Ray Wu ('92) and Sarah Collins ('13) bring popular streaming content to the masses at Lucasfilm Ltd. and Netflix.
Faculty and alumni navigate the fraught waters of copyright law in the age of streaming media. Plus, one alum charts the high notes of a career in the entertainment industry and two more discuss the big business of film and television.
In This Issue
Jerry Juste charts the high notes of 25 years in the entertainment industry.
Dean Onwuachi-Willig returns to the classroom for the first time since joining BU Law.
BU Law News
Antiracist Scholars for Progress, Innovation & Racial Equity (ASPIRE) was developed in collaboration with the BU Center for Antiracist Research.
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.
After beating extraordinary odds to become a lawyer, Corinne Kirkland-Mercedes finds her passion at TV One.
Class notes for the spring 2022 issue of The Record reflect submissions received between May 1 and November 30, 2021.
The 16th Annual Lutie A. Lytle Black Women Law Faculty Workshop, founded by BU Law Dean Onwuachi-Willig, offers inspiration and support to scholars and practitioners.
Kathy Kleiman (’93) helped create the rules that govern internet domain names and continues to fight for fairness and free expression online.
Professor Ahmed's scholarship examines the intersection of law, politics, and science.
Professor Hartzog’s scholarship and advocacy focuses on privacy and technology law.
In The MediaMore
James Bessen is quoted.Forbe India
Scott Hirst's research is referenced.ThinkAdvisor
James Bessen is quoted.The New York Times
Kevin Outterson is quoted.Kaiser Health News