Students in BU Law’s clinics and externship programs have maintained a high standard of work, conducted remotely.
Category: Clinics News
Students from the BU/MIT Technology Law Clinic help MIT researchers disclose vulnerabilities in a smartphone voting app.
Immigration law expert Sarah Sherman-Stokes on the arguments and implications of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) case before the Supreme Court.
BU Law students pair externships with doctrine for a broad view of the US criminal system.
Participants in the Prosecutor and Defender clinics try to find justice for defendants and clients caught up in the nation-wide opioid epidemic.
Students in BU Law’s Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program help a family from Brazil win asylum.
New faculty and administrators bring expertise in data privacy and cyberlaw, international law, critical race theory, financial law, and more.
Chloe Sugino and Julio Olaya (both ’20) helped their clients gain asylum after they emigrated from El Salvador.
Pelfrey Duryea will direct the school’s Compliance Policy Clinic—among the first in the country in which students will learn to help organizations navigate issues of business ethics and legal and regulatory compliance.
A forthcoming report from the International Human Rights Clinic examines the reasons why so many Central Americans head north, why thousands of them go missing each year, and what regional governments can do to help solve the problem.