BU Law Professor’s amicus brief plays an influential role in Supreme Court case involving American Express.
The Technology & Policy Research Initiative hosted two conferences in July, welcoming professors of intellectual property, economics, and history to BU Law.
The Inaugural Thomas M. Cooley Book Prize goes to Professor Lawson and coauthor Guy Seidman for A Great Power of Attorney.
Visiting professors, graduate assistants, and postdoctoral fellows conduct research at the intersection of technology and society.
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.
Zeiler and her coeditor offer a window into how behavioral economics is being applied to areas such as consumer finance, torts, and the happiness of lawyers.
The Rise of the Working-Class Shareholder: Labor’s Last Best Weapon unveils a new path for the modern worker.
“Co-belligerency,” published by the Yale Journal of International Law, relied upon by the ACLU in challenge to the military detention of a US citizen.
Professor David Webber suggests the drive toward pension reform will limit the economic and political power of working class shareholders in this New York Times op-ed.