End-of-Year Banquet

A wonderful celebration of a wonderful year! Thank you to all of you who came out to events, interacted with us on social media, and joined us for book clubs, socials, donuts & coffee, and more! We are thankful for each of you, our Suffolk Law Federalist Society members, alumni, and friends.

A Discussion on School Choice

We enjoyed hosting Professor Richard Duncan of Nebraska College of Law, and Suffolk’s own Professor Maurice Dyson, for a discussion on the necessity of school choice for religious liberty and freedom of thought. This was a sought-after event, voted on by our membership, and looked forward to by many!!!

Affirmative Action Panel

Our Suffolk Law Federalist Society enjoyed partnering with the Suffolk Law School Black Law Students Association (BLSA), to host an Affirmative Action panel. While Attorney Kirsanow was unable to join us, we were pleased to welcome Professor Feingold to campus.

Crimmigration Panel

Our Suffolk Law FedSoc chapter enjoyed co-hosting this event with the Suffolk Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA), the Suffolk Criminal Law Association (CLA), and the Suffolk International Law Students Association.

Alumni, Socials, and Donuts

Our chapter had a wonderful time through social and networking events this past semester. We enjoyed welcoming back our alumni and appreciated their wisdom at our Alumni Panel and Mixer. We also hosted a morning Coffee and Donuts event for students, which included both gluten-free and dairy-free options. These events were enjoyed by our Fed Soc members, and friends. We look forward to hosting more similar events in the semester ahead!

Book Club!

Fall semester brought with it our chapter’s first Book Club — hosted by our President Emeritus, Brendan Kelly. Together, the club is reading through the Federalist Papers.

Each of the meetings brought with it a chance to enjoy good food and fellowship, and sometimes also awesome views (see below)!

Be on the lookout for more Book Club meetings in the coming months!

Scotus Roundup

Our chapter hosted a dialogue between national thought leader on Constitutional Law, Josh Blackman, and Suffolk’s own Rene Reyes. We had a phenomenal turnout and an attentive audience.

We were also able to offer CLE credit to attendees for this event — and attendees enjoyed good food and dialogue together before the conversations kicked off.

A very successful event!