Mia Friedman, Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs at Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service, reviews our Pro Bono Program.
Chris Dearborn, Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the Massachusetts 3 Strikes Law. Learn more about our nationally ranked clinical programs.
Professor David L. Lange, Melvin Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, joins us for our latest Intellectual Property podcast.
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.
Professor Roberts and Management Consultant and Rappaport Center Advisory Board member Jane Wiseman discuss Ms. Wiseman’s recent article Strategic Cutback Management: Law Enforcement for Lean Times in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
In our latest installment of the Rappaport Center’s Public Policy Podcast Series, Professor Roberts speaks with Scott Harshbarger about casino gambling in Massachusetts. Mr. Harshbarger’s article is online at www.rappaportbriefing.net.
We recently sat down with Suffolk Law Professor Christopher Dearborn to discuss issues in the Whitey Bulger case.
Suffolk Law Professor Christopher Dearborn discusses his article on the right to counsel prior to custodial interrogation, You Have the Right to an Attorney, but Not Right Now. To access the article, please visit http://bit.ly/mgMxgF.
Professor Alasdair Roberts talks with Mary O’Neill JD ’11 about her receipt of a Fenton Public Service Award in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Professor Timothy Wilton discusses the recent ranking of Suffolk’s Trial Advocacy Program by US News & World Report.