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Suffolk Law loses faculty legend

Suffolk Law loses faculty legend

Alexa Gagosz

April 18, 2018


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News, Suffolk U News

For the past 32 years, Professor Jeffrey Wittenberg has brought humor to an otherwise grueling topic for most law students, chanted law codes line-by-line during a first lecture and pushed students to the edge until they realized their full potential. Fueled by perseverance, Wittenberg was determine...

Letter to the editor: A critic of Suffolk Law and the new propaganda model

Letter to the editor: A critic of Suffolk Law and the new propaganda model

Brendan Bresnahan

June 13, 2016


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Suffolk Law graduate Brendan Bresnahan gives his opinion on the partnership between Suffolk Law School and the Integreon program.

Suffolk Law professor among presenters at ‘Foreign Policy for All’

Suffolk Law professor among presenters at ‘Foreign Policy for All’

Sam Humphrey

November 12, 2014


Filed under World

Around 300 people gathered in an otherwise barren Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus Saturday to hear Noam Chomsky, Bill Fletcher, and other progressives speak at Massachusetts Peace Action’s, “Foreign Policy for All” conference. As attendees filed into the theater for the first discussion...

University shuts down Rappaport Center

Sam Humphrey

August 18, 2014


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

By Sam Humphrey and Melissa Hanson The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service was shut down by Suffolk University on Monday, officials said, leaving an air of disappointment for some of those involved. Alasdair Roberts, the center’s chair in law and public policy and a Suffolk Law professor,...

Gubernatorial roundtables continue, Baker and Grossman discuss healthcare, education

Gubernatorial roundtables continue, Baker and Grossman discuss healthcare, education

Sam Humphrey

February 5, 2014


Filed under Boston, News

Charlie Baker and Steve Grossman outlined their plans if elected governor to dozens of attendees at the Suffolk University Law School Rappaport Center last Tuesday and Thursday, highlighting issues from healthcare to casino construction. Baker was the first Republican candidate to speak at the roundtable...

Town Hall outlines five-year Strategic Plan

Town Hall outlines five-year Strategic Plan

Alex Hall

October 17, 2012


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

Suffolk University President James McCarthy unveiled the school’s strategic plan for the next five years this past week, revealing several changes on the horizon. A 15-member committee of current faculty and students developed the entire plan. The president voiced his approval of the plan at the...

Hit law school faster with the “Three-Three” program

Hit law school faster with the “Three-Three” program

Derek Anderson

September 19, 2011


Filed under Campus, Inside the Journal, News

If there was a way to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science on top of getting a Juris Doctor at Suffolk Law School in six years instead of seven, would it be worth it? Say hello to the “Three-Three” program, a University option that will shave a full year from a student’s journey...

Suffolk hires new Vice President

Ryan Boyle

November 14, 2009


Filed under Campus, Featured Stories, News

Article by: Ryan Boyle Christopher Mosher, a graduate of Suffolk University Law School, was recently appointed as the Vice President of Advancement. As the University’s Chief Philanthropist, Mosher is responsible for raising funds from private sources, corporations, and foundations, in addition to m...

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