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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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