ATTORNEY, POLITICS PROF IN LINE FOR JUVENILE COURT SEAT
An attorney who represented immigrant victims of domestic violence, taught politics at UMass Lowell and defended tenants facing eviction could face a vote next week on her nomination to the Juvenile Court.
Arose Nielsen worked from January 2001 to June 2007 as staff attorney at the Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts - now Community Legal Aid - representing tenants in eviction cases and helping immigrants obtain lawful status under the Violence Against Women Act.
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