Visiting Professor Romulo Sampaio presented Relevant Regulatory Issues Regarding Public Parks Management, as part of the Urban Fellows Program on Jan. 31. He discussed an ongoing case study of Flamengo Park, Rio de Janeiro’s largest urban park, and the legal solutions being developed to create a financially sustainable park.
Get ready to don your evening’s best and strut the red carpet right into the 25th Annual Public Interest Law Association Auction on Saturday, Feb. 25. This year’s auction theme, “A Night at the Lawscars,” celebrates the real stars: all of you!
Students, faculty, and alumni are invited to mix, mingle, and partake… more »
Jessica Leiva (J.D. ’19) knew she wanted to be a lawyer since she was a teenager. But her dreams were pushed aside after she graduated from college and entered the workforce. The birth of her son propelled her to set an example for him.
Although she had proven successful in other endeavors—she was the first… more »
Social enterprise is difficult to define and classify. Organizations as distinct as Habitat for Humanity (nonprofit), Warby Parker (for profit) and Amtrak (government owned) combine a social mission with profit-making and can be viewed as social enterprises. Associate professor Cass Brewer and his colleagues determined that a unique metaphor might provide a more… more »
Literacy plays an important role in developing and maintaining healthy communities. Yet almost one percent of U.S. adults cannot read at all, and 1 of 6 U.S. adults have difficulty reading above an elementary level.
In January, the Center for Law, Health & Society invited Daphne Greenberg, director and professor, and Iris Feinberg (Ph.D. ’15),… more »
The Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth has a new brochure, providing an updated look at all of the center’s programming. Learn more about our professional development opportunities and student programming by viewing our new brochure.