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Boston Globe
Speakers list for ‘Boston Free Speech’ rally include right-wing extremisteveryday poor black and white Americans.” Racioppi, the fourth speaker who is
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
everyday poor black and white Americans.” Racioppi, the fourth speaker who is also running for Congress, is enrolled at Suffolk University and served as a Cavalry Scout in the US Army for three years, according to his campaign website. “Speech... Read more
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The Hill
Trump's fraud commission should support automatic voter registrationmore fair, efficient, and democratic for all. Kenneth Cosgrove, PhD, serves as
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
more fair, efficient, and democratic for all. Kenneth Cosgrove, PhD, serves as associate professor of Government at Suffolk University in Boston, MA. Nathan R. Shrader, PhD, serves as assistant professor of Political Science and director of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Missing editor of Suffolk law school student newspaper found deadA third-year student at Suffolk University Law School has been found dead, six
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
A third-year student at Suffolk University Law School has been found dead, six days after he was reported missing to Boston police, officials said Tuesday. The death of Nicholas Williams, 25, is not considered suspicious and was attributed to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Police searching for missing Suffolk Law School studentA law student at Suffolk University is missing, the university’s police departm
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
A law student at Suffolk University is missing, the university’s police department said Monday. Nicholas Williams, 25, was last seen on Wednesday. He is 5’6” tall and weighs 130 pounds, police said. “The university is aware that one of our law... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
James Damore’s Legal Case Against Google Isn’t So Clearis his protection of free speech. This is a claim that will likely be even hard
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
is his protection of free speech. This is a claim that will likely be even harder to prove. Law professor David Yamada of Suffolk University in the U.K. puts it plainly: “Private sector employees do not have general free speech rights.” He adds... Read more
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Boston Globe
Jackson seizes on extortion trialcase has hovered over City Hall, as the mayor seeks reelection, though the publ
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
case has hovered over City Hall, as the mayor seeks reelection, though the public has not expressed deep concern. A Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll in June found that just 45 percent of the 500 respondents were aware of two of Walsh’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
Appeal in Michelle Carter case may take years to resolve, experts saydragging their feet, but these things take time, and it’s important — everyone
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
dragging their feet, but these things take time, and it’s important — everyone wants to make sure they get it right,” said Suffolk University law professor Rosanna Cavallaro. Carter, 20, was sentenced Thursday in Bristol Juvenile Court to 2½-years... Read more
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Daily Mail
Secrets of judge whose mercy in parking ticket court has gone virala great time the night before. I never had that college experience and I yearne
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
a great time the night before. I never had that college experience and I yearned for it.' Caprio went on to study law at Suffolk University Law School in Boston – a 100-mile round trip from Providence. At the same time, he became a civics teacher... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Voters need to push Congress toward universal health careof Americans, can’t get themselves to go beyond that narrow view, so we were st
The Seattle Times / Posted 20 days ago
of Americans, can’t get themselves to go beyond that narrow view, so we were stuck. But one poll last month (USA TODAY/Suffolk University) found that 53 percent of Americans say Congress should either leave Obamacare alone or work to fix the... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Time for compromise on health careeager to see it dismantled — nor have they been fond of its replacements. Accor
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
eager to see it dismantled — nor have they been fond of its replacements. According to a survey conducted by USA TODAY and Suffolk University last month, only 12 percent of Americans supported the Better Care Reconciliation Act. A poll released by... Read more
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Daily Star
Leukaemia survivor lands dream job at hospital that saved her lifeshe received Millie, of Great Blakenham, Suffolk, has now handed in her final
Daily Star / Posted 25 days ago
she received Millie, of Great Blakenham, Suffolk, has now handed in her final dissertation for a child nursing degree at Suffolk University as she prepares to embark on her new career. She said there were some “bizarre” moments throughout her... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Finding justice elusive, TransPerfect founder pays for some of his ownto help him make his case. Some 240 law students submitted briefs, and on Thur
Crain's New York Business / Posted 27 days ago
to help him make his case. Some 240 law students submitted briefs, and on Thursday finalists from Yale University, Suffolk University and the University of Florida made their cases in 20-minute presentations to the mock-court judges. Their... Read more
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Boston Globe
Walsh highlights housing, jobs and veterans’ homelessness in campaign kickoffinequality and crime, and pledged to invest in schools. Walsh has a 31-point le
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
inequality and crime, and pledged to invest in schools. Walsh has a 31-point lead over Jackson, according to a recent Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll. Two other candidates — Joseph Wiley and Robert Cappucci — collected enough signatures... Read more
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Boston Globe
Walsh highlights housing, jobs and veterans’ homelessness in campaign kickoffinequality and crime, and pledged to invest in schools. Walsh has a 31-point le
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
inequality and crime, and pledged to invest in schools. Walsh has a 31-point lead over Jackson, according to a recent Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll. Two other candidates — Joseph Wiley and Robert Cappucci — collected enough signatures... Read more
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