The Clinical Programs Newsletter provides updates on the programs, people, and initiatives of BU Law’s Clinical & Advocacy Programs. Join our mailing list to receive future issues and read our previous mailings below!
Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program students team up with the School of Social Work on a trip to aid immigrant detainees in Arizona, Clinical Associate Professor Connie Browne contributes her expertise to a book about experiential education, and BU Law welcomes Kate Devlin Joyce as director of externship programs and Julissa Milligan as visiting associate professor with the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic.
Jim Wheaton joins BU Law, the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic sues the CIA, and the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program influences criminal justice reform in Mass.
Karen Pita-Loor testifies to support sanctuary states, Clinical Professors Robert Burdick and Wendy Kaplan recognized for their commitment to students, and students/alumni from the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Clinic share accomplishments.
Naomi Mann earns BU’s highest award for teaching, the International Human Rights Clinic investigate refugees in the EU, and Cecily Banks joins BU Law.