Professor Jay Wexler on writing hist latest book, When God Isn’t Green.
Faculty, staff, and students gathered for a symposium exploring how the poor are subject to invasions of privacy by the state.
An adjunct professor in the Graduate Tax Program, Darby uses his 30 years of experience in transactional law to inform the book.
Copyright in a Global Information Economy examines impacts of technology on copyright law.
Faculty, students, and guests gathered to examine Lawson’s interpretation of the fiduciary role of the US Constitution.
A Great Power of Attorney: Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution, co-written with Guy Seidman, interprets how the Constitution grants limited powers to national government.
Robert L. Searles Jr. (’80) Publishes book in WebWire.com
BU Law Lecturer Pamela Hill (’77) breaks down the complex subject in Oxford University Press book.
The professor of law and anthropology offers a new theory for the oversight and regulation of poor mothers in The Poverty of Privacy Rights.
Khiara Bridges joins the This Week in Health podcast for an in-depth discussion of her new book, The Poverty of Privacy Rights.