Northeastern Law Magazine

Read Our Stories, Tell Us Yours

Northeastern Law magazine reflects the excellence, intellectual curiosity, accomplishments and quirks of the Northeastern University School of Law community.

Through outstanding writing and dynamic design, the magazine shares the achievements of our faculty, students and graduates while also looking beyond the grey bricks of Huntington Avenue into the weighty legal, professional and ethical issues that lawyers care about. While focused on the law, we also consider related topics, such as work and family, feats of heroism, fiction and, sometimes, we just like to have fun.

Northeastern Law is published semiannually by Northeastern University School of Law. All publication rights reserved. Opinions expressed are those of the authors or their subjects and do not necessarily reflect the views of Northeastern University School of Law or Northeastern University. Northeastern Law Magazine welcomes comments.

Deborah Feldman

Associate Editor
Maura King Scully

Class Notes Editor
Siobhan Fanning

Contributing Writers
Elaine McArdle
Jeri Zeder

Art Director
Laura McFadden

Contact Us

Write to us! Northeastern Law welcomes letters to the editors. Send your comments, criticisms or kudos to:

Deborah Feldman
Director of Communications
Northeastern University School of Law
416 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115

Send Address Changes

Office of Development and Alumni/ae Relations
Northeastern University School of Law
416 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Class Notes

We want to hear from you!
Please submit your class note to
Your submission, perhaps with some edits, will appear in a future issue.

Read Now!  Winter 2021 | Vol. 20, No. 1


Future Focused
The law school’s New Markets program helps students explore  co-ops and careers in new, emerging and growth areas.

By Elaine McArdle

Creativity On Demand
Chris Fletcher ’11, Fatima Jafri ’13 and Nereyda Garcia ’88 have each found a niche in New Markets spaces.
By Jeri Zeder

Full Speed Ahead
Students interested in New Markets jobs have vastly different networks, but their career possibilities are endless because they are — like the practice of law — ever evolving
By Rebecca Beyer


On the House | Karen Kithan Yau ’96
Changing the World

Adjourn | Deborah Ramirez
Bending Towards Justice


Dean's Message
News Briefs
Co-op Matters | Maura King Scully
Boston — Bavani Sridhar ’22, Cambridge — Maya Brown ’22, Somerville — Jake Moldowsky ’21
Faculty News
Class Notes
Class Actions  

Back Issues

Browse previous issues of Northeastern Law magazine!