Suffolk University Law School has launched a free, two-week program aimed at exposing diverse young students to the law school experience in the hopes of getting them interested in pursuing careers in the legal profession.

“We don’t want to suggest that we’re the only ones doing pipeline [programs],” Suffolk Law Dean Andrew Perlman told on Thursday. “We are adding to the mix to do our little bit to make progress in this very important area.”

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