Category: BU Law

Federal Judges, Assistant Secretary of Defense and Leading Academics Speak at BU Law

Boston University School of Law has a deep commitment not only to excellence in law teaching, but also to the highest standards of legal research and scholarship. That’s why we’ve invited a number of scholars, judges, and policymakers to visit the law tower and speak on a variety of timely legal topics.Our most recent events […]

How Alumni Can Be Our Students’ Competitive Advantage in the Job Market

Our Office of Career Development & Public Service, now headed by Assistant Dean Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower, as well as our faculty and administrative staff strive continually to offer more resources and create more opportunities that will prepare our students for their future careers. For our students to be successful in today’s competitive legal market, they […]

Toasting Our New Building and Celebrating Our Community at BU Law

I’d like to extend a huge thank you to all our alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends who came to the celebration of the new Sumner M. Redstone Building and Alumni Weekend events. Over 250 people came to our Redstone Building Celebration, and we packed the Four Seasons Hotel for our Annual Reunion Dinner Gala […]

Transactional Law: Where Business and Law Intersect

I always enjoy meeting BU Law alumni around the country and learning about their current careers and professional contributions to the legal field. It’s also a great opportunity for me to talk about our law school’s new programs, like the Transactional Law Program and Business Basics Boot Camp. Last month, I travelled to New York […]

Thinking Forward to the Sumner M. Redstone Building Celebration

When our law school’s founders decided in 1872 to admit students without regard to race, gender or religion, it was a bold decision by a forward-thinking group of educators.  In honor of that confident spirit and commitment to thinking forward, this monthly blog, “Thinking Forward,” will be a forum to share with you the creativity, […]