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en-us Thursday, May 19, 2016 12:37 AM Suffolk University /images/brand-assets/logo-suffolk.png Suffolk University News Feed Suffolk University Board Appoints New Chair <p>Robert C. Lamb’s focus is “to ensure the future success of this incredible institution”</p> May 13, 2016 High Health Insurance Deductibles Are Bad Policy Says Former HHS Chief Donna Shalala <p>Clinton Foundation president says to watch out for changes in Medicare and Medicaid spending</p> April 29, 2016 Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Civil Rights Attorney Elaine Jones and National YMCA Leader Kevin Washington to Speak at Commencement Ceremonies <p>More than 2,200 undergraduate and advanced degrees to be awarded to the Class of 2016</p> April 25, 2016 Is Google Liable? <p>Masterman Speaker Series highlights question of new media liability for users' bad deeds</p> April 20, 2016 Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services on Campus <p>Donna Shalala, president of the Clinton Foundation, will discuss the future of health care in America during a talk at the Law School</p> April 14, 2016 Suffolk Grad's TED Talk Goes Viral <p>Prosecutor Adam Foss JD '08 focuses on how to build a better justice system</p> March 31, 2016 Dynasty Rolls On <p>Students win AAJ trial competition regional championships </p> March 23, 2016 "Why We Need National Water Affordability Legislation" <p>Law professor’s article proposes means to ensure a basic human right</p> March 21, 2016 "The court has been absent" <p>ACLU President Susan N. Herman questions Patriot Act at Law Review event</p> March 8, 2016 Wash. Post Features IP Clinic Win Over Monster <p>Post business section covers Clinic victory at Trademark Trial and Appeal Board</p> March 7, 2016 ABA Honors Accelerator Program <p>Suffolk Law's Accelerator to Practice Program wins top honor for innovations in provision of legal services to average-income people</p> January 13, 2016 Leading the New Wave <p>Innovations in the way legal services are provided change lives. Two of our legal tech programs are leading the way.</p> January 6, 2016