Oct 14, 2019
Back in the early 1990s when I was at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, I worked with some great volunteers who were very generous with their time. These were leaders of the bar who were committed to training the next generation of lawyers.
While there were many lawyers who were ready willing and able to share...
Oct 10, 2019
Law is a conservative business. Prior to the emergence of the internet, lawyers primarily worked for traditional law firms or in-house. There really weren’t any other models for the delivery of legal services. You either showed up every day at your firm job or at your corporate job.
Starting in the late 1990s, new...
Sep 25, 2019
Health law is a dynamic field that continues to offer law students and attorneys a growing number of traditional and nontraditional practice opportunities. In this episode, I am pleased to welcome Jennifer Huer, Managing Director of the Center for Health Policy and Law at Northeastern University School of Law....
Sep 11, 2019
In this episode, I welcome
former U.S. Senator William “Mo”
Cowan. Mo currently serves as President, Global
Government Affairs and Policy for General Electric. Mo talks
about his journey from the practice of law to public service and
into government affairs.
Law School as a Path to Public Service and...
Sep 8, 2019
For law students who want to do good in the world, there are three conventional paths. Some law students pursue jobs in the public interest and work for non-profit organizations. Others find jobs in government agencies where there are many opportunities to serve the public good (in local, state or federal government)....