Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, kicked off the second annual Mentorship Program Breakfast for the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program.
The conference brought together leading property law scholars to discuss property theory, land use, the history of property law, and intellectual property.
The school welcomed interdisciplinary scholars from the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy to examine the discourse of democracy in the US.
Boston University School of Law marked Constitution Day with a panel that considered some of the decisions from the past Supreme Court term.
Alumni of the school’s graduate programs traveled from around the world to reconnect and celebrate.
Boston University School of Law’s annual Kleh Lecture featured Peter J. Spiro, Professor and Charles Weiner Chair at Temple University Beasley School of Law.
The Technology & Policy Research Initiative hosted two conferences in July, welcoming professors of intellectual property, economics, and history to BU Law.
The School of Law was pleased to host the annual meeting of the American Law & Economics Association.
NPR legal correspondent says blind old Lady Justice is waiting for them.
The BU Law community celebrates Robert B. Kent Professor Tamar Frankel’s work to foster trust and honesty in corporate law.