Dow's Legacy at Suffolk University
Suffolk University's faculty, staff, and students have worked closely with the Dow family to ensure that Harry H. Dow's spirit and legacy impacts future generations.
Dow's Papers Inspire Students, Faculty, and a Playwright
A farce written by Dow and other documents in his colllection became the focus of a performance and a course taught by Suffolk Professor Micky Lee.
Harry H. Dow Memorial Award
The Harry H. Dow scholarship award was created to supplement tuition costs for a Suffolk University Law student who has demonstrated interest in public interest and/or immigration law.
Harry H. Dow Lecture Series
Suffolk University Law School created an annual lecture series in honor of Dow’s long and distinguished career as a lawyer, activist, mentor and defender of immigrants’ rights. Each October, professionals, academics, students and activists will gather to discuss various aspects related to immigration including law, policy, and identity.
Harry Hom Dow Papers
Dow's family donated more than 24 boxes of archival materials to Suffolk University's Moakley Archive and Institute. The collection's photographs, legal files, letters and newsclippings form a valuable research and teaching resource for Suffolk faculty and students. More information