Interview with Professor Charles Kindregan

Suffolk University Law school’s Professor Charles Kindregan talks about the current state of assisted Reproduction Law the impact of assisted reproduction on various areas of family law, the potential for conflict of interest in practicing in this field, informed consent issues, surrogacy arrangements, and contract issues.

Interview with Lucy Reyes

Attorney Reyes is the Legal Counsel of the Nation Labor Relations Board. In this interview, she describes the function of the National labor Relations Board. She also talks about the process to form a union and about employee rights regarding concerted protected activity.

Interview with Georgia Katsoulomitis

Executive Director of the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. In this interview Ms Katsoulomitis describes The Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, a statewide non-profit legal services organization whose mission is to advance economic, racial and social justice through legal action, education and advocacy.

Interview with Lisa Goodheart, President of the Boston Bar Association

Lisa Goodheart concentrates in environmental, real estate and general business litigation. Before joining SRBC, she was a partner in the Boston office of DLA Piper US LLP, and before that a partner at Hill & Barlow, P.C. She has extensive experience in cost-recovery cases, permitting appeals, land use disputes, enforcement actions, insurance coverage disputes, design and construction matters, and a broad range of business litigation matters.

Interview with Mary Elizabeth Heffernan, Secretary of Public Safety and Security

Massachusetts Secretary of Public Safety and Security, Mary Elizabeth Heffernan oversees fourteen agencies and commissions in her capacity as cabinet member. To name some: The Office of the Medical Chief Examiner, The Department of Community Corrections, The State Police, Home Land Security, etc.
Secretary Heffernan discuses the policies her office has identified and worked on, among them the “Safety Successful Youth Initiative” to prevent youth violence.