Suffolk Univ. Law Prof. Named to LeadBoston Class of 2004


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Karen DeCilio, 617-573-8447

BOSTON – David Yamada of Boston, a professor of law at Suffolk University Law School, has been selected to participate in The Greater Boston region of the National Conference for Community and Justice LeadBoston Class of 2004. LeadBoston, a leadership development program for corporate, non-profit and public sector professionals, trains leaders to understand and manage business priorities as they relate to civic leadership and diversity issues.

Throughout the program year, the participants take part in seminars, discussions, on-site visits, and retreat sessions that cover key economic, social, and political issues facing Boston, especially those relating to diversity and inclusion.

A leading authority on the legal and policy implications of workplace bullying and abusive work environments, Yamada launched the Project on Workplace Bullying and Discrimination and serves as an affiliated scholar with the Workplace Bullying & Trauma Institute in Bellingham, Washington. He is also a member of the national board and workers’ rights committee of Americans for Democratic Action and is the founding director of the Rappaport Honors Program in Law and Public Policy at Suffolk Law School.

Yamada received his juris doctor degree from New York University School of Law.

Suffolk University Law School was founded in 1906 and has grown to be one of the largest law schools in the country. The Law School is located in the legal and business center of Boston, Massachusetts. In 1999, the newly built Sargent Hall was dedicated and is the most technologically advanced law school of its kind, exemplified by Internet access at every seat in the classrooms, library, dining room and common areas. The core curriculum provides a strong legal foundation for more than 200 upper-level elective courses as well as four specialty concentrations in the JD program and five joint-degree programs that combine law with business, public administration, international economics, finance and criminal justice.

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