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LSC Student Receives 2014 Law Student Ethics Award

Legal Services Center student Shaina Wamsley J.D. ’14, Harvard Law School, received the 2014 Law Student Ethics Award from the Northeast Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel.

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Student in Housing Law Clinic Helps Elderly Couple Fight Eviction

Harvard Law School student K-Sue Park, J.D. ’15, describes her experience defending an elderly couple as part of her clinical work in the Post Foreclosure Eviction Defense Housing Clinic.  Read about her experience here.

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Re-Writing the Rules on Loans and Debit Cards

Toby Merrill, director of the Project on Predatory Student Lending, was selected as a negotiator by the Education Department as described in the Inside Higher Ed February 10, 2014 article “U.S. Selects Rules Panel for …

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Devanthéry Receives Award From Mass Lawyers Weekly

Julia Devanthéry, staff attorney for the Mattapan Initiative, was named one of the exceptional “Up & Coming” Lawyers in Massachusetts by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Julia received the award on May 1, 2014 at the “Excellence …

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Precedent-setting Decision in Favor of a Veteran

The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims made a precedent-setting decision in favor of a veteran in a case argued by the Veterans Legal Clinic. More information about the case is available here.  Staff …

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WGBH: For-Profit Colleges’ Methods Under Fire


Massachusetts is joining a growing number of states that want to better regulate for-profit colleges like DeVry, the University of Phoenix, and the Brookline-based Art Institute of New England to prevent aggressive recruiting of people …

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Commonwealth Magazine: A check on bad student loan debt

Last year, federal education officials did something they almost never do: They wrote off more than $3 million in student loan debt belonging to nearly 500 students. Short of dying or paying them off, students …

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Nnena Odim Award

Nnena Odim, clinical instructor in the Family and Children’s Law Practice Unit, was named a 2013 Top Women of Law honoree by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

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Summer Interns Program

LSC is accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Interns Program. Opportunities are available in several of LSC’s Clinics. The program will run from May 27-August 1, 2014 and is a full-time (35 hours per week) …

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