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Keeping the Cameras Rolling

General Counsel Christopher Miller (’00) helped lead Universal Filmed Entertainment Group through the pandemic and now looks to the future of the film industry.

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  • Sports Law

    A Heavy Hitter in Baseball Negotiations

    As the Major League Baseball Players Association’s lead labor negotiator, Bruce Meyer (’86) helped players achieve their contract goals and rescue their delayed 2022 season.

  • Documentary filmmaker Norah Shapiro ('89)
    Alumni

    Through the Lens

    Documentary filmmaker Norah Shapiro (’89) draws on her experience as a public defender to explore complex topics on screen.

  • Alumni

    Opening Doors in Data Science

    Steven Keith Platt (’83), a tax lawyer turned AI expert, is working to introduce students from underrepresented communities to the growing field of data science.

  • Intellectual Property

    A Mock Music Service Teaches Real Legal Skills

    A simulation course introduces students to the intricacies of music licensing and the wide field of transactional intellectual property law.

  • Criminal Law

    Driven to Support Survivors

    As an intern in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Monica Naranjo (’23) explored a long-held, and very personal, interest in helping survivors of exploitation and abuse.

  • A bottle of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
    Health Law

    A Double Dose of Growth

    As deputy general counsel, Shaun Ryan (’01) helped Massachusetts-based Moderna quickly grow from an early-stage biotech firm to a manufacturer of millions of doses of COVID vaccines.

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Portrait of Corinne Kirkland-Mercedes looking to the right with fur collar Alumni

A Dream Conferred

After beating extraordinary odds to become a lawyer, Corinne Kirkland-Mercedes finds her passion at TV One.

Tax Law

A Moon Tax

Kevin Brown (JD, LLM’21) has a novel tax proposal—grounded in international law—that would allow humanity to benefit from private development of celestial properties.

Research

The Drama of Legal Ideas

Professor Robert Tsai dives into the life of Stephen Bright, who led the Southern Center for Human Rights for more than 30 years, in his next book.

Research

From Tarts to Tattoos

Professor Jessica Silbey examines the intersection of intellectual property and creative work.

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