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In This Issue

  • An early 1900s photo of Blanche Crozier ('33)

    Ahead of Her Time

    1933 BU Law graduate Blanche Crozier wrote a groundbreaking article about sex discrimination in the Boston University Law Review. Decades later, it found a powerful audience: civil rights leader Pauli Murray and future Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  • Reproductive Justice

    After Roe, After Dobbs

    Dean Onwuachi-Willig reflects on the future of the impacts of the landmark US Supreme Court rulings.

  • Kristoffer James Purisima (LLM’19) with Lecturer Virginia Greiman

    LAW Memories

    We asked to hear about the moments, people, and places that made your law school experience special, and you answered.

  • Associate Professor Steve Koh teaching

    A Family in Law

    Seventy years after his grandfather taught at BU Law, Steven Arrigg Koh is continuing a family tradition of exploring international law.

  • Ian Gillen (´19) and Alexandra Arnold (´19) shake hands after completing their oral arguments.
    Moot Court

    Practice Makes Perfect

    In its long history at BU Law—dating back to at least 1875—the moot court program has undergone a series of shifts to become what it is today.

  • Alumni

    Class Notes: Spring 2023

    News and updates from BU Law alumni.

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AI in Practice

Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence to revolutionize the way we practice law. Two bu law alums offer their perspectives.

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