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Boston University School of Law Annual Kleh Lecture featuring Dr. Charles C. Jalloh
Boston University School of Law Annual Kleh Lecture featuring Dr. Charles C. Jalloh, Distinguished University Professor of International Law Florida International University delivered November 20, 2023. 00:00 – Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig Introduc...

“Weed Rules: Blazing the Way to a Just and Joyful Marijuana Policy” by BU Law Professor Jay Wexler
Boston University School of Law Book Symposium featuring “Weed Rules: Blazing the Way to a Just and Joyful Marijuana Policy” by Professor Jay Wexler delivered on November 17, 2023. 00:00 – Professor Gary Lawson Introduction 04:47 – Professor...

Boston University School of Law Barbara Jordan Lecture featuring Yavilah McCoy
"Facing History, Uprooting Racial Inequality and Deepening Housing Justice within the Law." Across America, states are increasingly struggling with an inability to provide the most basic human need to huge swaths of their populations —safe, stable,...

The Pike Lecture featuring Professor Rabia Belt
The Pike Lecture featuring Professor Rabia Belt "The History of Race, Disability, and the Right to Vote" delivered on Monday, October 30, 2023. 00:00 – Introduction by Dean Onwuachi-Willig 02:57 – Lecture by Professor Rabia Belt

The 2023 Annual Distinguished Lecture delivered by Professor Geoffrey Stone
The 2023 Annual Distinguished Lecture: "The Warren Court v. The Roberts Court" delivered by Professor Geoffrey Stone on October 26, 2023 00:00 – Dean Onwuachi-Willig Introduction 3:20 – Professor Jack Beermann Introduction 5:49 – Professor Geo...

We Robot Conference Day Two hosted by BU Law
We Robot Conference Day Two hosted by BU Law 00:00 – Panel One: Max Isaacs and Meredith Broussard 1:06:47 – Panel Two: Ivan Koprivcic, Igor Vuletic, and Nicholson Price 1:41:06 – Panel Three: David Rolnick, Claire Boine, Beatriz Botero Arcila, ...

We Robot Conference Day One hosted at BU Law
We Robot Conference Day One hosted at BU Law 00:00 – Panel One: Woodrow Hartzog and Katie Creel 56:06 – Panel Two: Andrew Hundt and Lionel P. Robert Jr. 1:50:36 – Panel Three: Jason Millar, Caitlin Heppner, Kristen Thomasen, and Kegan Strawn 2...

Transforming Tomorrows: Scholarships in Action - Jeremy Brunner
BU Law student Jeremy Brunner ('24) describes how the Robert T. Butler scholarship made his law school journey possible. Jeremy discusses his experiences in the 1L Lawyering Program and the BU/MIT Student Innovations Law Clinic.

BU School of Law Investiture honoring Jack Beermann and Kevin Outterson
On Saturday, September 23, Boston University School of Law hosted Investiture Ceremony to celebrate and recognize Kevin Outterson, the new Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Law, and Jack Beermann, the new Philip S. Beck Professor of Law.

Boston University School of Law Barbara Jordan Lecture featuring Steven Dean
“Global Jim Crow: Taxation and Racial Capitalism.” What makes some nations rich and others poor? Why do even the most powerful states struggle to tax giant multinationals? One answer to both questions lies in a system of Global Jim Crow created a...

Transforming Tomorrows: Scholarships in Action - Jimena Mohedas
BU Law alum Jimena Mohedas ('20) discusses her law school experience and the opportunities that opened up to her as a result of receiving the Samuel H. Sugarman Memorial Scholarship.

A Family in LAW
Professor Kwang Lim Koh joined the BU Law faculty in 1953. He taught international law, jurisprudence, and legal history, and was one of the first Korean law professors in the United States. A sought-after diplomat, he led missions to the United Nati...

