Jasmine Gonzales Rose turns racial justice research into meaningful policy proposals.
Twenty years later, faculty and alumni examine the legal and political aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks; how a peacebuilding lens can prevent terrorism; and two alums who found their mission with JAG.
In This Issue
Access to Justice Clinic
Volunteers help tenants navigate a complicated legal system.
Two BU Law graduates found their mission in the military's Judge Advocate General's Corps, advising servicemembers and commandeers on issues ranging from combat operations to end-of-life planning.
With a budding nonprofit, Daisy Figueroa (’21) improves housing for low-income communities.
Leanne Erdberg Steadman (′08) focuses on peace to prevent terrorism.
Dean Onwuachi-Willig shares her experience of 9/11 and reflects on what has changed since.
Catherine Mitrano (CAS’89, LAW’89) has spent decades as an attorney in the federal government, including helping set up the Department of Homeland Security after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
News & updates from BU Law alumni.
Antiracist Scholars for Progress, Innovation & Racial Equity (ASPIRE) was developed in collaboration with the BU Center for Antiracist Research.
Adjunct Professor Richard Ainsworth tackles regulation of the notoriously opaque sector.
Photos from orientation events show the law school buzzing with activity after a year of hybrid and remote learning.
Criminal Law Clinical Program Director David Rossman on decisions to wipe away drug convictions stemming from a scandal-plagued state drug-testing laboratory.
In The MediaMore
An opinion written by Jasmine Gonzales Rose.The Boston Globe
A piece by Karen Pita Loor.WBUR
Michael Ulrich is quoted.WBZ
Jasmine Gonzales Rose is quoted.CNS News