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Wait! Don’t go!

Just a few quick thoughts before the construction seals my office off from the rest of campus… For those applying to law school next year: The Pre-Law Advising Office is open throughout the summer.  I won’t have regular office hours, but I am available to meet with you...

Part-time legal advocate position

The Center for Hope and Healing in Lowell, an advocacy organization for survivors of rape and sexual assault, is seeking to hire a part-time legal advocate.  Details here.

Lawyer-alumni career panel: Law outside the courtroom

Friday, April 21st at noonSOM 210The low-down on transactional practice—what is that other thing lawyers do besides litigate? Two practicing attorneys (and UMass alums) and SOM Prof. Jennifer Taub will talk about their work and career paths, and answer your questions. Featuring:Daniel Pierce, Duane Morris, UMass ‘95 (Political Science),...

Meet the lawyers of “Meet the Law” - Part 1

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. Today, we’ve got Anthony Barsamian, Nicholas Ferron, and Colleen Dunham Henschke. RSVP to...

The Lawyers of “Meet the Law” - Spring 2014

The lawyers are coming! The lawyers are coming!  It’s time again for our most popular networking event, Meet the Law.  Get to know lawyer-alums from a variety of fields in a low-key speed networking format.  This semester’s event is Wednesday, April 2, 2014, and you can register...

Are lower ranked schools more innovative than their higher ranked peers?

It seems so, according to this observer.  One of his important points that bears repeating over and over again:  The rankings measure nothing remotely related to innovative or creative legal education methods.  Please keep that in mind as you compile your lists of schools to which you apply.

Best time ever to pursue public interest law

Even though Harvard just ended its free tuition program for public interest lawyers, they, as well as many other schools, still have a very generous Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), and public interest lawyers from any law school can take advantage of the federal College Cost Reduction and Access Act. ...

You are moving toward a future you are creating

Catapult 2013 (+ 2 months) or How a one-day conference reignited my excitement about the future of law In mid-April, I attended a conference in San Francisco entitled, “Catapult 2013: Tools for a 21st Century Legal Career.” It was an inspiring day of meetings, presentations, workshops and informal conversations, and I fully intended to...

New guide to law schools for public interest/public service

Equal Justice Works, the national organization for public interest law students and lawyers, has released a new resource that allows prospective students to compare law schools based on criteria important to those pursuing careers in public interest or government.  The online searchable database provides information about tuition costs, public interest...

New website and resources on diversity in legal education

...or the lack thereof.  The Society of American Law Teachers and the Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic at Columbia University School of Law have put together a website exploring racial and ethnic diversity in American law schools.  Their central finding: the proportion of African-Americans and Mexican-Americans among law students...

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