law Tag

Thousands of crimes and torts are perpetrated every day in the world, and lo and behold, someone somewhere will be assaulted, butchered, robbed, abducted, fondled (erotically) without the consent and something will be sabotaged until you read this article to its the end. Moreover, some individuals commit crimes and torts due to unemployment, privation, poverty, and cut-throat and swear vengeance. A professor of Northeastern University coined the...

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What’s the first thing that comes to our mind when we hear the word ‘millionaire’? The first thought directs us towards a well established and successful businessman. We all aim to start a business whose turnout would fail the counting. However, the only thing that dreads us while starting any business is the fund and guidance for its operation. In order to eliminate this hesitance...

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law

Tara I. Allen, Candace Cain, and Linda (Jarrett) Cohn – graduated in Law in ’98, ’83, and ’97 respectively – beloved once-students of Northeastern University, have now established their own law trifecta in the Western District of Pennsylvania, at the Federal Public Defender’s Office. All of them were unknowingly attracted to Pittsburgh, the Steel City. While Cohn and Cain do belong to this area, Allen...

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law

The depiction of law in films has changed over the years. Jessica Silbey, Law professor at Northeastern University discusses the history of law in American films. She says that the nature of depiction has changed from the mid-1930s to the late 1930s where law in films was a religious space that then transferred itself into the other side of corruption in the World War II...

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professor

Alfred Brownell is an honorary and distinguished Scholar in Residence at the Northeastern University, studying law. He was first forcefully driven out of Liberia when he was fighting to protect the forestland. The issue was the Liberian government and palm oil companies planning on deforesting the lands for their establishment, which led to Brownell working hard to protect critical land rights globally. “They made a...

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Gang

‘Gangland Boston’, a book as a ”travel guide to the Geography of Boston’s underworld gang” is written by Emily Sweeney who graduated from the Northeastern University. She is an award winning Boston Globe Reporter. She naturally comes to the main subject where she talks about James ‘Whitey’ Bulger who reigned as the king of crime. The name is famous as after a 16-year manhunt, a...

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success

President elect of the American Bar Association Judy Perry Martinez, urged the hundreds of Northeastern University School of Law graduates to think about their legacy even before their careers had begun. They way the graduates define the term success in their life will be what takes their careers forward. One of the important things, according to him, to keep in mind is to always have...

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In a ground-breaking step taken to uplift women's rights by King Salman in 2017, women were finally given the opportunity to gain a driver’s license and to be able to drive in Saudi Arabia in June, 2018. After generations of struggles, protests, and revolutions, this was the first major step taken towards women’s rights, independence and gender equality in the country.    In a country where women...

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book

Rashmi Dyal-Chand, a law professor at Northeastern University, recently published her book called the Collaborative Capitalism in American Cities: Reforming Urban Market Regulations where she offers a way forward for struggling businesses in America’s inner cities. Her book focuses on three collaborative business networks: Cooperative Home Care Associates and its sister organizations in the Bronx, New York, which includes the largest worker-owned cooperative in the...

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