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Noelle Barrist Stern (Legal Studies and Natural Resource Studies ‘97, Northeastern Law ‘00) Judicial Case Manager Berkshire County (MA) Probate & Family Court What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? I am the Judicial Case Manager at the Berkshire Probate and Family Court.  My primary practice areas are...

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We’ve got a great group of alumni lawyers lined up for the Fall 2015 edition of Meet the Law, our speed networking event for prospective lawyers (coming up Wednesday, October 14th at 6:00 pm). Check out the list of attorneys, and don’t forget to register in advance here. Starlene Alves ...

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),...

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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.

Lawpalooza! Next week’s many law-related events

What a crazy conglomeration of events we’ve got scheduled next week, all catering to the legal eagles out there.  I’m out of breath just listing them all.  Here’s the rundown: *Just added* Vermont Law School Admissions Visit Tuesday, 11/15, at noon E23 Machmer Vermont Law School...

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