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Eric J. Weinstein Sole Pracitioner What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? I am a sole practitioner with my own law office in Framingham, Massachusetts.  For the first 15 years of practice, I focused on criminal law defense and appellate work, as well as real estate related...

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Lawyer-alum Eric Morrell is eager to share his experiences with aspiring attorneys.  In this guest post, he talks about his career path, and starting and managing a law office in criminal law, as well as providing some advice for others.  Eric is happy to speak with UMass students...

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Our popular lawyer-alumni speed networking event is coming this Thursday, 3/29, at 6:00pm. Each day this week, I’ll present brief biographical sketches of each of the distinguished attorneys who will be attending this year’s event. Monday, we met the first three lawyer-alums, and yesterday the second set. In today’...

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