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    I was able to experience what life is really like as counsel for an international corporation.” —Katie Milligan, Graduate, about her Business Law Fellowship at The Donna Karan Company

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    Choosing a law school with a part-time program enabled me to pursue my dream of becoming an attorney and provided the flexibility to build my résumé through full-time internships, clinics, and employment.” —Christopher Hughes, Graduate

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Sep 21

The Novelization of the Criminal Justice System and its Effect on Pop Culture (Rescheduled Event)

9/21/2017 04:00PM - 06:00PM, THE CHERRY ROOM, 154 STUART STREET, BOSTON, MA 02116

Symposium featuring authors Alafair Burke, Hofstra University School of Law; Peter Manus, New England Law; and Judge Michael Ponsor, MA District Court. Burke will discuss her bestselling novel The Ex.