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Co-op 1

Portnoy & Greene, Worcester, Massachusetts

Josh learned the basics of law firm practice, with a focus on real estate transactions, landlord/tenant law and foreclosures.

Activities

  • Northeastern University Law Journal (editor-in-chief)
  • Student Bar Association

 

Co-op 2

American Federation of Government Employees, Washington, DC

In the AFGE’s office of general counsel, Josh experienced the differences between his first co-op, working in a law firm, and the skills needed to effectively work as internal counsel. And, living in Washington, DC, piqued his interest in government.

Co-op 3

Sandulli Grace, Boston

Here, Josh delved into performing research and drafting memoranda on a range of labor law issues, including unfair labor practices and the enforcement of arbitration awards.

Research Assistant

Under Professor Roger Abrams’ supervision, Josh conducted research involving labor and employment practioners’ views of the arbitration process.

Electives

  • Civil Trial Practice
  • Evidence
  • Corporations
  • Secured Transactions
  • Intellectual Property
  • Employment Law: Job Security and Rights
  • Employment Law: Compensation, Benefits and Retirement

Co-op 4

Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, Boston

On this co-op, Josh learned the “ins” and “outs” of complex civil litigation practice by assisting attorneys in the firm’s insurance, reinsurance and employment practice groups.

After Graduation

Associate, Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, Boston

Result

An open-minded litigator, willing to consider all options.