The Kleh Lecture featuring Zachary D. Kaufman
This lecture occurred on April 13th, 2023 at BU School of Law. The Kleh Lecture featuring Zachary D. Kaufman, "Police Policing Police." https://www.bu.edu/law/engagements/police-policing-police/

Mosaic Experience Alumni Panel | March 28, 2023
Alumni discuss why they chose to attend BU Law and offer advice for current and prospective students. Panelists include: Colin Van Dyke (’05) - Anderson & Kreiger, Cesar Lopez-Morales (’14) - Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, David Linhart (’12) ...

Congresswoman Barbara Jordan Speaker Series on Race, Law and Inequality: Nikolas Bowie, Harvard Law
For more information on this talk, please visit our website: https://www.bu.edu/law/engagements/congresswoman-barbara-jordan-speaker-series-on-race-law-inequality-nikolas-bowie/ "The Problem of Entrenchment in a Democracy"

The Pike Lecture featuring Professor Mary Crossley, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
"RACE-DISABILITY INTERSECTIONALITY AS A HEALTH EQUITY IMPERATIVE" The Pike Lecture featuring Professor Mary Crossley, University of Pittsburgh School of Law More information here: https://www.bu.edu/law/engagements/race-disability-intersectionality...

After Roe and Dobbs: Seeking Reproductive Justice in the Next Fifty Years: Part II
0:00 Panel 4: Law and the Regulation of Pregnancy, Reproduction, and Parenthood Post-Dobbs 0:34:20 Panel 5: Roundtable – Possible Futures for Reproductive Justice

After Roe and Dobbs: Seeking Reproductive Justice in the Next Fifty Years: Part I
Chapters: 0:00 Introduction and Welcome 15:50 Panel 1 Beginnings 1:24:21 Panel 2 The Impact of Dobbs on Medical Practice and Reproductive Health Care 2:32:31 Panel 3: Roundtable Discussion: Dimensions of the Post-Dobbs Environment 3:42:28 Panel 4: ...

The Roar of a Wave that Could Drown the Whole World
Boston University School of Law September 15th, 2022 In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which had protected the constitutional right of pregnant persons to dec...

BU School of Law Shapiro Lecture featuring Harold Goodman '69 | November 7, 2022
https://www.bu.edu/law/engagements/the-shapiro-lecture-featuring-harold-goodman-69/ The Joy of Being a Lawyer

The Constitution in Jeopardy | BU School of Law November 2, 2022
A conversation with American Constitution Society President and former Senator Russ Feingold, co-author Peter Prindiville, and Professor Robert Tsai. They will be discussing their new book on constitutional conventions, “The Constitution in Jeopard...

150 Years of Legal Excellence at BU Law
In October 1872, 60 students joined the inaugural class at Boston University School of Law. The school swiftly earned its place at the forefront of legal education, initiating advancements such as the sequenced, three-year curriculum that is now the ...

"Pandemic Effects on Legal Education" by Meera E. Deo at BU Law, 3/23/22
Empirical data has documented the ways in which both students and faculty have long faced unique challenges on the pathway to academic and professional success. Students of color, women students, and other historically excluded populations question w...

BU Law is You :30
BU Law is new possibilities. It’s where you’ll meet friends and colleagues for life. Fall in love with Boston. BU Law is where you’ll learn Where you’ll be challenged Where you’ll open new doors. With students from over 50 co...

BU law is You :15
BU Law is new possibilities. It’s where you’ll open new doors Where you’ll be challenged. With students from over 50 countries And alumni across the world BU Law is you.

BU Law Kleh Lecture: Global Islamophobia in an Era of Populism
April 4, 2022: Myriad political, social, and economic contexts contribute toward Islamophobia and consequent normalization of anti-Muslim racism in various parts of the world. Simultaneous to the rise in global Islamophobia is the rise of right-wing ...

BU Law Pike Lecture: The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Global South
The Pike Lecture at Boston University School of Law featuring professor Michael Ashley Stein, Executive Director, Harvard Law School Project on Disability. March 28, 2022.

Critical Race Judgments: Book Symposium at Boston University Law 3/21/2022
A symposium to celebrate the publication of “Critical Race Judgments: Rewritten U.S. Court Opinions on Race and the Law” (Cambridge University Press, 2022), by Professor Bennett Capers, Professor Devon Carbado, Professor Robin Lenhardt, and Dean ...

