In her Commencement address, MA SJC Justice Hines argues that the law is a tool that must be used against discrimination and inequality.
A new film captures the saga of BC Law alumnae, whose Chinatown bank was the only one to face criminal charges in the 2008 financial crisis.
A possible future president, Martin O'Malley challenges, amuses as a visiting lecturer.
Chief Judge Merrick Garland was among the esteemed panelists hearing the case at the Grimes Moot Court Finals.
Professor Bloom talks to the Boston Globe about Hernandez, Bella Bond cases.
Ray Madoff talks to Radio Live on the legal issues surrounding cryonics.
Professor Hong talks to CNN about next steps in text message suicide case.
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Madoff launches an effort to fix the wrongs of donor-advised funds.
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When Professor George Brown writes about corruption, even Supreme Court justices listen.
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Professor Diane Ring gives voice to the concerns of emerging nations.
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Our lawyer-scientist's research shapes national guidelines on overuse.
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Professor Patricia McCoy's pivotal role in righting the mortgage market.
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Professor Kent Greenfield's research has real impact in Hershey case.
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