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.
Sharona Hoffman explores the future of employment and the Americans with Disabilities Act in BU Law’s annual Pike Lecture.
BU Law’s Annual Distinguished Lecture examines the narratives created around fetal life.
The annual American Journal of Law & Medicine Symposium considered the implications—intended or otherwise—of the landmark legislation.
Faculty, staff, and students gathered for a symposium exploring how the poor are subject to invasions of privacy by the state.
On November 3–4, 2017, scholars and practitioners convened at Boston University School of Law to discuss misdemeanor justice, a central but often overlooked piece of the United States’ criminal justice system.
Faculty, students, and guests gathered to examine Lawson’s interpretation of the fiduciary role of the US Constitution.