BU Law Annual Distinguished Lecture featuring Guy-Uriel Charles
Guy-Uriel Charles delivers BU Law's Annual Distinguished Lecture: "What Is So Controversial about CRT Anyway?"

A Conversation with Fiona Hill and Robert Tsai
A discussion of Fiona Hill's new book, There is Nothing for You Here: Finding Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century.

PILJ Symposium: Human Trafficking, Then and Now: New Directions and Approaches to Exploitation
Boston University School of Law Public Interest Journal Symposium featuring Rachael Rollins, United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts. February 11, 2022 Welcome Remarks by Kennedy Barber-Fraser, Editor-in-Chief PILJ 00:00 Welcome f...

February 10th, 2022 | BU School of Law Barbara Jordan Lecture featuring Jamila Jefferson-Jones
In this speaker series, we invite leading scholars to examine the intersection between race, inequality, and the law; to reveal how US law, as it is currently written and interpreted, falls short of the ideals on which this country was founded; and t...

November 4th, 2021 | Boston University School of Law Barbara Jordan Lecture featuring K-Sue Park
In this speaker series, we invite leading scholars to examine the intersection between race, inequality, and the law; to reveal how US law, as it is currently written and interpreted, falls short of the ideals on which this country was founded; and t...

A symposium on the “The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom” by Sahar Aziz
A symposium celebrating the publication of “The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom” by Sahar Aziz, who joined Boston University School of Law in the Fall 20021 as the William and Patricia Kleh Visiting Professor of International...

Dean Angela Onwuachi Willig Gallo Investiture Ceremony. Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
Ryan Roth Gallo & Ernes J. Gallo Professorship Investiture

Uplifting Neighborhoods, One Project at a Time
While in her final year at BU Law, Daisy Figueroa ('21) started Hood Renovationz, which provides free renovations to folks in low-income neighborhoods.

Public Perspective
Boston University alum Catherine Mitrano (CAS'89, LAW'89) has spent decades as an attorney in the federal government, including helping set up the Department of Homeland Security after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

20 Years Later Lasting Impacts of 9 11 on Law and Policy - Boston University School of Law
On Tuesday, September 14th from 1-2pm, Boston University School of Law hosted a panel discussion to reflect on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and consider how the law and government have been shaped by the events of that day. @Boston University

International Law Journal Workshop: Fortress (North) America | March 12, 2021
Chapters: 0:00 Panel 1: "Empathy Destruction - A Lethal Spinoff of Failed Migration Policies" 56:29 Panel 2: "Forced Disappearances: From Authoritarianism to Border Violence" 01:52:33 Panel 3: "Challenging Stereotypes in Refugee Protection"

The Cycles of Constitutional Time: A Virtual Boston University Law Review Symposium
Chapters: 0:00 Welcome and First Panel - Jack Balkin and Steven Levitsky & Daniel Ziblatt, Keynote Panel 01:13:07 Second Panel - Gary Lawson and Laura Weinrib 2:13:47 Final Panel - Richard Albert, James Fleming & Linda McClain, and Robert Tsai

BU Law Race and the Law Speaker Series 2020-2021 featuring Deborah Archer, NYU School of Law
Professor Deborah Archer of NYU School of Law presents "Jim Crow in the 21st Century: The Impact of Crime Free Housing Ordinances and Mass Criminalization on Racial Segregation" (Please note the video feed for this presentation was cut off before th...

Don Calloway, Founder, National Voter Protection Action Fund
BU Law alum Don Calloway ('05), founder of the National Voter Protection Action Fund, on the organization's work to protect the franchise and advocate for voter protection policies at the state and local level.

Panel 5 | The Next Century? Implications of the Past and Present for the Future
This concluding panel offered brief reflections and observations based on the prior panels and fresh reflections on future challenges concerning women and political leadership, followed by general discussion. Featured Speakers: • Nadia E. Brown,...

