Lisa Scales ('87), president and CEO of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, fights against food insecurity.
BU School of Law remembers Hon. Juan Torruella ('57) of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
Welcoming the BU Law Class of 2023.
Professors condemn racism and commit to promoting equity and justice in their own work.
Alexandra Glazier (LAW/SPH’96) heads up New England Donor Services, working with more than 200 hospitals in six states to coordinate life-saving organ and tissue donation.
Timely and compelling topics range from the legal rights of religious minorities to an analysis of race and ethnicity in the US.
Mass General Brigham General Counsel Laura S. Peabody (’83) helps keep patients and providers safe.
BU Law News
The school is pleased to welcome full-time, clinical, and visiting professors with expertise in health law, critical race theory, environmental law, intellectual property, and more.
The internet's existential questions, data privacy within government agencies and the private industry, and the fraught balance between human rights and government access to digital evidence.
New York Assembly member Clyde Vanel ('01) capitalized on experiences as a solo IP law practitioner and restaurant owner to propel him into local government.
Professor Gonzales Rose is teaching Evidence, Criminal Law, and a seminar on Latinxs and the Law this year.
A pro bono effort pairs BU Law students with local attorneys working to secure emergency release for inmates at risk of contracting the virus.
In two decisions on Thursday, July 9, the Supreme Court ensured that, in most respects, a president remains subject to the “public duties” that bind his or her fellow citizens.
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