The Inaugural Thomas M. Cooley Book Prize goes to Professor Lawson and coauthor Guy Seidman for A Great Power of Attorney.
The BU Law community celebrates Robert B. Kent Professor Tamar Frankel’s work to foster trust and honesty in corporate law.
Zeiler and her coeditor offer a window into how behavioral economics is being applied to areas such as consumer finance, torts, and the happiness of lawyers.
For the casebook’s second edition, the authors address changes to the ACA shaped by the Trump administration.
The Rise of the Working-Class Shareholder: Labor’s Last Best Weapon unveils a new path for the modern worker.
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.