Following a sucessful Massachusetts Broadband Conference the Rappaport Center hosted at Suffolk University Law School with the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Cable, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn sat down with our Communications Coordinator Austra Zubkovs to discuss the importance of broadband connectivity for economic development.
Self-described as “part silent auction/part village marketplace/part fun-loving open house,” Boston Food Swap is a project co-organized by Advisory Board member Lyn Huckabee to help create a stronger Boston community through trading homegrown, made and foraged food. Listen to our ten minute podcast as Rappaport Center Communications Coordinator Austra Zubkovs chats with Lyn about why she started the food swap, the challenges she’s faced, and what she’s hoping it will accomplish for the community as a whole. Read the full article for details about the next swap and to find one foodswapper’s homemade recipe for fresh and spicy salsa.
In our first Rappaport Center podcast of the semester, Professor Christopher Dearborn discusses with Executive Director Susan Prosnitz the parole system in Massachusetts in light of the recent shooting of a Woburn police officer.
In this edition of the BU Law podcast, host and media veteran, Dan Rea of WBZ-Radio 1030 welcomes Maura Kelly, Esq., Assistant Dean of Career Development and Public Service at BU School of Law and Cheryl Constantine, Associate Director of Financial Aid at BU School of Law, to discuss how more law students, graduate students and undergrads are turning to government and public interest work. They look at students’ growing interest in public service, a new law that forgives student loans for those who serve and the programs BU Law offers in the public interest arena.
It’s back to school and many law students face a new curriculum, the large workload and the hefty price of tuition. But University of California, Irvine School of Law stands out with a new agenda, creating a hands-on approach to law school, a concentration in public service and free tuition for their inaugural class through donations. Co-hosts Bob Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams welcome Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Founding Dean and Distinguished Professor at UCI Law, to chat about his new venture, the new approach to law school, students and what lies ahead.
A work of a plaintiff attorney isn’t always about filing lawsuits and going to trial. In this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen along with co-host and colleague, Manny Valdez Jr. welcome Attorney John Gomez nationally recognized trial attorney from the Gomez Law Firm in San Diego, to highlight the work of a plaintiff attorney, and connecting with members of the community through public service. You’ll also hear about specific cases that plaintiff attorneys are taking on that might surprise you.