The Douglass Fellowship gives law students who demonstrate a passion for human trafficking policy the opportunity to gain indispensable knowledge and skills to aid them in their work.
Tag: Class of 2019
Fischetti was recognized for his work building connections between LGBTQIA attorneys and law students and advocating for LGBTQIA perspectives in BU Law’s faculty hiring process.
Sam Burgess (’20), Daniel Ordorica (’19), and Cloe Pippin (’20) have earned internships in several Massachusetts state government offices.
Feeling like a fish out of water: First-generation professionals provide support and mentorship.
BU Law and Computer Science students develop app to help prosecutors combat human trafficking.
Caroline Lambert (’19) discusses her experience participating in the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition.
Professors Keith and Maria Hylton, Jonathan Allen (’19) Honored by Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association
BU Law professors and student recognized at the organization’s 45th anniversary gala.
Celeste Peay entered BU Law’s dual JD/MD program determined to make a difference at the individual and societal levels.
Brittany Nieves (’19) wins a Goodwin Diversity Fellowship.
Mario Paredes (’18) and Celeste Peay (’19) earned public policy internships in key Massachusetts state offices.