Northeastern Law Magazine

Read Now! Summer 2022 | Vol. 22, No. 2


Shooting Pains
UnitedOnGuns, founded by Sarah Peck ’96 in cooperation with the law school’s Public Health Advocacy Institute, provides the nation’s first resource for city officials responding to mass shootings.
By Elaine McArdle

Rethinking Business As Usual
In the quasi-post-pandemic world, employers are experimenting with different ways of working. Does this signal a permanent change to workplace culture or merely a passing phase?
By Jeri Zeder

Active Duty
Drawn by a spirit of adventure and a commitment to public service, some law graduates find their calling in the U.S. military.
By Rebecca Beyer


On the House | Kendra Mansur ’99
On Good Authority

Adjourn | Simone Yhap ’22
Finding Inspiration in Historic First


Dean's Message
News Briefs
Co-op Matters | Maura King Scully
Boston, Massachusetts — Sophia Al-Khamis ’23, Foxborough, Massachusetts — Kenny Nelson ’22, Boston, Massachusetts — Boey Yu ’22
Faculty News
Class Notes
Class Actions

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