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.
Suffolk University Law School is pleased to welcome Joshua M. Dalton of Bingham McCutchen to this week’s Intellectual Property podcast. Click to learn more about Suffolk Law’s IP Concentration.
Isaac Cordova, JD ’11, President of Suffolk Law’s Native American Law Students Association, discusses NALSA’s October 7 event Gaining Acceptance, Retaining Identity: Dealing with Tribal Court Jurisprudence in a Shrinking World.
Professor Rustad, Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property Concentration Co-Director, discusses the licensing of software in our first IP podcast of 2010. To learn more about our IP concentration visit http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip/
Suffolk Law Professor Russell G. Murphy discusses his new book, Voices of the Death Penalty Debate: A Citizen’s Guide to Capital Punishment, in this podcast.
Suffolk Law Professor Victoria Dodd discusses her course and treatise in Education Law as well as the field generally.
Jessica Lee, a Suffolk Law second year student, discusses her experiences at Suffolk, including beginning her studies in the Evening Division, student life at Suffolk and interning in Boston. To learn more visit www.law.suffolk.edu.
Suffolk Law’s Dean of Admissions Gail N. Ellis introduces the entering class of 2010. To learn more about Suffolk Law’s admissions process visit http://law.suffolk.edu/admissions/.
Professor Janda discusses Suffolk Law’s Peer Mentoring and Bar Prep Programs. Further information is online at http://www.law.suffolk.edu/offices/deanofstu/disability/resources/
Second year student Jason Panzarino discusses life as a Suffolk Law student in this podcast. To learn more about Suffolk, including information about our elective course offerings, visit www.law.suffolk.edu.
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Executive Director Susan Prosnitz discusses the Center’s career placement initiatives. For more information please visit www.rappaportcenter.org or follow the Center on Facebook and Twitter.
Assistant Dean of Students Michelle Harper discusses her role as Suffolk Law’s Disability Compliance Officer in this podcast. Click to learn more.
Doctors around the country often face medical and ethical dilemmas. Joining NECN to explore a case in Boston in which a family wanted to harvest the eggs of a brain dead woman is Professor Charles Kindregan of Suffolk University. Kindregan is an expert in family law. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_071910.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Professor Kindregan discusses issues surrounding oocyte retrieval for the purpose of posthumous reproduction following anoxic brain injury. The NE Journal of Medicine published an article on this topic featuring Professor Kindregan July 15, 2010.
Suffolk Law Dean of Admissions Gail Ellis discusses the required Authorization and Certification of Good Standing form. This form is required of all incoming students to Suffolk University Law School and is due August 7, 2010.
Professor Frank Rudy Cooper discusses Search Incident to Arrest Doctrine in this podcast.
Despite criticisms Elena Kagan lacks judicial experience or political service, White House officials do not believe those concerns will hurt her chances to sit on our nation’s high court. Professor Landers discusses the confirmation hearings with NECN. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/KaganHearings.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video ( right click – save as)
Christopher Teague, Associate Director of Suffolk Law’s Career Development Office, discusses programming initiatives for Suffolk Law students and alumni.
Gina Doherty, Director of Law School Academic Technology, discusses laptop information for incoming students in this podcast. Click to learn more about Suffolk Law’s Department of Academic Technology.
Daryl Johnson, JD ’11 and Jonathan White, JD ’11, of Suffolk University Law School’s Black Law Students Association, discuss BLSA‘s activities and mission.
Professor Ramy discusses his book Succeeding in Law School in this podcast. The second edition of Professor Ramy’s book will be published June 10, 2010 by Carolina Academic Press.
Newark, NJ Mayor Cory A. Booker addressed Suffolk Law graduates on May 23, 2010.
Professor Carter Bishop discusses his Arkansas Law Review article on the Low Profit LLC (L3C). To read Professor Bishop’s article please click here.
Suffolk University Law School Professor Robert H. Smith joins NECN to discuss President Obama’s nomination of Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court and the confirmation process ahead. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_051010.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Gary C. Ganzi, JD ’08, discusses ways in which to improve patent quality as well as viewing patent quality from a public policy perspective. Click to learn more about Suffolk Law’s IP Concentration.
Legal experts say the $28 billion budget passed by the Massachusetts House last week is bad for the judicial system. The budget includes more than $1 billion in spending cuts, which could mean court closures and state layoffs. Joining NECN to explain how the budget could impact the state courts is Suffolk University law Professor...
Timothy Bolen, a third year student, discusses his Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy article Singled Out: Application and Defense of Anti-Trust Law and Single Entity Status to Non-Team Sports.
