Politics

Swearing in Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn

Swearing in Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn

On Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Bristol Community College, Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III took the oath of office for a second time. D.A. Quinn first gained the seat four years ago after then D.A. Sam Sutter left the position to run […]

2019 Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid

2019 Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid

On Thursday January 24, 2019, hundreds of lawyers and law students took part in the annual Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid. The lobbying day aims to increase in the money budgeted for legal aid for civil cases in Massachusetts. Over 70 UMass […]

Meeting Chief Justice Margaret Marshall of the MA SJC

Meeting Chief Justice Margaret Marshall of the MA SJC

I am so lucky to have spent this morning at Ropes & Gray with the Equal Justice Coalition, MLAC, GBLS, and former MA Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Margaret Marshall. I’m excited to be a co-captain of the UMass Law planning for Walk to the […]

Event honors Emerging Leaders, retired UMass Dartmouth Chancellor MacCormack

Event honors Emerging Leaders, retired UMass Dartmouth Chancellor MacCormack

Alexandria R. Murphy, 22, Law Student / Political Activist Company: UMass School of Law at Dartmouth, Law Fellow & Class of 2021 / G.I.R.L.S.: Gals In Real Life SucceedEducational degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Worcester State University, Class of 2018Career highlights: My primary career- […]

2018 South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast

2018 South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast

The 2018 annual South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast was hosted by Congressman Stephen Lynch and City Councilor Flaherty at the Iron Workers Local 7 in South Boston on March 18, 2018.  Those in attendance included Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Boston Mayor […]

A Goodbye to Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

A Goodbye to Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

So here I am, a few weeks after the announcement of the end of a reign in Washington, D.C. Some people claim that there must be term limits to ensure a legislative body of the people, for the people, and by the people, but this […]