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Notable Faculty Publications

Robert Bloom ’71 and Mark Brodin co-authored Examples & Explanations for Criminal Procedure: The Police and the Constitution, 9th Edition (Wolters Kluwer), a popular casebook companion for its clear explanations and useful hypotheticals. Brodin also co-wrote (with Michael Avery) the Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, 2020 Edition (Wolters Kluwer). Kari Hong, in “10 Reasons Why Congress Should Defund ICE’s Deportati...

Faculty Milestones

Next Up: Dean Vincent Rougeau became president-elect of the Association of American Law Schools in January. Consumer Powerhouse: Patricia McCoy presented at events and hearings sponsored by the Consumer Federal Protection Bureau, the Senate Banking Committee, University of Michigan Center on Finance, Law, and Policy, the Penn Institute for Urban Research and the Wharton Public Policy Initiative, and the Harvard Joint Center o...

Faculty Milestones

Doing the Right Thing: “This will be a terrific resource for the bar, the public, litigants, and anyone interested in researching professional responsibility law and procedure in Massachusetts,” said Vincent J. Pisegna, chair of the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers, speaking of the new Massachusetts Legal Ethics: Substance and Practice. Professor Paul Tremblay co-produced the treatise. On the Job: Katharine Young wa...

Notable Faculty Publications

Cheryl Bratt, in “Top-Down or from the Ground?: A Practical Perspective on Reforming the Field of Children and the Law” (Yale Law Journal Forum), applauds Anne C. Daily and Laura A. Rosenbury’s “revolutionary call to arms” for children’s law reforms, but suggests a youth-directed strategy to achieve the goal rather than the constitutional law overhaul the scholars propose. Frank Garcia (with Timothy Meyer) writes...