Assistant Dean & Professor of Law
Phone: 978.681.0800 X117
B.A., University of Lowell
J.D., New England School of Law
Paula Kaldis is an Assistant Dean of Students and a professor of law. She teaches Writing & Legal Advocacy, Juvenile Law, Child Welfare Practice, Family Law Advocacy & the Family Law Clinic, the Juvenile Law Clinic, Collaborative Justice, and serves as the Director of Massachusetts School of Law’s Research and Writing program. She is the adviser to the Diversity Alliance (GLBTQ).
She holds a B.A. in English and secondary education, magna cum laude, from the University of Lowell, and a J.D. from New England School of Law. She practiced law in Lowell before joining Massachusetts School of Law’s full-time faculty.
Here you will find all the information available from the professor for each of her classes listed:
Collaborative and Alternative Justice
Writing and Legal Advocacy
Juvenile Law Online
Family Law Advocacy Clinic
Juvenile Law Clinic
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