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Law school dean seeks opportunities, not labels, for inner-city youth
Earlier this year, the annual meeting of the Boston Coalition was held in the Sunday School of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. The coalition comprises civic, business, community, law-enforcement, and religious leaders who gather regularly to address problems of violence and substance abuse in the Boston area, and to explore ways to support young people and families more effectively.
The main speaker was David Hall, dean of Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. He is a man of wide interests with a master's degree in human relations from the University of Oklahoma and a doctorate in law from Harvard. Earlier at Kansas State University, he was named an "all-American" in basketball and later played the game professionally in Italy. He is the father of three children and devotes many hours each month to serving community-based organizations.
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