Around the world, alumni of Boston University School of Law excel in a wide variety of fields and sectors. We congratulate the alumni who attained this professional benchmark in 2018.
Category: Alumni Spotlight
Aravind Swaminathan (’02) turned his interest in tech and experience as a prosecutor into a thriving cybersecurity and data privacy practice.
Meet Sean Oehlbert (’98), former National Security Council director of nuclear nonproliferation.
Christopher A. Kenney (’90), John J. Morrissey (’92), and Grace V.B. Garcia (’98) named president, president-elect and secretary, respectively.
After 17 years as in-house counsel at a corporation, Wisla Heneghan transitioned to a nonprofit focused on environmental law.
As an IJC Fellow, Fuleihan will join the immigration department of the New Haven Legal Assistance Association.
Robin A. Walker is behind some of the most cutting-edge gene-editing deals in biotech.
A planned gift from Linda Peterson (’76) will help meet the unpredictable needs of future BU Law students.
As an attorney for the DOJ and EPA, Quentin Pair (’71) helped develop environmental justice practices within the federal government.
Emanuel Hewlett (Class of 1877), the first African American graduate of BU Law, featured in the Washington Post.