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Federal Authorities to Investigate O.C. District Attorney over Jailhouse Informants
“The problem with informants is they’re so attractive. If it’s a weak case, maybe bringing in an informant is a way to solidify it,” Professor Daniel Medwed tells the Los Angeles Times.More »
The Incubator Movement: Hatching Happy Attorneys and Addressing Access to Justice Issues
In the December issue of ABA Law Practice Today, Sofia Lingos '09 writes about the important role legal incubators play in connecting lawyers with underserved legal consumers.More »
Marijuana in Massachusetts, What Happens Now That It's Legal?
Recreational marijuana is legal in Massachusetts beginning December 15. In an interview with news@Northeastern, Professor Leo Beletsky shares his insight into what we can expect in the coming months and how President-elect Donald Trump’s administration could impact the implementation of the new law.More »
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Transitions in the U.S. Democracy: The Presidential Inauguration, Policies, and Protests at Curry Student Center
Jan 24 The U.S. presidential election and the transition between administrations raise important questions...
Jan 25 With Data Scientist and Attorney David Colarusso 240 Dockser Hall January 25 at noon David Colarusso...
How to Serve the Public Interest and Make a Real Difference While Making a Living in Private Practice: From Guantanamo to the Supreme Court
Jan 30 Winter 2017 Daynard Visiting Fellow: Nancy Hollander Attorney, Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg...