Professor Kristin Madison examines the potential outcomes of the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on President Obama’s signature health-care legislation.
At Northeastern’s School of Law commencement on Friday, speakers urged law graduates to use their careers to pursue social justice and make positive change in the world.
Northeastern hosted a reception Wednesday to highlight Spieler’s transformative impact on the university after her decade-long tenure.
On Thursday, students, faculty, alumni and guests from the School of Law commemorated World Intellectual Property Day, celebrating visionary innovators, their contributions and the role of IP.
To conquer Jeopardy!, IBM may have Watson, but Northeastern has Doug Lloyd. The law student, who graduates next month, bested the competition on an episode of the classic TV quiz show that aired […]
On Friday, the Northeastern University Law Journal hosted a forum on bullying and hazing, the subject of its newest print edition.
The death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed, black teenager shot by self-appointed community watch captain George Zimmerman in Florida, has sparked a turbulent nationwide dialogue on race and so-called “stand your ground” laws, which authorize the use of lethal force in cases of self-defense. On Tuesday, law professor Deborah Ramirez spoke at a panel convened by Congressional Democrats to address the case.
This summer, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled graphic new cigarette warning labels that will be required to appear on packages starting next year. We talked to law professor Richard Daynard, the president of the School of Law’s Public Health Advocacy Institute and chair of its Tobacco Products Liability Project, about the effectiveness of warning labels and a lawsuit challenging the new labels’ legality.
Roger Abrams, the Richardson Professor of Law at Northeastern’s School of Law, examines the new NFL labor agreement and the state of the sport.
Panel at Northeastern law school sheds light on the need for attorneys to be part of the solution for victims of human trafficking
Through fellowship, recent School of Law graduate examined contemporary ethical issues through the historical lens of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
Hope Lewis, who is legally blind, named Employee of the Year by the Carroll Center for the Blind and the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind