The Public Service Fellowships support the most recent BU Law graduates as they start their careers with nonprofits or government agencies.
Tag: Class of 2018
Dalia Fuleihan (’18) was interviewed on the Arabic Hour about her activism
As an IJC Fellow, Fuleihan will join the immigration department of the New Haven Legal Assistance Association.
MIT researcher works with the BU Law Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic to sue the CIA for records related to its Twitter activity.
Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program students focus their fieldwork on immigration law and represent refugees fleeing human rights abuses and seeking safety in the US.
Ibrahim, the fifth Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program alum to earn this fellowship, will clerk for the Los Angeles Immigration Court.
Class of 2018 graduate Kevin Smith featured in “Wilson Native Kevin Smith Earns Law Degree,” The Wilson Times
BU Law and Computer Science students develop app to help prosecutors combat human trafficking.
BU couldn’t function without the army of 10,000 student employees who help staff virtually every department on campus, from Dining Services to the Occupational Health Center. Four were celebrated at the annual Student Employee of the Year award ceremony…
BU Law student and alum recognized by the organization’s Massachusetts chapter.