NUSL in the News Round-Up

Over the past month a number of our students and faculty have been featured in a variety of publications. Read on to see what the NUSL community has been up to lately!

Emily Rochon ’13 is Boston Community Capital’s first public-interest law fellow — Boston Community Capital launches a $100K public-interest law fellowship

Professor Brook Baker is quoted in a Tempo.co article about the anticipated affects of the Transpacific Partnership Agreement on Indonesia — Take it or Leave it 

news@Northeastern asks Professor Rachel Rosenbloom three questions about immigration enforcement — 3Qs: Who is American?

Professor Daniel Medwed in the New York Times Parole Is Granted in a 1995 Killing Investigated by a Brooklyn Detective

Dean Jeremy Paul shares his opinion on legal education in preLaw MagazineYou Could Look it Up: What Does Legal Education Really Teach?

The Civil Rights & Restorative Justice Project, founded by Professor Margaret Burnham, continues to do important research on Civil Rights-era (and earlier) cases, like the one recently reported on in the Baton Rouge Advocate1933 La. lynching receiving new scrutiny

Professor Dan Austin shares his ideas about solving the student loan debt crisis in the Huffington Post — Not So Fast, Senator! How to Really Solve The Student-Loan Debt Crisis

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