Join us for a discussion with Professor Sean Kealy, who teaches the American Legislative Practice Clinic and directs the Government Lawyering in Washington, D.C. Semester-in-Practice Program at BU Law. Professor Kealy has experience as an Assistant Attorney General working on victim compensation claims and prosecuting insurance fraud, as a legal advisor to State Senator Cynthia Stone Creem (D-Newton) and as counsel to the General Court’s Joint Committee on Criminal Justice and the Joint Committee on Revenue. While working for the Legislature, Professor Kealy had the opportunity to work on many notable issues such as: the revised sex offender registry, the creation of “buffer zones” around reproductive health clinics, drunk driving legislation, modernizing corporate tax laws, creating new tax credits to encourage economic development, legalizing and encouraging stem cell research, and ensuring equal marriage rights.
This is a great opportunity to discuss, ask questions, and get to know Professor Kealy and your fellow classmates over a slice. Join us!