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Suffolk Law CLE Newsletter
September, 2010 

This Fall ALS brings you education on critical recent developments and cutting edge issues like Copyright for Fashion Design, Healthcare Reform, Changes at the NLRB, Prompt Pay Law, the SJC decision, Ansin, on Postnuptial Agreements and applying the National Academy of Science's Report on Forensic Evidence to practice. Also on tap are programs designed for new practitioners like Criminal Litigation 101 and Jumpstarting Your Practice, as well as our annual conferences on Intellectual Property, Elder Law, Guardianship and Veteran's Benefits. ALS is teaming up again with the American Board of Trial Advocates to offer Masters in Trial, a trial demonstration from opening statements to jury deliberations featuring nationally recognized trial lawyers. Come to Suffolk for the education you want and need. We hope to see you soon.



ALS is launching a new initiative in conjunction with the IP Law Concentration that provides you with the opportunity to earn a Certificate in IP Law. Intellectual Property impacts all areas of practice and continues to grow in importance both in law and business. Take advantage of this chance to burnish your credentials and enhance your knowledge. Taught by distinguished professors, members of the adjunct faculty and expert practitioners, each module will be packed with useful information. The first session on IP Survey was held on September 16, however another presentation has been scheduled for December 6.  For more information call 617.573.8627 or visit .

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ALS Is thrilled to welcome the new law school Dean, Camille A. Nelson. Dean Nelson is the first woman and the first person of color to hold this position in Suffolk Law School's 104 year history.

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By Richard Buckingham
Suffolk University Law School

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