On this episode of Discovering the Law, we learn about the path to academia from Christina Rice, Assistant Dean of Boston University Law School International Academic Programs. As a former tax attorney, Christina Rice has a unique breath of formidable experience to share with all of us.
Judge Griffin describes what the Juvenile Court is and how it operates. Watch this video to learn about the services this specialty court provides to people in need
In this episode, we discuss the activities of the Massachusetts Bar Association, and all the services it provides to the community through the non-lawyer, and lawyer constituency.
On this episode we will learn about the tools judges use to keep up with the new laws, and about the importance of continuing legal education classes for the judiciary as a means to administer and delivering justice.
On this episode, we learned about the incredibly important work of the premier legal charity the Massachusetts Bar Foundation, at the helm, its new President Angela C. McConney, Esq. Watch this episode to learn more
Judge Henry demystifies the appellate process in Massachusetts and discusses important appellate court procedures.
Consul General of Mexico in Boston, Mr. Alberto Fierro Garza, joins Discovering the Law to talk to us about Mexico and USA commo history, and his thoughts about the North American Trade Block USA-Canada-Mexico and touches upon the significance of Mexican festivities such as 5 de May and the Day of the Dead.
Honorable Elspeth B. Cypher is an associate justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and the former justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
In this episode Justice Cypher discusses her path to the judiciary and her views about landmark Massachusetts Supreme Court cases of the year.
This episode features the intrepid civil rights attorney and former law professor Michael Avery. Professor Avery, author of the Evidence and Police Misconduct Treatises, discusses his prominent civil right’s cases and in particular the civil right’s case that inspired his new book: The Cooperating Witness published in 2022.
Are environmental laws keeping up with changes in society, and what are some of the “hot” topics in the field?
In this interview, we discussed Data Privacy and Privacy Laws. On this segment we will learn what do US privacy laws encompass and how protected is your personal data under the in the US, as well as, why do European privacy laws afford more protection.
Professor Handly discusses important recent decisions undertaken by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Maureen Boyle captures the gruesome murders of 11 women in New Bedford, the story of a serial killer on the lamb still at large in her book “Shallow Graves”
Maureen Boyle also discusses her new book about murder and secrets “Ghost.”
District Attorney Rachel Rollins outlines her office’s policy in connection with the prosecution of misdemeanors and felonies.
This episode features the fabulous Rachel Rollins in her role as Massachusetts Suffolk County District Attorney before accepting her presidential appointment as United States District Attorney of Massachusetts. Rachel Rollins shared with us her agenda for Suffolk County in 2021.