Category: Current Events

A Message to the BU Law Community

Dear BU Law Community, Two weeks ago I wrote to you in the midst of the terror attacks to reassure you that we were reaching out to offer assistance to our students studying abroad in Paris as well as the French nationals in our student body here. I am grateful to be able to report […]

Delivering BU Law’s Educational Offerings to a Global Audience

In collaboration with BU’s Digital Learning Initiative, we have just launched our first MOOC (massive open online course) in Legal Risk Management for Multinational Enterprises. Developed and taught by Babak Boghraty (’89), an instructor in both our Executive LLM in International Business Law Program and our JD program, this course meets CLE requirements in a […]

From Ferguson to New York to Baltimore: How BU Law Is Responding

The tragic death of Freddie Gray, and the ensuing riots in Baltimore, are affecting our law school community on many levels. A number of our students come from Baltimore and dozens of our alumni live and practice in the city. As lawyers, we have a responsibility to not only uphold the law and put justice […]

Asking the Troubling Questions That Weigh on Our Minds

At a time of year when our law school community feels the inevitable tension and anxiety associated with final exams, many of us are also grappling with grief, anger and exasperation over the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City, and the subsequent grand jury decisions in those […]

A Passion for Public Service at BU Law

The Boston University School of Law community has always exhibited a profound passion for and commitment to public service. Members of our faculty are dedicated to inculcating in students an appreciation for the importance of public service, and our students find their own areas of interest by participating in one or more of the many […]