David Christopher Dearborn
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BiographyD. Christopher Dearborn joined the Suffolk Law School clinical faculty to teach in the Suffolk Defenders Program. Most recently, Professor Dearborn was a Senior Associate at the Boston law firm of Rankin & Sultan, where his practice focused on criminal defense in state and federal courts. Professor Dearborn previously practiced as a Staff Attorney for nine years with the Committee for Public Counsel Services, where he represented indigent defendants in Massachusetts trial courts. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member at New England School of Law and Western New England College of Law, where he taught trial practice courses. Professor Dearborn is a graduate of St. Lawrence University and Vermont Law School.
'You Have the Right to an Attorney', but Not Right Now: Combating Miranda's Failure by Advancing the Point of Attachment Under Article XII of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights, 44 SUFFOLK L. REV. 359 (2011)
What Every Criminal Lawyer Needs to Know about Impeachment Law, 12 :1 MASS. BAR ASS'N. SECTION REVIEW 6 (2010)
- BA, St. Lawrence University
- JD,Vermont Law School