May 7, 2010
BU Law students and professors battle it out on the court –basketball, that is—in the spirit of public interest
The April 22 BU Law basketball game was one of many auction items up for bid at this year’s Public Interest Project auction. Students won the chance to play in the student vs. faculty basketball game, organized by Professor Meurer. Proceeds from their winning bid are used to support BU Law students working in public interest jobs during the summer.
“The game was a blast and was well received by classmates in section C who came to watch," said event organizer Nick Korbas ('12). "Spectators were rowdy as professors dominated the students from Section C, and vice versa. Students were excited to square off against the professor team. They were most notably anxious to battle against Criminal Law Professor Gerry Leonard and Legislation Professor Abigail Montcrieff."
The highlights? Read more about the game from both sides of the court: