Judge Borenstein’s recent trip to Cuba gets a lot of media coverage

February 6, 2015 at 4:02 pm Leave a comment

Check out all the news coverage Judge Borenstein has received about his recent trip to Cuba for a mediation and negotiation course at the University of Havana with 24 Suffolk Students.

To read the Lawyers Weekly article, Diplomatic thaw underscores Suffolk Law’s Cuba-based negotiation course, click here.

To listen to Judge Borenstein and 3L student, Jacob Mathews discuss the trip and Cuba policy on the Bradley Jay Show on WBZ Radio, go here.

To listen to Judge Borenstein discuss the trip on WBUR, click here.

Topics: Faculty in the News.

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