Assistant Dean Patrick Shin, who received the Cornelius J. Moynihan Teaching Award in 2011, was recognized in the latest issue of Lawyers of Color as one of the most influential minority law professors under 50.
"A Multifront War" The Federalist Society reviewed in Sunday Times "The greatest strength of this book is showing how conservatives viewed their effort to take back the Constitution as a multifront war," Jeffrey Rosen writes of The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took The Law Back From Liberals. The book was co-authored by professor Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin '09.
Lots of Guns, Little Crime Andrew Clark '13 explains in BBC News Iceland is a country with an estimated 90,000 guns, yet the country has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world. Andrew Clark '13, whose thesis explored the rarity of crime in Iceland, explains what they're doing right.
Working With Jay-Z Kimberly Ann Miale '04 hired by Roc Nation Sports Miale was brought on board as a contract advisor with Jay-Z's newly-minted Roc Nation Sports, where she'll represent Jets quarterback Geno Smith.
Professor Landers on NPR Questions on health law reform What can the 2006 reforms in Massachusetts teach us about the implementation of the ACA? How does the ACA compare to Medicaid? Professor Renee Landers shared her thoughts with NPR's The Takeaway.
Accelerate Your Legal Marketing 10 opportunities lawyers miss John McDougall, CEO of McDougall Interactive and author of Web Marketing on All Cylinders, discusses what he learned about internet marketing at Suffolk Law's Super Marketing Conference III.