Some Wednesday classes cancelled, decision on others pending
Due to Mayor Walsh’s request to keep Boston’s streets clear for snow removal Wednesday, New England Law | Boston classes scheduled to start before 4 p.m. are cancelled. A decision on classes beginning at 4 p.m. and later will be communicated by noon tomorrow, as will the opening time for the library. Staff are not expected to report to work.
New England Law is a “top place” to work (year after year after year)
(Boston, 11/5/12) New England Law | Boston: For the third straight year, New England Law | Boston has been named one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts in the annual Boston Globe survey. The 2012 listing appears online and in a magazine supplement published in the Sunday Globe on November 4.
New England Law has been selected for this honor for three years running.
“This is an annual confirmation of the pride and satisfaction that New England Law employees feel for their workplace,” said Dean John F. O’Brien. “The positive work environment and commitment of all our employees–faculty, staff, adjunct faculty, and Legal Research and Writing faculty–directly impacts the experience that we provide for our students. I extend my appreciation to everyone who makes this a wonderful place to work and to learn.”
A record number of participants took part in this year’s fifth survey of regional businesses. Employees at participating companies rated their employers based on workplace practices in compensation, leadership, appreciation, career opportunities, and management.