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Scott Brown resigns as head of New England Law Boston after less than a year, says he will get back into the political arena

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Scott Brown. Nick Perry / AP


Former US Senator Scott Brown, who has led New England Law Boston since January, announced his resignation from the law school Wednesday and said he would re-engage in the political arena.

“I am writing to you today to inform you of my decision to resign my positions as President, CEO and Dean of the Faculty of New England Law | Boston, effective immediately,” the Republican said in a letter to the chair of the law school’s board.

Brown, who served as US ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa from 2017 until December of last year, said in the letter, obtained by the Globe, that “it has become clear that my vision for the future of NELB differs with that of the Board of Directors.”

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