Brittany Webster (’12) brings science to Capitol Hill with the American Geophysical Union.
Jeff Goldman (’86) began practicing business immigration law almost by accident—changing countless lives in the process.
Students in BU Law’s Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program help a family from Brazil win asylum.
After five years of service as associate dean for clinical & experiential programs, Peggy Maisel will resume full-time teaching.
As part of the University-wide single day of giving on April 3, Rakay (’73) has offered a dollar-for-dollar match for all donations up to $50,000.
As chair-elect, and then chair, Zeiler hopes to sustain the success of previous chairs by continuing to expand the organization’s international reach.
A Q&A with Dr. Angela Onwuachi-Willig, BU Law’s new dean.
The new position is responsible for developing initiatives that will address areas of need identified in the school’s 2017 Campus Climate Survey.
MIT researcher works with the BU Law Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic to sue the CIA for records related to its Twitter activity.
The School of Law was pleased to host the annual meeting of the American Law & Economics Association.