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  • July 7, 2020

    Balancing Privacy Rights and Public Health

    BU Law experts Tiffany Li and Andrew Sellars argue privacy should be at the forefront of digital contact-tracing apps that can help identify and notify people who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

    BU Law experts Tiffany Li and Andrew Sellars argue privacy should be at the forefront of digital contact-tracing apps that [More]

  • June 23, 2020

    Introducing Mandie LeBeau

    New assistant dean for career development & public service talks about her philosophy as a career development professional and what she hopes to bring to the BU Law community.

    New assistant dean for career development & public service talks about her philosophy as a career development professional and what [More]

  • June 22, 2020

    To Serve and Protect Each Other

    Somil Trivedi ('09) and Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve on how police-prosecutor codependence enables police misconduct in the May 2020 BU Law Review.

    Somil Trivedi ('09) and Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve on how police-prosecutor codependence enables police misconduct in the May 2020 BU [More]

  • June 19, 2020

    Brutality in Protest Policing

    Karen Pita Loor examines the Fourth Amendment foundations for police use of force against protestors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline in a paper published in the BU Law Review.

    Karen Pita Loor examines the Fourth Amendment foundations for police use of force against protestors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline [More]