NUSL in the News Round-up

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

Professor Roger Abrams blogs about lessons learned from the Donald Sterling debacle on HuffPost Sports

Adam Cernea Clark ’14 discusses indigenous land rights of Afro-descendant minorities in Costa Rica in a blog on the Huffington Post

Professor Kara Swanson on “The Surprisingly Engrossing History of Patent Examiners” for Slate.

Alan Guichard ’14 JD/MBA blogs about the sharing economy and his new business venture for the Accelerators Blog on the Wall Street Journal

Professor Kara Swanson was quoted in the Atlantic article, “The Surprising Birthplace of the First Sperm Bank”

A group of NUSL students in coordination with the Domestic Violence Clinic were instrumental in crafting and passing a domestic violence resolution in the city of Boston

Professor Daniel Medwed was quoted in a blog post on the Wall Street Journal LawBlog, “Lawyers for Accused Marathon Bomber Want Death Penalty Ruled Out”

Mary Bonauto ’87 was featured on NPR, “Lawyer Reflects On Nation’s First Gay Marriages: ‘The Cage Had Been Lifted'”

Alumnae Ellen Wade and Maureen Brodoff in the Boston Globe, “Celebrating 10 years of gay marriage in Mass.”

Professor Roger Abrams blogs about St. Louis Rams’ drafting of Michael Sam in contrast to the Donald Sterling debacle on HuffPost Sports

NUSL hosts annual Women in Law Conference featuring New Hamp­shire Gov. Maggie Hassan ’85

Dean Jeremy Paul co-authors a post with Paul Lippe in the New Normal column of the ABA Journal, “‘Brain surgeon’ lawyering in crises isn’t enough”

New Hamp­shire Gov. Maggie Hassan, L’85,
New Hamp­shire Gov. Maggie Hassan, L’85,

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