The Miami-Dade County Commission presented Megan Cunningham with a proclamation recognizing her efforts with the BU Collegiate Recovery Program.
Tag: Class of 2018
The one-day competition challenged area students and young professionals to find solutions to problems facing the African American community in Chicago.
Award honors individuals for contributions to law student mental and physical wellness.
Jamie van Wagtendonk (’18) discusses his summer at the National Labor Relations Board working on a Supreme Court brief—and watching oral arguments in the case.
Noah Potash (’18) reflects on his experience in the school’s Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program.
Mario Paredes (’18) and Celeste Peay (’19) earned public policy internships in key Massachusetts state offices.
A new Career Development Office program gave students an advantage in their summer job search.
Hilary Chadwick (’17) discusses how BU Law clinics are helping immigrant communities understand their constitutional rights.
The Criminal Law Clinical Program could impact the way Mass. law enforcement agencies respond to federal requests to hold suspected undocumented immigrants.
Each year, nine cash awards are given to worthy African American students pursuing legal studies in their second year.