Suffolk Law School covers a range of topics related to a Suffolk legal education. The goal is to share Suffolk Laws’ views by inviting students, alumni, and faculty to discuss critical issues in law. Topics include Intellectual Property, issues in public policy, the ramifications of the foreclosure crisis, and more.
Gretchen Morgenson, a business columnist for the New York Times, discusses her new book Reckless Endangerment: How Outsized Ambition, Greed, and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon.
David L. Lange, Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, discusses his recent article, “Golan v. Holder: Copyright in the Image of the First Amendment.”
Christina M. Gagnier of Gagnier Margossian LLP discusses her recent article featured in the Suffolk Journal of High Technology Law that examines the right to privacy in the digital age.
Stephen Fehr, the Project Director at the Pew Center on the States, discusses the current states’ fiscal crisis in the United States with Professor Alasdair Roberts.
Courtenay Brinckerhoff, a partner at Foley & Lardner in Washington, D.C., discusses her article, “Federal Circuit takes a close look at patent assignment language.”
Suffolk Law offers an annual summer study abroad in Lund, Sweden. The program provides U.S. law students with an opportunity to participate in comparative and international public and private law courses while living in the charming, medieval city of Lund, Sweden. The close interaction of law students and law faculty from the University of Lund...
Kathleen C. Engel, law professor and Associate Dean for Intellectual Life at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the Massachusetts foreclosure crisis and significant cases before the SJC.
Suffolk Law Constitutional Law professor and Supreme Court scholar Robert Smith discusses Immigration Reform in light of recent state regulation concerning illegal immigration.
James Carroll, author and Suffolk University Distinguished Scholar in Residence, joins us for a special edition of our podcast series to discuss his newest book, Jerusalem, Jerusalem.
In the fourth episode of IP Issues with Lando & Anastasi, Tom McNulty and Tom McGinnis, attorneys with the Cambridge, Massachusetts firm Lando & Anastasi, discuss protecting software in the shifting IP landscape.
Attorney Rachel Self JD ’04, discusses both her Boston-based private practice and her on-air work with Fox News. Learn more about Attorney Self and see her Fox News appearances at her website.
Professor Michael Rustad, the Co-Director of Suffolk Law’s IP concentration, discusses Suffolk graduates practicing Patent Law in top Boston law firms. Access the study. Learn more about our nationally-ranked IP concentration.
Professor Kindregan, a member of the Suffolk Law Faculty who teaches Family Law, discusses alimony reform in Massachusetts.
Mark Fischer, Partner at Duane Morris and Adjunct Professor of Copyright Law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the recent copyright lawsuit filed by Victor Willis of the Village People.
Leigh Martinson JD ’03, an Intellectual Property partner at McDermott Will & Emery, discusses the transition from a first to invent to a first to file system. Click to learn more about our IP concentration.
In this week’s Intellectual Property podcast, Dr. Eldora Ellison, an IP Director at Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox, discusses the America Invents Act of 2011 and its implications.
We are pleased to welcome Nicholas Holahan JD ’13 to our latest Student Voices podcast to discuss his experience as an evening student at Suffolk. Learn more about our evening division.
For the latest installment of the Rappaport Center’s Public Policy Podcast Series, Professor Roberts discusses policymaking at the federal level with Assistant Secretary of State Jose Fernandez.
Self-described as “part silent auction/part village marketplace/part fun-loving open house,” Boston Food Swap is a project co-organized by Advisory Board member Lyn Huckabee to help create a stronger Boston community through trading homegrown, made and foraged food. Listen to our ten minute podcast as Rappaport Center Communications Coordinator Austra Zubkovs chats with Lyn about why...
We are pleased to welcome Krish Gupta JD ’96, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at EMC, to our latest Intellectual Property Podcast. Learn more about our IP Concentration at www.law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip.
Bridgett Halay, Director of Graduate Law Programs at Suffolk University Law School, discusses Suffolk’s LLM in Global Law and Technology. Learn more about our LLM program at http://bit.ly/povMST.
Our Intellectual Property Podcast Series continues this week with Mark A. Fischer of Duane Morris LLP discussing Kim Kardashian’s lawsuit against The Gap for violating her right of publicity. Click to learn more about our IP Program.
Our IP Podcast Series continues with Samuel Miller, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, discussing his recent article Are You Sure You Own the Copyrights in Your Code?. Learn more and read the article at http://bit.ly/oHr16q.
