- 50th Anniversary
- Online Edition
- Print Edition
- Donahue Lecture Series
The Honorable Frank M. Gaziano, JD ’89
Associate Justice, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Omni Parker House
60 School Street, Boston
Alumni: $75; 2012-16 graduates and alumni in public service: $50; students: $25
To RSVP, visit attend.com/SULawRevidw50 or
contact Annamaria Mueller at email@example.com or 617-305-1999.
Section 5:31 of the treatise concerning crowdfunding, cites a Note by Patrick, who served as the Executive Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review this past academic year. Patrick’s Note was recently featured in SULR Vol. 49 (2016) and defends SEC crowdfunding rules regulating funding portals.
The treatise quotes Patrick’s piece as supporting two propositions: (1) the screening function the SEC imposes upon intermediaries (i.e. funding portals) is vital to protecting the unsophisticated investor; and (2) funding portals and issuers’ opportunities to self-deal are mitigated by the SEC’s requirement that third-party banks hold funds raised via funding portals in escrow until a target amount is met.
The Suffolk University Law Review is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 Staff Members:
We are thrilled to welcome so many talented individuals to the staff and look forward to making this year one of the best yet.