BU Law Clinical Associate Professor Constance A. Browne draws on her expertise in experiential learning in two chapters for a new book.
The BU Law associate professor shared insights about how Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s judicial record could inform his rulings on executive power.
Professors Michael Meurer and James Bessen join interdisciplinary team examining data from BU Law-based accelerator.
BU Law Professor Gary S. Lawson, an originalist and founding member of the Federalist Society, is regularly cited by US Supreme Court justices, especially on separation of powers and federalism questions.
Five-year study coauthored by Professor Nicole Huberfeld raises questions about the balance of power in healthcare policy.
Professorships provide funding for research ranging from driverless car safety to Buddhist religious history.
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.