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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.

Feb 2, 2010
Copyright Fair Use

Fred Koenig, JD ’79, co-founder of Volpe and Koenig, discusses the doctrine of Fair Use in copyright law.

Jan 26, 2010
Credit and Catastrophe

Professor Kathleen C. Engel, a Suffolk Law faculty member and national authority on mortgage finance and regulation, subprime and predatory lending, and housing discrimination, discusses her course, Credit and Catastrophe.

Jan 25, 2010
Student Strip Search

June 29, 2009 – U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that a Strip Search of a Middle School Student Was Unconstitutional – Professor Karen Blum, who teaches in the area of civil rights at Suffolk Law, discusses the Supreme Court’s ruling on the constitutionality of an Arizona school’s forced strip search of a teenaged student. Learn more...

Jan 25, 2010
Chrysler Bankruptcy

May 21, 2009 – Chrysler Bankruptcy – Professor Herbert Lemelman discusses the implications of bankruptcy protection for Chrysler. To learn more about Professor Lemelman.[quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/HLemelman_5-18-09-4pm.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click -sSave as)

Jan 25, 2010
Careers in IP

As part of our Intellectual Property podcast series, Professor Jessica Silbey discusses career choices available to law school graduates interested in working in IP.

Jan 25, 2010
Intellectual Property as a Currency for Innovation

Gary C. Ganzi, JD ’08, discusses the value of Intellectual Property as a currency for innovation in this week’s IP podcast. To learn more about our IP concentration, please visit http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip/.

Jan 18, 2010
Professor Michael Avery: “Full Body Scanning and Privacy Issues”

Professor Michael Avery, director of Suffolk Law’s Civil Litigation Concentration, discusses the privacy implications of the use of full body scanning machines at airports. To learn more about our Civil Litigation Concentration, please visit  http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/civlit/. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/MAvery_011110.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)

Jan 18, 2010
Professor Alasdair Roberts: “The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government”

Alasdair Roberts, the Jerome L. Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy at Suffolk University Law School, discusses his forthcoming book, “The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government,” to be published by Oxford University Press in March 2010. [quicktime]http://web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com/1c2web3555/SULV/ARoberts.m4v[/quicktime] Download Video (right click – save as)

Jan 12, 2010
Intro To Persuasive Writing

Intro To Persuasive Writing

Jan 12, 2010
Transitioning from Objective to Persuasive

Transitioning from Objective to Persuasive

Jan 12, 2010
The Current Law School Admissions Environment

Dean Ellis discusses the 2009-2010 law and graduate school enrollment environment and the effects of an increased applicant pool on the law school admissions process.

Jan 5, 2010
Remedies for Patent Infringement

Remedies for Patent Infringement with Prof. Andrew Beckerman-Rodau

Dec 29, 2009
Participation in Standard Setting Organizations

Suffolk University Law School thanks K & L Gates for allowing us to include this podcast in our Intellectual Property podcast series.

Dec 29, 2009
100 Years of Statutory Licensing Under Copyright Law

Suffolk University Law School graduate Walter McDonough, the founder of the Future of Music Coalition, discusses statutory copyright law with us in this week’s Intellectual Property podcast.

Dec 15, 2009
Inequitable Conduct and Larson v Aluminart

Suffolk University Law School offers, within our Intellectual Property concentration, a specialization in Patent Law. This podcast is part of what will be an ongoing series on topics in Intellectual Property law.

Dec 15, 2009
International Children’s Rights

Suffolk University Law School offers a concentration for students in International Law. This podcast features Professor Sara Dillon discussing her course International Children’s Rights and her forthcoming book on this topic.

Dec 10, 2009
12th Annual Elder Law Symposium: part 2

12th Annual Elder Law Symposium: Issues Arising from Our Mobile Society-The Practical Impact on Elder Law Practice

Dec 10, 2009
12th Annual Elder Law Symposium: part 1

12th Annual Elder Law Symposium: Issues Arising from Our Mobile Society-The Practical Impact on Elder Law Practice

Dec 8, 2009
Inequitable Conduct and Exergen v Wal-Mart

Suffolk University Law School offers, within our Intellectual Property concentration, a specialization in Patent Law. This Podcast is part of what will be an ongoing series on topics in Intellectual Property Law

Nov 24, 2009
The Supreme Court Bilski Case

Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, Co-Director of Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property concentration, discusses the important patent law case Bilski and its recent oral argument before the US Supreme court in this podcast.

