Director of Massachusetts Veterans Court Program and UMass Law Alumnus Edward Callahan to speak at law school September 21

Attorney Edward Callahan ’13 returns to UMass Law to speak with students on experience as inaugural director of veterans court program

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Attorney Edward Callahan ’13 returns to UMass Law to speak with students on experience as inaugural director of veterans court program

UMass Law Alumnus Edward Callahan '13, who was recently appointed as the inaugural Director of the Massachusetts Veterans Court Program, will return to the law school to speak with students Monday,September 21, at 5:30 p.m., in Room 232 at UMass Law.

The Veterans Treatment Court Program offers alternative treatment for veterans with disorders related to their military service. Attorney Callahan will discuss his experiences as an Assistant District Attorney in Norfolk County and as the inaugural Director of the Massachusetts Veterans Courts.

UMass Law, the only public law school in Massachusetts, was established in 2010 to provide a high quality, affordable legal education focused on creating justice-centered lawyers. UMass Law is especially committed to increasing the diversity of those who practice law in the Commonwealth and encouraging students to become professionally engaged in their community through clinics and internships while they study.


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