Julie Dahlstrom, Karen Pita Loor, and Sarah Sherman-Stokes accompanied three BU Law students, Jesus Zelaya (’20), Genesis Guzman (’19), and Chelsea Tejada (’20), to Tijuana to help migrants apply for asylum in the US.
Category: Clinics News
Available in spring 2019, BU Law students in the new experiential course will engage in direct representation and develop solutions in this new and rapidly evolving area of law.
Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, kicked off the second annual Mentorship Program Breakfast for the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program.
BU students and professors respond to the family separation crisis at the southern border.
Devlin Joyce brings a wealth of experience as both a practitioner and a legal educator.
Susan Akram is interviewed in a documentary film by Romed Wyder.
BU Law Clinical Associate Professor Constance A. Browne draws on her expertise in experiential learning in two chapters for a new book.
Milligan brings experience representing technology companies in privacy and data security litigation and regulatory enforcement actions.
Students in BU Law’s Prosecutor Clinic, part of the Criminal Law Clinical Program, prevailed in four suppression hearings in the Quincy District Court. BU Law congratulates Justin Bonnick (’18); Whitney Beatty (’18), assisted by Rosalyn Chang; Nicole Theal (’18), assisted by Hanna Helwig (’19) and Jake Picard (’19); and Ben Woolf (’18), assisted by Jacqueline Dixon […]
In addition to Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig, new faculty bring expertise in employment discrimination, corporate law, civil procedure, evidence, and more.