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Guest post: Lawyer-alum Eric Morrell’s criminal law practice

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...

Career Talk: Intellectual Property and Patent Law

On Thursday, March 31st, we will host UMass alumni attorneys Nicholas Triano and Joshua Grey, who will speak about their careers in Patent and Intellectual Property Law. Attorney Triano graduated from UMass in 1983 with degrees in Biochemistry and Chemistry.  After several years as a bench chemist, he went on...

Lawyer-Alumni profile: Rob Shepherd (PoliSci/History ‘07, Quinnipiac Law ‘10)

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Law Career Talk: Public Interest Law

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Lawyer-Alumni profile: Elizabeth Pugh (Sociology ‘71, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law ‘78)

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Law Career Talk: Intellectual Property and Patent Law

The following is a summary of a UMass lawyer-alumni career talk offered on March 31, 2005, sponsored by the UMass Pre-Law Advising Office.Panelists:Nicholas Triano, III, Mintz Levin, BostonBiochemistry and Chemistry, ‘83Suffolk Law, ‘91Joshua Grey, Bulkley Richardson & Gelinas, SpringfieldHistory, ‘97Northwestern Law, ‘01Q: How did you get into this area of...

Law-related AmeriCorps Program for college grads

The Southeastern Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corp. (SMLAC) is sponsoring 25 annual AmeriCorps positions for college graduates interested in helping provide necessary legal help to poor people, while gaining experience working in law offices.  The positions are distributed throughout Massachusetts, and carry a $15,000 stipend, health benefits, and $4,725 toward the payment of...

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