News

OGC Attorneys Awarded 2017 Infinite Mile Award

August 2017

On May 18, 2017 the Offices of the President, Vice President and General Counsel, and Executive Vice President and Treasurer presented OGC lawyers Dahlia Fetouh and Richelle Nessralla the 2017 Infinite Mile Award for Problem Solving and Leadership.

OGC Helps MIT Employee at Risk of Deportation

July 2017

MIT custodian Francisco Rodriguez was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on July 13, and is at risk of being deported back to El Salvador.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Issues New Regulations for Human Subjects Research

June 2017

For the first time in over forty years, the U.S. Government has issued new regulations governing the use of human subjects in federally-funded research projects.

OGC Attorney Margaret Brill Retires

May 2017

With much gratitude and mixed emotions, we celebrated the retirement of Margaret Brill in June, 2016.

Protests and demonstrations on college campuses

April 2017

Recent protests have highlighted the balance between the right to free expression and the obligation to be nondisruptive.