The Summer Legal Institute in London

Participating Faculty

Participating instructors include :

Professor Robert Volk

RobertAs BU Law's director of the Legal Research and Writing Program, Professor Volk is responsible for developing the curriculum for one of America's most highly acclaimed legal writing programs and overseeing the writing program for BU Law's foreign LL.M. students. A member of BU Law's faculty since 1982, he has served as associate director of the Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law (now the BU Center for Finance, Law & Policy) and has taught courses in banking law, law and morality and the American legal system, and has taught Legal Writing at Chuo Law School in Tokyo, Japan.

View Professor Volk's CV and publications.

Professor Virginia Greiman

Professor Greiman is an internationally-recognized expert on corporate reorganizations, privatization, international commercialGreiman agreements and international joint venture law. She has served as special assistant to the attorney general and United States trustee for the U.S. Department of Justice, as international legal counsel to the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Trade Development Agency. As chief counsel and executive director to the Massachusetts Office of Economic Development, Professor Greiman has advised minority and women-owned businesses on international business transactions and Massachusetts corporations on foreign direct investment opportunities. At BU Law, she teaches International Business Agreements and a seminar on International Economic Development and Project Finance.

View Professor Greiman's CV.

Lynn Bonesteel

Ms. Bonesteel is currently a senior lecturer in English as a Second Language at the Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (CELOP) at Boston University, where she teaches Legal English to both pre-LLM candidates and legal practitioners. She has extensive experience as a teacher in higher education and as a writer of ESL textbooks and teachers’ manuals. Ms. Bonesteel has also written materials for the Program for Legal English Academic Development (PLEAD), an online academic program designed to help university law faculties and language schools throughout the world offer Legal English training to lawyers and law students.  

View Lynn Bonesteel's full bio.

A full-time on-site Administrative Director will be present for the duration of the program to organize optional excursions to legal institutions and to assist with any problems or concerns.

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