BU Law students pair externships with doctrine for a broad view of the US criminal system.
Tag: Criminal Law
Tracey Maclin quoted in WGBH.
Three BU Law grads working at the ACLU look to move beyond the bipartisan FIRST STEP Act on criminal justice reform issues at the state and federal levels.
With the Pennsylvania Prison Society, Claire Shubik-Richards (’01) advocates for humane prison conditions and policies to curb mass incarceration.
The FIRST STEP Act is a move toward criminal justice reform, but BU Law faculty say true change needs to go much further.
Participants in the Prosecutor and Defender clinics try to find justice for defendants and clients caught up in the nation-wide opioid epidemic.
Compassionate Release Practicum and the Wrongful Convictions Clinic featured in “POV: Governor Baker Should Not Be Afraid to Set Dying Prisoners Free,” BU Today article written by BU School of Law lecturer Ruth Greenberg.
As an immigration and criminal law attorney, V Starrett (’12) advocates for immigrants who come into contact with the criminal justice system.
Students in the BU Law Prosecutor Clinic learn the power of prosecutorial discretion.
Available in spring 2019, BU Law students in the new experiential course will engage in direct representation and develop solutions in this new and rapidly evolving area of law.