Stuart M. Hurowitz has been teaching Professional Responsibility at Boston College Law School and Boston University School of Law since 2011. He has also taught Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Introduction to Criminal Practice, and has been a supervisor of students in the Criminal Practice Clinic. His ‘day job’ is as a Supervising Attorney with the Committee for Public Counsel Service’s Office in Worcester (but has also been with CPCS in both Suffolk and Norfolk Counties), where part of his responsibilities involve resolving potential conflicts of interest and consulting with staff attorneys about ethical issues. Mr. Hurowitz began his legal career in 1992 at the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office, after having graduated from Boston University School of Law. He spent the next seven and one-half years as a New Hampshire public defender, the last three and one-half as the managing attorney of the Nashua branch office. Leaving NHPD in December 1999, Mr. Hurowitz went to Montenegro (then still a part of Yugoslavia) to work on a wide range of legal reform projects as an American Bar Association’s Central and East European Law Initiative’s (ABA-CEELI) criminal law liaison. Upon his repatriation, he spent a few years as a partner in his own small law firm before returning to the public defender fold in 2006.