The Rappaport Forum at Suffolk University Law School presents: Debriefing the Massachusetts Election


A right-after-the-fact assessment of the 2002 vote and its meaning for politics and policy in the Commonwealth

    Thursday, November 7, 4:00 p.m.
    Suffolk University Law School
    120 Tremont Street (near Park St. T stop), Boston
    4th floor Moot Court Room
    Free and open to the public


Agnes Bain, professor of political science and chair of the Government Department, Suffolk University

Elizabeth Sherman, former director of the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at U.Mass.-Boston and NECN guest election commentator

Joan Vennochi, political columnist for The Boston Globe

Dennis Wright, director of the Urban Law and Public Policy Institute at Northeastern University School of Law

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    Professor David Yamada

The Rappaport Forum is sponsored by the Rappaport Honors Program in Law and Public Policy at Suffolk University Law School. The Rappaport Honors Program is a summer fellowship program for outstanding students from Boston-area law schools who are interested in the interplay of law, public policy, and public service. Please visit our webpage at:

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