Lawyering for the Sustainable City
Save the Date for NUSL’s First Environmental Law Conference! This free conference will explore important roles that lawyers play in questioning old arrangements and fashioning ecologically sound designs to support resilient, healthy, and equitable communities in the face of environmental threats and uncertainties. Read more »
If We Make Legal Education More Experiential, Would it Really Matter?
In a Legal Whiteboard blog, Professor Bill Henderson of Indiana University writes about Northeastern, "Preliminary data from our Research Bulletin No 3 suggest that the co-op program does remarkably well in developing the three apprenticeships identified by the Carnegie Report." Read more »
Legal Scholarship 4.0: Looking Toward the FutureHarvard Law Review or ScotusBlog? Solitary Insight or Collaboration? First Principles or Qualitative Empiricism? Where is Legal Scholarship Going? Where... Read more »
NUSL Environmental Law ConferenceCities are inventive places where new collaborations foster creative solutions to pressing environmental challenges, such as changing climate, rising sea levels,... Read more »