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.
October 11 panel, “Tax Reform: Perspectives Across the Nation,” considered implications, alternatives to current reform proposals.
Professor Chantal Thomas delivers BU Law’s annual Kleh Lecture.
BU Law draws scholars from around the world to examine the impact of critiques of trade in the US and abroad.
BU’s Law annual event draws first-year law students to introduce public service opportunities and honor distinguished alumni.
BU Law faculty, students, and staff gathered to examine the role of the federal courts in our constitutional system.
Scholars from across disciplines gathered to hear presentations on the latest IP law research focusing mainly on patent law and litigation.
BU Law welcomed scholars to celebrate the work of a distinguished scholar and judge, and to examine how a set of policy tools will function in the 21st century.