Director of Academic Enrichment
BA, Tufts University
JD, New York University School of Law
Lisa Freudenheim is an Associate Professor and Director of the Academic Enrichment Program. She supports student success through programming and individual meetings with students at all class levels, from Orientation through bar passage. She has devoted her career in legal education to teaching and counseling students, with a focus on developing the fundamental skills to promote success and wellbeing in law school and in the legal profession. Previously, she served as a Professor and Director of Academic Excellence, and most recently as Dean and Associate Dean at New England Law | Boston. Professor Freudenheim is a former member of the Academic Support Program faculty at Suffolk University Law School and was a Visiting Professor at Boston College Law School and a Teaching Fellow at Brandeis University. She focuses her teaching on courses in academic support throughout the curriculum, as well as legal writing, legal practice skills, client counseling, and bar preparation. She has also taught courses in Contracts, Employment Law and Evidence. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University and a Juris Doctor from New York University Law School. After graduation, she practiced as an employment law attorney in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. For the past twenty years, she has served as a consultant and advisor to major law firms and corporations nationwide in designing and presenting professional development training focusing in legal writing and analysis.