How law school and law enforcement work together
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, who are graduates of MSL, about how their law degrees have made them better chiefs, and inevitably saved municipalities money through the "two for one" deal that they offer.
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