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Judge Julian T. Houston

Wrong Judge Julian T. Houston?

Board Member

Phone: (617) ***-****  HQ Phone
Roxbury Youthworks Inc
100A Warren Street
Roxbury , Massachusetts 02119
United States

Company Description: Roxbury Youthworks, Inc. (RYI) is a community-based non-profit organization. Our mission is to help youth caught in cycles of poverty, victimization, and violence...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Associate Justice
    Superior Court
  • Associate Justice
    Middlesex Superior Court
  • Superior Court Judge

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Hotchkiss School
  • Boston University
102 Total References
Web References
RYI-Board
www.roxburyyouthworks.org, 6 Feb 2015 [cached]
Hon. Julian T. Houston ~ President
Roxbury Youthworks, Inc. ** Board of Directors
www.roxburyyouthworks.org, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Hon. Julian T. Houston (ret.), President
Press Release for New Boy published by Houghton Mifflin Company
www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com, 4 July 2006 [cached]
by Julian Houston
...
"Julian Houston has written a fine and moving novel. — James Carroll
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Julian Houston eloquently tells the story of a teenage boy confronting the normal adolescent concerns of grades, girls, and parental control while at the same time grappling with the larger issue of what it means to be African American in the United States in the 1950s. It was the time of both Malcolm X's movement and nonviolent protests, a time when parts of our country made halting steps toward integration while other parts fought against it. From the immaculate hallways of Draper, to the jazz clubs of Harlem, to the racially divided streets of Charlottesville, Rob travels through a changing world and discovers himself along the way.
About the Author
Julian Houston was born in Richmond, Virginia, and educated in the public schools of that city before attending the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut. He attended Boston University and was a community organizer in Harlem during the civil rights movement. He is now an associate justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts. Judge Houston has initiated a number of programs that build and strengthen relationships between communities, including Roxbury Youthworks, a development program for inner-city youth, and Long Road to Justice: The African American Experience in the Massachusetts Courts, a multimedia exhibit that can be seen at www.masshist.org/longroad. He has written articles for the Boston Globe, the Boston Observer, and the Boston Bar Journal. Judge Houston lives in Brookline, Massachusetts, with his wife and family.
Children's News & Views 2007
victimsoflaw.net [cached]
But few have been novels, and perhaps no judge before has written a novel for teenagers. . . . Julian Houston, 61, has for 15 years been associate justice of Middlesex Superior Court, and before that he was judge of Roxbury District Court. In his long Massachusetts career, which began when he came to Boston University in 1962, he has been an activist on behalf of youth in New York and Boston, trustee of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and founder of the Justice George Lewis Ruffin Society, dedicated to improving understanding between minorities and the criminal justice system.
The doctrine was applied and refined ...
newenglandinhouse.com, 7 Jan 2014 [cached]
The doctrine was applied and refined in a series of cases from 1999 to 2006, most notably in the 2004 case Lycos, Inc. v. Jackson, in which Superior Court Judge Julian T. Houston ruled that "[a]ny time a restrictive covenant is signed by an employee, the employer must provide some clear additional benefit" and that "[e]ach time an employee's employment relationship with the employer changes materially such that they have entered into a new employment relationship[,] a new restrictive covenant must be signed."
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