Join NUSL's LinkedIn Group!
The LinkedIn network for Northeastern University School of Law alumni/ae now has more than 2,200 members. Are you one of them? If not, be sure to join us on LinkedIn. Accelerate your career when you join this professionally focused networking community.
Through our group, you can:
- Leverage the power of the NUSL Alumni Network to connect with NUSL alumni/ae and their non-NUSL contacts.
- Search LinkedIn's jobs database, then connect with alumni/ae group members at that company.
- Expand your professional or personal network and find business referrals!
Still Time to Register for NUSL's First Environmental Law Conference!
Friday, March 21, 2014
This conference will explore the important roles that lawyers play in questioning old arrangements and fashioning ecologically sound designs to support resilient, healthy, and equitable communities in the face of environmental threats and uncertainties.
Keynote Speaker: Carol Browner, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (Clinton Administration, 1993-2001) and former director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy (Obama Administration, 2009-11).
There is no fee to attend this event but registration is required.
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Sports Law and Fenway Park Open to Grads and Friends
As part of the NUSL Summer program, which invites students from ABA-accredited law schools to take summer courses at Northeastern, the School of Law will allow graduates and friends to participate in Sports Law and Fenway Park, an extraordinary program that will include a twice-weekly Sports Law class taught by Richardson Professor of Law Roger Abrams.The course will explore the legal, economic and social aspects of national and international professional and amateur sports by focusing on judicial, administrative, legislative and arbitration decisions that have created a cohesive body of principles for the resolution of disputes.
Contact Mielle Marquis, email@example.com, to register for the course. Space is limited. If you have any questions about the course, contact Professor Roger Abrams at firstname.lastname@example.org.