NUSL Newsbriefs November 2013

NUSL Newsbriefs November 2013

A Weekend to Remember!

Class was back in session for many alumni/ae who attended Reunion and Alumni/ae Weekend in October. The weekend featured an impressive roster of events, including panel discussions featuring notable alumni/ae and faculty, cultural and campus tours, a "book club," and a festive dinner. Hundreds of alumni/ae had the chance to celebrate with fellow classmates and reminisce about their time at the School of Law. To those of you who joined us on campus, thank you. We are inspired by your enthusiasm and commitment to NUSL.
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Photos will be available beginning Nov. 11, 2013


Annual Labor and Employment Program

The 2013 School of Law annual Labor and Employment Program will take place on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The program's first panel, Implicit Bias, will focus on unconscious bias in the workplace. Panel 2, Public Sector Collective Bargaining Agreements and the Resulting Public Policy Questions that Arise, will focus on public sector collective bargaining agreements. A cocktail reception will follow. We hope to see you there!
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Eubanks Delivers Daynard Lecture

Sharon Eubanks, founding partner of Edwards & Eubanks, visited the law school for three days in October as a Daynard Visiting Fellow. Ms. Eubanks spent 22 years as an attorney in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where she served as lead counsel in the largest civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) enforcement action ever filed, United States v. Philip Morris. Her community lecture focused on "Representing the Underrepresented: Civil Rights in the 21st Century."
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Summer in the City

Sports Law & Fenway Park

Hit a home run next summer with a sports law course that includes a private tour of Fenway Park, meetings with top-level Red Sox executives, and an opportunity to buy tickets to Red Sox games. This for-credit class (and others) are available to students who have completed a first year at an ABA-approved law school, as well as practitioners who want to audit this extraordinary course. Find out more about NUSL Summer now!                   
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Upcoming Events

2013

PHRGE Institute
Human Rights and Violence Against Women: Applying the Due Diligence Framework
Keynote Speaker: Charlotte Bunch, Advisor to the Due Dilligence Project, and Founding Director and Senior Scholar, Centre for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University
11.07.2013 | Northeastern University School of Law, 240 Dockser Hall
Boston Regional Alumnni/ae Chapter Reception
Don't miss out on this opportunity to reunite with classmates and build your business portfolio.
11.07.2013 | Vlora Restaurant, Boston

Washington, D.C., Regional Alumni/ae Reception
Featuring Leocadia Zak '82, Director of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency
11.14.2013 | Washington, D.C.

IP/Innovation Connection
This year's IP/Innovation conference will focus on the collaborative innovation environment. Participants will hear from early adapters and thoughtful leaders about the influence and impact of technology, culture, and openness.
11.21.2013 | Northeastern University, Raytheon Amphitheater

Annual Labor and Employment Panel and Reception
12.5.2013 | Northeastern University School of Law, 250 Dockser Hall
This year's program will feature two panels:
  • Implicit Bias
  • Public Sector Collective Bargaining Agreements and the Resulting Public Policy Questions that Arise

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In the News

Richard Griffin '81 Confirmed by Senate as Counsel to National Labor Relations Board

Griffin, who was nominated by President Obama last August, will assume his post in the coming weeks.
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Maura Healey '98 Running for Massachusetts Attorney General

Former Assistant Attorney General Maura Healey '98 has announced her candidacy for Attorney General.
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Rachael Rollins '97 Named Massport's New Chief Legal Counsel 

Rachael joined the Massachusetts Port Authority's leadership in early September. In her new role, she oversees legal activity in all functional areas, including real estate, construction, litigation, employment and ethics, maritime, aviation, security, and public finance.
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Housing as a Human Right

Student Kirsten Blume, on co-op with the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, reports from Geneva on her participation in the UN's Human Rights Committee's review of U.S. compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
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You Could Look It Up

What does legal education really teach? Read Dean Jeremy Paul's answer in preLaw magazine.
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Important Save-the-Dates

NUSL Annual Labor and Employment Program
Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013                        

Connections Networking Reception
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014

The Connections Networking Reception will be hosted by Ropes and Gray LLP, 800 Boylston Street, Boston.
With thanks to our 2014 Connections Sponsors: 
Environmental Law Conference: Lawyering for the Sustainable City
Friday, March 21, 2013
Keynote Speaker: Carol Browner, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, Former Director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy and Former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Women in the Law Conference
Friday, May 16, 2013
Featuring Keynote Speaker New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan '85.

Make Your Gift

Your gift to the School of Law Annual Fund is more important than ever. It provides student support – everything from scholarships to co-op stipends – and is the easiest way to ensure that today's students have access to Northeastern's unique model of legal education. And remember, if your class just celebrated a reunion (class years ending in 3 or 8), it’s not too late to make a gift to mark this milestone! To give to the law school, contact Dan Scanlan, Director of Annual Giving, at 617.373.5126 or donate online. Thank you. 

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Questions about a Newsbriefs article?
Call 617.373.3819 or email Mielle Marquis, Senior Associate Director of Alumni/ae Relations and Development, at m.marquis@neu.edu.