Engel Observes Foreclosure Committee
Professor Engel was appointed as observer to the Uniform Law Commission’s Drafting Committee on Residential Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Process and Protections.
Don Berwick Pledges to “Invest” in Services if Elected Governor
Candidate lists education, transportation, health care and poverty as top concerns as he kicks off Rappaport Roundtable series
Living Up to Dr. King’s Dream
On Martin Luther King’s birthday, Chief Diversity Officer Nicole Price reflects on how we can carry on his life’s work
Laughing for Health & Success – Faculty Member Wrote the Book on It
Faculty member and entrepreneur Sushil Bhatia's new e-book promotes laughter and the power of neutral, rather than positive, thinking
First-of-Its-Kind Course Prepares Law Students to Prosecute Operating Under the Influence Cases
Will pave way for online program to be offered nationwide in effort to stem drunk-driving
Alumnus William Evans Chosen to Lead Boston Police Department
New mayor turns to veteran officer who began his cadet career while still a Suffolk student
Kahalas Term Scholarship: Congrats to 2014 Recipients
The Howard and Judith Kahalas Term Scholarship Fund provides scholarship grants of $10,000 and mentoring for up to two students per year. Preferenec will be given to students from groups that have historically been underrepresented in law school.
Blazing the Trail
Suffolk students and alumni played key roles in campaign that brought Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to City Hall
College Alumna Named National Coordinator for Health IT
Dr. Karen DeSalvo seen as "advocate for strengthening the U.S. public health infrastructure"
Female Law Grads Gather for Women’s Leadership Academy
How have opportunities for women evolved? A panel of Suffolk Law alumnae from the 1970s through the 2000s gathered to discuss with Professor Rene Landers.