Group of people on mobile devices, creating shadows in the form of snakes En Garde, Online June 1, 2020 BU Law faculty are confronting the internet’s most existential questions, including how to prevent harmful and illegal content while still protecting free speech rights. Continue Reading

Past Spotlights

  • August 4, 2020

    Madison Condon Joins BU Law

    Professor Condon will teach environmental law and a seminar on climate risk and financial institutions.

    Professor Condon will teach environmental law and a seminar on climate risk and financial institutions.

  • July 21, 2020

    Jasmine Gonzales Rose Joins BU Law

    Professor Gonzales Rose is teaching Evidence, Criminal Law, and a seminar on Latinxs and the Law this year.

    Professor Gonzales Rose is teaching Evidence, Criminal Law, and a seminar on Latinxs and the Law this year.

  • July 7, 2020

    Balancing Privacy Rights and Public Health

    BU Law experts Tiffany Li and Andrew Sellars argue privacy should be at the forefront of digital contact-tracing apps that can help identify and notify people who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

    BU Law experts Tiffany Li and Andrew Sellars argue privacy should be at the forefront of digital contact-tracing apps that [More]

  • June 19, 2020

    Brutality in Protest Policing

    Karen Pita Loor examines the Fourth Amendment foundations for police use of force against protestors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline in a paper published in the BU Law Review.

    Karen Pita Loor examines the Fourth Amendment foundations for police use of force against protestors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline [More]

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