Nov 24, 2009
The Rappaport Fellows Program with Melanie Manoach, JD ’08

The Rappaport Fellows Program in Law and Public Policy, with Exec. Dir. Susan Prosnitz and Melanie Manoach, JD ’08

Nov 24, 2009
Deciding Between Patent & Trade Secret Protection

Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, Co-Director of Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property concentration, discusses deciding between patent and trade secret protection in this podcast.

Nov 24, 2009
Ariad v Eli Lilly

Suffolk University Law School offers, within out Intellectual Property concentration, a specialization in Patent Law. This podcast is part of what will be an ongoing series on topics in Patent Law.

Nov 24, 2009
IP Podcast Series Introduction

Suffolk University Law School offers, within our Intellectual Property concentration, a specialization in Patent Law. This podcast is part of what will be an ongoing series on topics in Patent Law.

Nov 24, 2009
Public Interest and Pro Bono with Dr. Harper

This week Michelle Harper (JD ’04) discusses her work administering the public interest and pro bono programs available through our Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service.

Nov 11, 2009
The Days Before Final Exams

Law School Academic Support Program  –  The Days Before Final Exams

Nov 11, 2009
Catching up with Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor

Law School Faculty Voices  –  Catching Up with Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law

Nov 10, 2009
Corporate Governance

Law School Special Events and Presentations  –  Corporate Governance

Nov 10, 2009
A knock at the Door

Law School Faculty Voices – A Knock at the Door

Oct 27, 2009
Publishing in Landslide

Student Voices  –  Publishing in Landslide  –  Suffolk’s IP Law Concentration has developed into one of the most comprehensive IP programs in the country, giving students the opportunity to take advanced courses in each branch of intellectual property law.

Oct 20, 2009
Top 10 Things Patent Practitioners are Talking About

Faculty Voices  –  Top 10 Things Patent Practitioners are Talking About with Respect to KSR and Bilski – Suffolk University Law School offers five academic concentrations. Within our Intellectual Property concentration, we offer a specialization in Patent Law. In this podcast, Kirk Teska, a member of our adjunct faculty, discusses KSR and Bilski.

Oct 15, 2009
Transitioning From the Classroom to the Examination Bluebook

Law School Academic Support Program – Transitioning From the Classroom to the Examination Bluebook

Oct 7, 2009
First Year Skills

Law School Exams – First Year Skills – Suffolk University Law School Professor Elbert Robertson shares an overview of the legal methods instruction he shares with students in his first yer Torts class. In addition to Torts, Professor Robertson teaches Anti-Trust law at Suffolk.

Oct 7, 2009
Wrongful Conviction: Preventing Wrongful Convictions

ALS – Preventing Wrongful Convictions

Oct 6, 2009
Roman Polanski’s Arrest

Law in the News – Professor Valerie Epps, Director of Suffolk University Law School’s International Law Concentration, speaks about the arrest and possible extradition of Roman Polanski as part of our series “Law in the News.”

Sep 23, 2009
Interning in London

Student Voices – Suffolk Law’s relationship with the Center for International Legal Studies allows students to intern throughout the world. This podcast features one of our students talking about her experience in London.

Sep 23, 2009
The Yellow Ribbon Program

Admissions Process Information – Suffolk University proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. This program is available to students in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Sawyer Business School and the Law School.

Sep 9, 2009
National Women’s Law Students Recruiting Event

Student Voices – National Women’s Law Students Association’s Women in the Judiciary Recruiting Event

Sep 9, 2009
Persuasive Rules and Rules Explanations

Legal Writing Tips – Persuasive Rules and Rules Explanations

Sep 9, 2009
Primary Authority

Legal Research Refresher – Primary Authority

Sep 9, 2009
Study Aids and Study Skills

Academic Support Program – Study Aids and Study Skills

Sep 9, 2009
Successfully Writing an Exam

Exam Skills – Successfully Writing an Exam

Sep 9, 2009
The Foreclosure Crisis

In The News – The Foreclosure Crisis

Sep 9, 2009
Interning in Valencia, Spain

Interning in Valencia, Spain – Suffolk Law’s Relationship with the center for International Legal Studies allows students to intern throughout the world. This podcast features one of out students talking about her experience in Spain and her professional interest in immigration law.

Sep 9, 2009
Mock Trial, March 2009

Mock Classes and Mock Trials – Mock Trial, March 2009