Our adjunct faculty practicing business law work in several contexts, including representing companies and their interests (in-house and as outside counsel), engaging in policy-related work, and working for government agencies that oversee and regulate aspects of business law.
M&A, Private Financing and Corporate Associate, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Thomas H. Day
Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P.
David H. London
Trial Counsel, Division of Enforcement, Office of Distributions, SEC
Criminal law attorneys teaching at New England Law have held state/federal prosecutor, public defender, and private defense attorney positions.
Learn from lawyers well-versed in helping employees and/or employers reach resolution regarding issues such as workers’ compensation, termination of employment, sexual harassment, discrimination and more.
Gain insight into what practicing environmental law is like in the public sector or a government agency.
Our adjuncts practicing family law handle matters ranging from divorce, representing children in custody matters, adoption or reproductive law, elder law, paternity and child support issues, and more.
Staff Attorney at the De Novo Center for Justice & Healing
Immigration lawyers teaching at New England Law bring to the table decades of experience representing clients attempting to obtain visas, avoid deportation, or gain lawful permanent residence, amongst other pursuits.
Intellectual Property Law
Our adjunct's specialize in patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, as well as more niche areas such as computer and entertainment law.
Learn from some of the most esteemed and well-respected current and former justices in New England.
Public Interest Law
New England Law's community is rich in public interest law experience, with adjuncts joining us who work or have worked as public defenders, provided legal services to those who cannot afford them, served as in-house legal counsel at nonprofits, and in other roles that help fight for important causes and on behalf of marginalized clients.
Associate Attorney, Pierce Davis & Perritano LLP
Eric K. Bradford
Trial Attorney, United States Trustee, U.S. Department of Justice
Beth Pirro Cook*
Assistant Clerk-Magistrate, District Court of the Trial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Bernardo G. Cuadra
Assistant Attorney General, Non-Profit Organizations/Public Charities Division at the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General
Deputy Chief Staff Attorney, Massachusetts Appeals Court
Assistant District Attorney, Appeals Unit, Suffolk District Attorney's Office
Legal Counsel, Joint Committee on Housing (State House)
Chief, Bureau of Municipal Finance Law, Division of Local Services, Massachusetts Department of Revenue
Real Estate Law
Learn what it takes to be a real estate attorney from our in-house experts on all things property— from purchases, leases, inspections and appraisals, to handling disputes between parties, our adjuncts can give you the background you need on real estate law practice.
From matters of public health, to estate planning, women and children's rights, and more, our adjuncts leverage their unique backgrounds to enhance the legal education that they deliver to their students.
Senior Vice President of General Counsel, Locust Walk
General Counsel, Ametros Financial Corporation
Director, U.S. Public Policy & Public Affairs, Greenwich Biosciences
Director, Commercial Insurance Appeals Program, Health Law Advocates, Inc.
Associate Director of Professional Development, Boston University School of Law
Senior Legal Editor (Massachusetts), Practical Law's Litigation Service
Wendy J. Murphy*
Adjunct Professor of Sexual Violence and Law Reform; Co-Director, Women's and Children's Advocacy Project