Panel 4 | Women’s Rights, Political Power and Presence a Century Later: A Sampler of Scholarship
This panel offered a selection of ongoing research by legal scholars and political scientists on current issues of legal and political rights and empowerment of women. Featured Speakers: • Nadia E. Brown, Associate Professor of Political Science ...

Panel 3 | Women in the Electoral Arena a Century Later: Perspectives of Political Practitioners
One of the forces supporting an increase of women candidates and elected leaders is the increase of organizations dedicated to encouraging and training women to run for office and supporting them in their efforts. This session is a roundtable discuss...

Panel 2 | Teaching the History of Women’s Suffrage
Panel 2 entailed a conversation between Jill Hasday and Rachel B. Tiven moderated by Virginia Sapiro. Featuring: • Jill Hasday, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Centennial Professor in Law, University of Minnesota, “We the Men: Ho...

Panel 1 | The 19th Amendment in Historical Context
The conference opened with investigations of and reflections on understanding the history of the struggle for the vote and other political and legal rights for women. The panel carefully examined the linked politics of gender, race, and class in the ...

An Introduction to COVID-19 Signage at BU Law
See how we're preparing the Law Complex for students to return for the fall 2020 semester.

We made it!
We asked some of the law school's faculty and staff to take a moment to reflect and share some words of advice and encouragement with our students and soon-to-be graduates. Their messages may be funny, inspiring, or practical, but they are always hea...

Meet Dean Onwuachi-Willig
Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig discusses her background, inspiration for going to law school, and why she's excited to join the BU Law community.

Mark Pettit Day: In Remembrance at Boston University Law School
A day devoted to excellence in teaching, Mark Pettit Day celebrates Professor Mark Pettit's life and legacy and four-decade tenure at Boston University Law School. This video shares fond memories of Professor Pettit, exemplifying his incomparable t...

One case, one victory: BU Law Students Win Asylum for a Political Activist from Somalia
In the Boston University School of Law Immigrants' Rights & Human Trafficking Program, students can focus their clinical fieldwork on immigration law and learn to connect theory to practice as they represent asylum seekers and Special Immigrant Juven...

Dean Maureen O’Rourke addresses the graduating class of 2018
Dean Maureen O’Rourke addresses the graduating class of 2018 at the School of Law convocation during Boston University's 145th Commencement.

One case, one victory: BU Law Students Win T Visa for a Survivor of Labor and Sex Trafficking
In the Boston University School of Law Immigrants' Rights & Human Trafficking Program, students can focus their clinical fieldwork on human trafficking and learn to connect theory to practice as they represent survivors of labor and sex trafficking i...

Faculty out Front: David Webber on The Rise of the Working Class Shareholder
Professor David Webber discusses his new book, The Rise of the Working Class Shareholder: Labor’s Last Best Weapon. Webber addresses the question of how labor is going to continue to be relevant and exercise power in the 21st century. His answer?...

What can you accomplish as a student attorney?
Students and alumni of BU Law's Immigrants' Rights & Human Trafficking Program impact the lives of immigrants, refugees, and trafficking survivors while learning important lawyering skills.

Life at BU Law
Want to learn about life at Boston University School of Law? Hear from students about what makes our faculty, clinics, and community stand out.

Justice for Hedgehogs: Final Response: Professor Ronald Dworkin
Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book held at Boston University School of Law on September 25-26, 2009. Final Response: Professor Ronald Dworkin

Justice for Hedgehogs: Question & Answer - Panel VI
Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book held at Boston University School of Law on September 25-26, 2009. Panel VI: Politics and Justice II Question & Answer - Panel VI

Justice for Hedgehogs: Professor Stephen Macedo
Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book held at Boston University School of Law on September 25-26, 2009. Panel VI: Politics and Justice II Professor Stephen Macedo

Justice for Hedgehogs: Professor Robert Bone
Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book held at Boston University School of Law on September 25-26, 2009. Panel VI: Politics and Justice II Professor Robert Bone

Justice for Hedgehogs: Professor Jeremy Waldron
Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book held at Boston University School of Law on September 25-26, 2009. Panel VI: Politics and Justice II Professor Jeremy Waldron

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