Students Provide Low Income Residents Digital Pro Bono

Students Provide Low Income Residents Digital Pro Bono

Students at Suffolk Law hear a lot about their obligation to provide pro bono services after they graduate, and not just because it’s part of the lawyer’s oath: the American Bar Association estimates that at least 40 percent of low- and moderate-income households face...
Legalware Innovation Competition

Legalware Innovation Competition

Creative student minds at Suffolk University Law School volunteered to compete with scholars at four other law schools last week, brainstorming new ways to innovate a popular piece of legal software for a chance at glory and cold, hard cash. The Product Design...
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