Wendy Parmet, the Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Law, recently won the Jay Healey Health Law Teachers Award from the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics in honor of her distinguished work as a health law jurist and educator.
Northeastern law professor Daniel Medwed says that the jury selection process in the trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will differ from other federal cases in two fundamental ways.
The true crime podcast from This American Life “takes us back to one of the most basic tenets of storytelling: suspense,” says journalist Dina Kraft, associate program coordinator of Northeastern’s Media Innovation program.
The Northeastern University School of Law will launch an online master’s program in Spring 2015 that focuses on equipping non-lawyers with legal skills and knowledge that can be applied in the workplace.
Rachel Rosenbloom, an immigration policy expert and associate professor of law at Northeastern, discusses the surge of unaccompanied children from Central America crossing into the U.S. in recent months and how the federal government should respond to the situation.
In April, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick filed legislation that would ban noncompete clauses in the state, saying that they restrict innovation. Here, law professor David Phillips offers insight into the role of noncompete clauses and how the potential new law could impact businesses.
Northeastern University School of Law on Friday hosted its annual Women in the Law conference, this year titled Fearless: Risk Equals Reward, which provides career guidance and professional development growth to female attorneys and other professionals.
Kennedy, a leading scholar on race issues and the Michael R. Klein Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, will address more than 200 graduates at the commencement ceremony on May 23.