At BC Law, a challenging academic experience and supportive faculty transform students into tomorrow’s legal leaders—and our centers and initiatives are the focal point for some of our most important programming. Hundreds of activities on campus and throughout Boston bolster our vibrant intellectual community, allowing students to explore the profession and develop new skills.
From policy debates to practical training, conferences, and philanthropy forums, our programming presents unprecedented opportunities for students to pursue their interests, interact with experts across disciplines, and exceed their own academic expectations.
Engage in dynamic discussion with leaders from government, business, academia, and nonprofits. The Fellows Program puts students committed to public policy careers in internships with top policymakers, civic leaders, and attorneys.
All of our experiential learning programs are in one place, enabling collaboration across legal disciplines through clinics, externships, advocacy programs, the Legal Services LAB, and other opportunities.
BC Law’s Daniel Kanstroom co-directs this University center, which addresses the interdisciplinary needs of human rights work through training, applied research, and the interaction of scholars with practitioners. Home to our Post-Deportation Human Rights Project.
A University center led by BC Law professor Vlad Perju, the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy is ambitious and visionary, focused on fostering original research and thoughtful dialogue on the promise and challenges of constitutional government.