence
Leading national authorities discussed: Can the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) meet today’s finance and technology needs?
Malta 2012; Ireland 2009
Professor George Dargo taught at New England Law for 28 years
History of organized crime, "Most Wanted" fugitive Whitey Bulger explored
Current medical malpractice litigation and causes of the healthcare crisis surveyed
The program is assisting in meeting unmet needs in the court system
Intellectual property law presentation
New England Law trustee recognized
Wayne A. Budd and two others join Board of Trustees
Several outcomes could result from UN debate
Justice Anthony Kennedy makes special appearance at Galway Summer Program
28th annual Minority Alumni Welcome Reception
One of the region's most prominent jurists
Dean O’Brien assumes chairmanship of ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
Patience Babajide '13 legal internship
Wassem Amin ’12 to aid Egypt after law school
Jane Sullivan Roberts salutes our proud tradition
Moot court contest focused on issues of patent and IP law
Senator Brown inspires in Law Day address
“Excellence and professionalism at every turn..."
Boston Globe honor
Team captures Best Overall Brief award and Second Runner-up honors
93.6 Percent Clear the Bar
"Bostonian of the Year" delivers keynote address
Students assist in International Criminal Court research
Strengths in litigation, research, prosecution, and defense
New England Law Review Symposium
Retiring This Year after 52 Years
New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement symposium
New Mexico Chief Justice Joseph F. Baca (retired) encourages New England Law students
Decision will help ensure equal access to justice
Faculty and alumni share experiences with students
New Hampshire Chief Justice John T. Broderick, Jr., Addresses Graduates
White House and Capitol Hill Meetings
New England Journal on Civil and Criminal Confinement Examines Melendez-Diaz and Briscoe
Reviewing the UN Human Rights Council: Looking Back and Moving Forward
Engler involved in the movement to expand the civil right to counsel
New England Law Also Captures Best Individual Oralist Award
Proposals to Improve Criminal Justice Policy and Practice
Remarks Made at the AALS Annual Meeting for Law Professors and Administrators
In Recognition of Outstanding Service to Students
Five-Year Grant Largest in Law School’s History
Alumni Spotlight: U.S. Navy LCDR Timothy Keeton '95
Members of the Class of 2010 Gain Access to the Association’s Valuable Resources
Student Newsmaker: Ligia Rodriguez '11
Centennial events range from Supreme Court justices to pictorial exhibits
People, places, and events that have shaped New England Law throughout its 100 year history
New Book on Separation of Powers and the War on Terror
Dean O'Brien's leadership acknowledged in Boston Business Journal article.
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.
CILP Assists CEDAW Efforts; Meetings Held in New York and Washington
Professor Cerone joins the UN Human Rights Council; Students Prepare Issue Briefs for U.S. Delegation
Day's Highlights Include Student Q&A Session
Supreme Opportunity to Learn about the History of the Highest Court
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.
Women's Struggles Recounted and Impact Assessed
Client Counseling Team Impresses National Judges