Q&A on Pope Francis’ visit to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Supreme Court case surrounding it
UMass Law Professor Dwight Duncan discusses the impact of Francis’ visit and if any past cases offer predictive value in how the Supreme Court will address this issue under the new healthcare law.
UMass Law Visits the American Museum of Tort Law
Several members of the UMass Law community traveled to Winstead, Connecticut to attend the convocation of the American Museum of Tort Law.
Director of Massachusetts Veterans Court Program and UMass Law Alumnus Edward Callahan to speak at law school September 21
Attorney Edward Callahan ’13 returns to UMass Law to speak with students on experience as inaugural director of veterans court program
UMass Law professors to speak on hot button Supreme Court decisions
UMass Law faculty members will discuss three Supreme Court cases from the most recent term
UMass Law Alumna Isabel Saavedra joins family immigrant detention pro bono project
Serving as contract attorney, Isabel Saavedra '14 will assist women and children detained at Dilley, Texas detention facility
Dwight Duncan to Discuss Religious Freedom at St. Thomas More Parish Hall
UMass Law Professor Dwight Duncan will speak at the St. Thomas More Parish Hall in Braintree, MA on July 28th at 6:30 pm.
Q&A on the legal consequences of a pocket-dial call
"Privacy isn't free. If your privacy is important to you, you have to take reasonable steps to protect it." -- UMass Law Professor Shaun Spencer
UMass Law Professor Jeremiah Ho reacts to Supreme Court decision on marriage equality
"They say that June is historically the month of weddings. But since the 1970s and 1980s, it has also become the national month of pride fests and parades..."
Building Community Capacity for HIV-Positive Individuals in Southcoast, Massachusetts: A Pathway to an Interdisciplinary Academic-Community Partnership
UMass Law professors granted $32,000 toward research in building community capacity for HIV positive individuals.
UMass Law graduates diverse '15 class
UMass Law's Commencement Exercises were held on Monday, May 18, 2015, featuring commencement speaker Rikki Kileman.