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Your Health: Gun Violence, the First Amendment and Medical Advice
Professor Wendy Parmet tells YOUR HEALTH radio that “Suicide is a major public health problem and it’s very related to gun ownership.”More »
Massachusetts Adopts New Bar Exam for Lawyers
“The idea that bar exam results would be portable from one state to another has got to be a good thing,” Dean Jeremy Paul tells the Boston Business Journal. “It shouldn’t be easier for someone from France to practice law in Italy than someone from New York to practice law in New Jersey.”More »
Autistic Activist Lydia X.Z. Brown Is Fighting 'Violence Affecting Disabled Folks'
"I ended up in law school because I thought it would give me additional tools," Lydia Brown '18 tells NBC News. "I don't believe the law is going to save people or the law is somehow going to magically get rid of oppression but I do believe the law can be an effective tool in reducing or stopping some forms of violence."More »
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101 Ways to do Human Rights: Fusing Technology, Grassroots Lawyering and More at Northeastern University School of Law
Sep 28 Daynard Roundtable Discussion Fall 2016 Daynard Visiting Fellow Sukti Dhital '06, Deputy...
Making International Economic Law Work: Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices at Georgetown University Law Center
Sep 30 International Economic Law Interest Group Biennial Conference) This conference, organized by...
Oct 13 Please join us for our annual Alumni/ae of Color Panel & Lunch on Thursday, October 13th from...