In a new book—Critical Race Theory: A Primer—and in her role as associate dean for equity, justice, and engagement, Professor Khiara M. Bridges pushes people to ask the hard questions.
In a new book, Professor Gerald Leonard, a leading historian of US constitutionalism, explores the “whitening” of democracy in the early 19th century.
The 2019 event examined the crisis of democracy in healthcare.
Webber’s second book about shareholder rights law presents research from leading scholars in the field.
Named in honor of the distinguished Professor Derrick Bell, the lecture celebrates his legacy as one of the founders of critical race theory.
The event reviewed the past decade of investor activism and assessed what may lie ahead in the Trump era.
The Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute recognized Hirst and his coauthor for their examination of pressing, big picture investor issues.
The conference brought together leading property law scholars to discuss property theory, land use, the history of property law, and intellectual property.
The school welcomed interdisciplinary scholars from the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy to examine the discourse of democracy in the US.
BU Law Clinical Associate Professor Constance A. Browne draws on her expertise in experiential learning in two chapters for a new book.