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Cheers to tenured professor

Friends toast Jeannie Suk (center) at Rialto. Pictured (from left): Linda Chin, Jody Adams, Dr. Mary Lee, and Paul Lee. Friends toast Jeannie Suk (center) at Rialto. Pictured (from left): Linda Chin, Jody Adams, Dr. Mary Lee, and Paul Lee. (Bill Brett for The Boston Globe)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / November 3, 2010

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Professor Jeannie Suk has become the first Asian-American woman to get tenure at Harvard Law School. Suk, who has focused on the legal rights of fashion designers, celebrated her new status by toasting with friends — including Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence president Linda Chin , chef Jody Adams , Tufts associate provost Dr. Mary Lee , and Mary’s ... (Full article: 69 words)

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