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Burnham Honored as "Living Legend"
The Museum of African American History will honor Professor Margaret Burnham along with actor and humanitarian Harry Belafonte and former Mayor Thomas M. Menino as "living legends" on March 7.More »
Sports Law & Fenway Park
Hit a home run this summer with a sports law course that includes a private tour of Fenway Park, meetings with top-level Red Sox executives and tickets to Red Sox games. This for-credit class (and others) are available to students who have completed a first year at an ABA-approved law school as well as practitioners who want to audit this extraordinary course. Find out more about NUSL Summer now!More »
Clashing Rights: Free Speech and Reproductive Autonomy
On April 25, 2014, join prominent legal scholars and practitioners to explore the relationship between free speech and reproductive autonomy. Panel discussions will focus on key issues, including the rights of physicians to speak freely to their patients, the rights of abortion protesters to have their message heard and the way that courts should review the clash of rights.More »
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