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Suffolk Law Professor Andrew Perlman discusses King & Spalding’s withdrawal from defending the Defense of Marriage Act.

Suffolk Law Professor Andrew Perlman discusses King & Spalding’s withdrawal from defending the Defense of Marriage Act.
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Suffolk Law Professor Andrew Perlman discusses King & Spalding’s withdrawal from defending the Defense of Marriage Act.

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Suffolk Law's Pro Bono Program

8/29/2012
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Mia Friedman, Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs at Suffolk Law's Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service, reviews our Pro Bono Program. Learn more at rappaportcenter.org.

Duration: 00:08:07


Absolute Novelty Worldwide - Not Always So Absolute

7/13/2012
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In this Intellectual Property webcast, Thomas McNulty and Sandra Szela Congdon of Lando & Anastasi, LLP discuss absolute novelty worldwide. Learn more about Lando & Anastasi, LLP at http://www.lalaw.com.

Duration: 00:17:38


IP Industries: Part Two

6/19/2012
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Professor David L. Lange, Melvin Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, concludes his two-part discussion on IP Industries. Learn more about Professor Lange at http://www.law.duke.edu/fac/lange.

Sentencing Catherine Greig

6/14/2012
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Suffolk Law Professor Chris Dearborn discusses the recent sentencing of Catherine Greig. Read more about Professor Dearborn at http://bit.ly/rafZ9N.

The Government We Deserve

6/14/2012
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Alasdair Roberts, Suffolk Law's Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discusses his recent article on the Neoliberal Revolution. Read the article at: http://bit.ly/K4dhiu.

An Empirical Study of Predispute Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in Social Me

6/5/2012
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Michael Rustad, Thomas F. Lambert Jr. Professor of Law & Co-Director Intellectual Property Law Concentration at Suffolk Law, discusses his study on the use of mandatory arbitration clauses in social media. Read the article at: http://bit.ly/Kn6kKc.

IP Intensive Industries: Part One

5/22/2012
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Professor David L. Lange, Melvin Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, joins us for our latest Intellectual Property podcast. Learn more about Professor Lange at http://www.law.duke.edu/fac/lange.

Women Who Opt Out: The Debate over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance

5/15/2012
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Bernie Jones, Associate Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses her new book, "Women Who Opt Out: The Debate over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance." To learn more about Professor Jones' book, visit http://bit.ly/H6Fd2W.

Attending Law School After Serving in Marine Counterintelligence

5/9/2012
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Jeff Gangi JD '14 discusses his experiences in Marine Counterintelligence and his studies at Suffolk University Law School. He also talks about his membership in the Suffolk Armed Forces Association.

The Luis Guaman Case

5/2/2012
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Professor Epps, Co-Director of Suffolk Law's International Law Concentration, discusses the murder trial of Luis Guaman and the extradition issues involved in the case. Learn more about our International Law concentration at http://bit.ly/Jemqnl.

The "Murky Morass" - Patentable Subject Matter Around the World

4/26/2012
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In this Intellectual Property webcast, Thomas McNulty and Greg Gerstenzang of Lando & Anastasi, LLP discuss patentable subject matter around the world. Learn more about Lando & Anastasi, LLP at http://www.lalaw.com.

Duration: 00:24:11


International Law Opportunities at Suffolk University Law School

4/26/2012
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Professor Christopher Gibson, Associate Dean, & Ian Menchini, Director of Electronic Marketing and Enrollment Management discuss the many opportunities available through Suffolk Law's International Law program. Learn more at http://bit.ly/I95LF3.

IP Law Concentration

4/26/2012
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Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the Intellectual Property Law Concentration offered by Suffolk University Law School. To learn more about the program, please visit the Law School's website, http://bit.ly/JNtxXh.

A Civil Remedy

4/25/2012
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Professor Kate Nace Day of Suffolk University Law School discusses her new film, "A Civil Remedy," which premieres at the Brattle Theatre on April 26, 2012. For more information, go to http://filmandlaw.com/film.html.

A Discussion of Post Grant Review

4/5/2012
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Scott McKeown, partner and co-director of the Post Grant Practice Group at Oblon Spivak, discusses post grant review. Learn more about Mr. McKeown at http://bit.ly/GGUcmu.

SEC Sheds Light on Cyber Threat Disclosure

3/29/2012
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Edward Mikolinski JD '12 discusses his recent blog post, "SEC Sheds Light on Cyber Threat Disclosure" in the Journal of High Technology Law. Read the post at http://bit.ly/zuradT.

Education Advocacy Clinic at Suffolk University Law School

3/29/2012
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Isabel Raskin, who runs the Education Advocacy Clinic at Suffolk University Law School, discusses her goals for the clinic, as well as what students enrolled in the clinic experience. Learn more about Ms. Raskin at http://bit.ly/AAPxJa.

Supreme Court Review of the Health Care Reform Law

3/23/2012
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Professor Renee Landers and Brendan Abel JD '12 of Suffolk University Law School discuss their recent article entitled, "Supreme Court Review of the Health Care Reform Law." Read the article at http://bit.ly/AdgRI4.

Please Refrain from Using My Refrain! Musicians Again Confront Politicians

3/14/2012
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Nicole Rizzo Smith, Sunstein, Kann, Murphy & Timbers LLP, discusses the unauthorized use of songs by politicians in our latest IP podcast. Read Ms. Smith's article on this topic at http://bit.ly/zDEV4k.

SU+PLUS

3/7/2012
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Suffolk University Law School Dean Camille Nelson and Keren Zuniga McDowell, director of the Office of Academic Affairs at Suffolk University, discuss the SU+PLUS program. Learn more about SU+PLUS at http://bit.ly/yZhpOL.
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