Students Draft Court Rules for Mashpee Tribe
Students in our Indian and Indigenous Peoples Clinic had the rare opportunity to write court rules. The students helped draft new rules of civil procedure for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s district court.
Ten Years Later: Mass. Chief Justice Looks Back on Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Cases
Suffolk Law hosted a national conference marking the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's key decisions striking down anti-sodomy laws as unconstitutional and making Massachusetts the first state to allow same-sex marriage.
Lawyering in the Age of Smart Machines
Students in the spring 2013 class “Lawyering in the Age of Smart Machines,” created software for pro se litigants to create their own legal documents such as a parenting plan for divorcing couples who couldn’t afford to pay a lawyer to draft one.
Inspiring PreLaw Students with DiscoverLaw.org PLUS
Each summer, Suffolk Law hosts 20 promising college students for a fully funded month-long pre-law program through the LSAC DiscoveryLaw.org PLUS Program.