Director of Library and Information Services/Professor of Law
Daniel C.B. Harayda, Esq.
B.S., M.S., Southern Connecticut State University
J.D., Massachusetts School of Law
Professor Harayda obtained his Bachelors and Masters of Science degree (where he was a graduate summa cum laude) from Southern Connecticut State University. He is also a 2006 graduate of the Massachusetts School of Law. In 2009, he earned a masters in Library and Information Science from Simmons College, where he was a National Honor Society member (Beta Phi Mu).
Previously, Professor Harayda was the Director of Information Technology at the Massachusetts School of Law. He is now currently teaching Case Prep and Factual Investigation. He also coaches the Massachusetts School of Law Black Law Student Association (BLSA) and the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Trial Advocacy Teams.
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