Full-time professors and clinical instructors

Daniela Caruso

Professor Daniela Caruso teaches Contracts to first-year law students and an upper-class course on European Union Law. She also teaches a variety of law seminars and interdisciplinary courses, including a seminar on International Trade Regulation. Since January 2020, Professor Caruso has served as Director of the Center for the Study of Europe at the Frederick […]

Madison Condon

Madison Condon joined Boston University School of Law as an associate professor in July 2020. She teaches Environmental Law, Corporations, and a seminar on climate risk and financial institutions. Professor Condon is an expert on climate change, financial risk, and regulation. Her scholarship has been included in collections of the best articles of the year for several […]

Chris Conley

Christopher Conley has been working at BU Law for over two years as a clinical associate professor, and is now a lecturer and clinical instructor of the BU/MIT Student Innovations Law Clinic. Prior to joining BU, Conley spent over a decade as a technology policy attorney with the ACLU of Northern California, where he engaged […]

Laura E. D’Amato

Laura D’Amato teaches in the Lawyering Program at BU Law and currently serves as the director of the Program. She is the 2023 recipient of the Michael Melton Award for Excellence in Teaching. Prior to joining BU Law, Laura was a litigation partner at Goulston & Storrs PC, where she focused her varied practice on […]

Julie A. Dahlstrom

Julie Dahlstrom assumed her role of Associate Dean of Clinical & Experiential Education on July 1, 2023, after over ten years teaching and supervising student attorneys in the experiential program at BU. Dahlstrom began her clinical teaching career as the founder and director of the Human Trafficking Clinic, which was named one of the most […]

Steven Dean

Steven Dean, an expert in tax law, has published books about taxation, philanthropy, and social enterprise. He has also published articles in a variety of traditional and popular venues, including the NYU Law Review and The Nation. Dean testified before the House Ways and Means Committee about the impact of racism on tax policy, served […]

Kate Devlin Joyce

Kate Devlin Joyce is a clinical instructor and director of the externship programs. She sees externships as a means of integrating doctrinal and experiential teaching. Devlin Joyce focuses her work on developing methods of teaching externship seminars that help students to better understand the connections between their doctrinal courses and their practical legal experiences. Prior […]

Anna di Robilant

Professor Anna di Robilant is a property law scholar trained in both Europe and the United States. She writes and teaches in the areas of property law, property theory, legal history, and comparative law. Professor di Robilant has published extensively in both peer-reviewed and student-edited journals, including the Vanderbilt Law Review, the American Journal of […]

Shira M. Diner

Shira Diner is a Lecturer and Clinical Instructor in the Defender Clinic at Boston University School of Law. Prior to her work at BU, she was the Director of Associate Development and Recruitment at Todd & Weld LLP. Previously, she served as a public defender with the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) for 17 […]

Stacey Dogan

Professor Stacey Dogan is a leading scholar in intellectual property, competition, and technology law, who has been instrumental in building interdisciplinary and inter-institutional collaborations in the areas of law, technology, and entrepreneurship. Her scholarship has explored topics including the role of online intermediaries in trademark and copyright law, the right of publicity’s applicability to new […]