Professor Kindregan, who teaches Family Law at Suffolk, discusses his recently published article on harvesting gametes from deceased or incompetent people in this podcast. Professor Kindregan’s article is online at http://bit.ly/pdSpO0.
Professor Roberts and Management Consultant and Rappaport Center Advisory Board member Jane Wiseman discuss Ms. Wiseman’s recent article Strategic Cutback Management: Law Enforcement for Lean Times in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Suffolk Law Professor Marc Greenbaum continues his discussion of the NFL labor dispute in light of its recent conclusion.
We are pleased to welcome Representative John Keenan JD ’92 of the 7th Essex District of Massachusetts for the latest installment of the Rappaport Center’s Public Policy Podcast Series.
In our latest installment of the Rappaport Center’s Public Policy Podcast Series, Professor Roberts speaks with Scott Harshbarger about casino gambling in Massachusetts. Mr. Harshbarger’s article is online at www.rappaportbriefing.net.
Our IP Issues podcasts continue this week. Craig Smith and Thomas McNulty of Lando & Anastasi discuss recent decisions from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Learn more at lalaw.com and law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip.
Professor Kindregan, who teaches Family Law at Suffolk, discusses the recent lawsuit brought by the Browns, a polygamist family who star in the reality TV show “Sister Wives,” against the state of Utah challenging the state’s statute banning polygamy.
In our final podcast on our nationally ranked programs, Professor Jeffrey Pokorak, Director, discusses our Clinical Programs.
We recently sat down with Suffolk Law Professor Christopher Dearborn to discuss issues in the Whitey Bulger case.
In our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast, Professor Alasdair Roberts is joined by Dan Ryan, a 2009 graduate of Suffolk working with the government of South Sudan in their move toward independence.
Professor Roberts and Monika Bandyopadhyay JD ’11 discuss the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Professor Alasdair Roberts talks to Suffolk Law student Jen Bonar JD ’12 about her summer internship working with Defenders of Wildlife in Anchorage, Alaska. Learn more at www.rappaportcenter.org.
On June 14, 2011 Judge Nancy Gertner spoke at a Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association event held at Suffolk Law to discuss her new book, In Defense of Women: Memoirs of an Unrepentant Advocate.
Suffolk Law Professor Christopher Dearborn discusses his article on the right to counsel prior to custodial interrogation, You Have the Right to an Attorney, but Not Right Now. To access the article, please visit http://bit.ly/mgMxgF.
Professor Alasdair Roberts talks with Mary O’Neill JD ’11 about her receipt of a Fenton Public Service Award in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Professor Timothy Wilton discusses the recent ranking of Suffolk’s Trial Advocacy Program by US News & World Report.
Mark A. Fischer, Duane Morris LLP and Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor of Advanced Copyright, discusses the suit over the use of Mike Tyson’s tattoo in the newly released film The Hangover 2.
The reexamination of patents in the United States Patent & Trademark Office has become a powerful and effective tool to clearly define the boundaries of a patent. In this podcast, Peter Lando and James De Vellis of Lando & Anastasi, LLP discuss how, when, and why to request or defend the reexamination of a patent,...
Professor DeFabritiis discusses her article on companion animals soon to be published in the Northern Illinois Law Review. Download the article.
Patti Jones, JD ’92, reads her article on the F.B.T. Productions v. Aftermath Records and discusses what is otherwise known as the “Eminem” case generally. Read the article at http://bit.ly/h4LZ4W.
Our IP Podcast Series continues with Boston College Law Professor Daniel Lyons IP Brown Bag Lunch presentation entitled Is Net Neutrality a Virtual Taking? Click to learn more about about our IP Concentration.
Suffolk Law Professor Andrew Perlman discusses King & Spalding’s withdrawal from defending the Defense of Marriage Act in this podcast.
Professor Simard and Suffolk Law alumnus Tom Greene, Greene LLP, discuss False Claims Act litigation in this podcast. For additional documents and information pertaining to this topic please visit Mr. Greene’s website.
We are pleased to welcome Michael Likosky, Senior Fellow at New York University’s Institute for Public Knowledge, for our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast. Mr. Likosky’s latest book, Obama’s Bank, is available from Cambridge University Press.
Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches Labor and Employment Law at Suffolk, continues his discussion of the NFL labor dispute in this podcast.
Alasdair Roberts, Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discusses his recent article WikiLeaks: The Illusion of Transparency in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Professor Vinson, Director of Suffolk Law’s Legal Practice Skills Program, discusses the program’s recent national ranking by US News and World Report.