#Suffolk Law School

The Eagle-Tribune

5 candidates compete in preliminary election for Lawrence mayor

LAWRENCE — City voters on Tuesday will trim the mayor’s race down from five to two final candidates for the November election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Lawrence’s roughly 40,000 registered voters. Turnout is expected to be between 20 and 25%, according to election officials.

Robert Soule, a leader in real estate law, passed away at 63

Dedham, MA Robert Soule, 63, of Westwood, passed away on August 31st, surrounded by his family. He was an alumnus of Dexter School, Milton Academy (1975), Harvard College (1979), and Suffolk Law School (1983). He began his legal career at First American Title Insurance Co., followed by Old Republic National Title Insurance Co. He joined Commonwealth Land Title in 1993, where he served as vice president, manager, and senior underwriting counsel. A leader in real estate law, he was a longtime member of the invitation-only Abstract Club and a past president of the New England Land Title Association. Soule served on the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association’s executive, title standards, and title insurance and national affairs committees.
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Obituary: Edward A. Counihan, 74

Edward “Teddy” Counihan IV of Reading, MA died on September 1, 2021, at the Winchester, MA hospital after a brief illness. He was 74 years old. Teddy was the 2nd child and oldest son of Edward A. Counihan III and Louise Watson Counihan of Cambridge, MA. He graduated from Belmont Hill School, Syracuse University, and Suffolk Law School, and he practiced law in Boston as a public defender for many years.
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Washington Post

I was a homeless high school student. America’s laws don’t do enough to help kids like me.

Timothy Scalona is a first-year student at Suffolk Law School. In one world, I spent my nights searching the Internet for affordable hotels, emergency shelters and job listings. Between high school history essays and geometry homework — sometimes completed on the floor of a hotel bathroom — I coped with the loss of my childhood home and the alienation of the Massachusetts shelter system.

Jon Spillane

"I’ve wanted to be a City Councilor since I was probably 5 years old." Jon Spillane, 30, is running for an at-large City Council seat and most recently worked as the director of Budget and Constituent Services for District 8 Councilor Kenzie Bok. Spillane grew up in Hyde Park, two streets away from Mayor Tom Menino. He continues to reside there now.
East Bay

William T. “Bill” Harrington, 54, Portsmouth

William Thomas “Bill” Harrington, 54, of Hingham, died suddenly of a heart attack while playing softball on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021, at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. He maintained law offices in Boston and Hingham, where he specialized in litigation as a self-employed attorney. Born in Boston on July 10,...

Edward T. Muldoon Obituary

Edward “Ed” Thomas Muldoon, Esq. Edward “Ed” Thomas Muldoon, Esq., of Hingham, left his loved ones on July 5, 2021, surrounded in prayer by his family and friends. Husband of 50 years to his beloved, the late Carol Ann (Tarzia) Muldoon, Father of Thomas E., Esq., and his wife, Christine (Cossari), of Ridgefield, CT, Michael J. Muldoon and his wife, Amy (Kippenhan), of Braintree, and Amy A. Muldoon-Metcalfe and her husband, Christopher, of Hingham. “Papa” to Madelyn, Zachary, Braelyn, Ryan, Patrick, and Molly.