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Professor Harris Freeman's Recent Achievements

Professor Freeman wrote a book review to the Labor Studies Journal on Julius Getman's The Supreme Court on Unions: Why Labor Law Is Failing American Workers, in volume 42 of the Labor Studies Journal.

He also published a book chapter: Strategic Labour Organizing, Law and the Rise of non-Traditional Forms of Worker Organization, in Privatization and Globalization: Changing Legal Paradigm, Sairam Bhat, Ed. (Eastern Law House 2017).

This summer, he was also appointed to serve the Advisory Board of the Labor Relations and Research Center, University of Massachusetts (Amherst) where he also teaches courses in labor and employment law.

Harris is also a co-founder and co-coordinator of the newly formed Immigrant Protection Project of Western Massachusetts (IPP), an ongoing project sponsored by the ACLU of Massachusetts that provides pro bono representation in Federal Immigration Court for immigrants detained by ICE and legal, social service and advocacy referrals for immigrants in need of legal advice. The IPP has trained over fifty western Massachusetts attorneys to provide pro bono services to immigrants and works with over 25 partner organizations in western Massachusetts that provides services to immigrants. The IPP was initiated with a generous grant from the Massachusetts Bar Foundation.