E. Macey Russell: Commercial litigator
Russell was the only African American male in his Suffolk Law class of 500 and one of the few blacks entering corporate law in Boston in the early 1980s. Now, he's a partner at Choate, Hall & Stewart in Boston and focused on giving back.
Setti Warren: Mayor of Newton
“Suffolk is the perfect place for career-minded people like myself. The professors and students bring such a real-world element into the classroom. And the conversation and learning that go on inside and outside the classroom are so incredibly valuable."
Stacey E. Roberts: Finance lawyer
“The network I started building at Suffolk and that I have continued to grow has been instrumental in my career. I would not be where I am today without it.”—Stacey Roberts JD’11, associate Nixon Peabody in Boston
Javier I. Kinney: I am Tribal Law
After graduating in 2004, Kinney returned to his home and now is Director of the Office of Self-Governance for the Yurek Tribe, the largest Indian tribe in California.
Kristen Kuliga: Sports agent
Kristen is one of just 30 women (among 700 men) certified to represent NFL players. She currently represents more than 10 active players and remains an adjunct professor here.
Calliope Sudborough: International Lawyer
Callie was a 2L in Professor Gibson's International Transactions class when she made a connection that led to her current job at the ICC in Paris.
Andrea Cabral: I am a Public Servant
This 1986 graduate started in Suffolk's Prosecutors Clinic and now is Secretary of Public Safety for Massachusetts.