Suffolk University Law School Professor and Intellectual Property Concentration Co-Director Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the 2nd Circuit’s decision in the Salinger v Colting case.
Until recently, every juvenile who appeared in court after an arrest has been brought into court in shackles — for offenses as minor as a school food fight. But, a group of Suffolk University law students helped change that. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_042610.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video ( right click – save as)
We are pleased to welcome Ben Sheffner, Senior Counsel, NBC Universal Television Group, to this week’s Intellectual Property podcast. Mr. Sheffner and Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discuss Viacom’s suit of Youtube in this podcast.
Suffolk University Law School Professor Erik Pitchal discusses the lawsuit filed by Children’s Rights, a national children’s advocacy group, against the state of Massachusetts. Professor Pitchal teaches Suffolk Law’s Child Advocacy Clinic and Family Law. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_041910.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video ( right click – save as)
We are pleased to welcome Professor Darryl C. Wilson of Stetson University College of Law for this week’s Intellectual Property podcast.
Suffolk Law Professor Kim McLaurin discusses anti-bullying legislation being drafted by Massachusetts lawmakers. Click to learn more about Suffolk’s Clinical Programs [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_040610.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Dr. Christine Riefa, a Fulbright EU Scholar-in-Residence at Cleveland Marshall College of Law, discusses her research into consumer protection in Second Life. Dr. Riefa presented a lecture on her research to the Suffolk Law community April 12, 2010.
Judge John M. Greaney, Director of Suffolk Law’s Macaronis Institute of Trial Advocacy, discusses testing the validity of forensic evidence. To learn more about Judge Greaney visit his Suffolk Law Faculty Page. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_032910.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Professor Renee Landers discusses the recently passed health care reform legislation. Professor Landers is the Director of Suffolk’s Health and Biomedical Law Concentration. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_032210.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – Save as)
Suffolk University Law School Professor Andrew Perlman discusses the controversy stemming from Keep America Safe’s ad criticizing the US Department of Justice’s hiring of lawyers who represented accused terrorists.
Alasdair Roberts, Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discusses his new book, The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government. To learn more visit www.aroberts.us.
Eric Belt, of McCarter & English, recently spoke at Suffolk University Law School as part of our Intellectual Property Brown Bag Lunch series. Click to learn more about our Intellectual Property concentration.
In this week’s Intellectual Property podcast, Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, Co-Director of Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property Concentration, discusses the right to publicity and Lindsay Lohan’s suit of E*Trade.
Brian Landry, JD ’07, a Boston-area lawyer practicing in the area of Intellectual Property law, discusses changes affecting patent term adjustment in this installment of our IP podcast series.
Suffolk Law alumnus Paul Cronin, JD ’98, a Boston-based patent lawyer, discusses changes impacting patent marking requirements in this week’s Intellectual Property podcast.
Professor Renee Landers, director of Suffolk Law’s Health and Biomedical Law Concentration, discusses New England states’ legalization of gay marriage. Click to learn more about our Health and Biomedical Law Concentration. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/RLanders_5-11-09-4pm.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Professor Meredith Conway discusses IRS plans to enforce laws to tax employee personal use of company-issued cell phones. Click to learn more about Professor Conway. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/MConway_6-15-09-4pm.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Suffolk Law is pleased to welcome Judge William G. Young to our Intellectual Property podcast series. To learn more about our IP concentration, please visit http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip/
Stacey Friends, JD ’00, discusses the copyright issues surrounding Google’s initiative to digitize books.
Christine Butler, Practitioner in Residence with Suffolk Law’s Battered Women’s Advocacy Clinic, discusses recent murders in Massachusetts in domestic violence cases, as well the increase in domestic violence-related killings across the country. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_020810.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Stacey Friends, JD ’00, discusses Salinger v Colting, the copyright case stemming from Fredrick Colting’s sequel to JD Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye.
As US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination process concluded, Suffolk Law Professor Victoria Dodd discussed Judge Sotomayor with NECN. Learn more about Professor Dodd [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/VDodd_7-13-09-4pm.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
Professor Renee Landers, director of Suffolk Law’s Health and Biomedical Law Concentration, discusses health care reform in the wake of Senator-elect Scott Brown’s recent election victory in Massachusetts. Click to learn more about our Health and Biomedical Law Concentration [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/Sidebar_012510.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)
This panel addressed various issues around charter schools and other innovative educational options in Massachusetts. Among other topics, the panel will discuss currently pending legislative proposals filed by Mayor Thomas Menino and Governor Deval Patrick. Program featured keynote speaker Chris Gabrieli, Co-Founder and Chair of Mass 2020.