Since its launch last fall, the Suffolk University Law School Pro Bono Program has offered law students the chance to give back to underserved communities while gaining invaluable hands-on professional training.
By Jeri Zeder.
Onyen Yong JD ’93 never imagined his Suffolk Law degree would lead him to war-torn countries like Rwanda and Bosnia. But the case management systems expert has been more than up to the challenge.
By Jeannie Greeley.
Dean Alfred Aman outlines the law school’s multitiered response to the current economic crisis.
By Professor Frank Rudy Cooper.