Our community is constantly evolving.
Our Alumni Community
Boston College Law School’s alumni make up a worldwide network of over 13,000 members who are committed to supporting each other and mentoring current BC Law students. At BC Law, we believe in the value of experiential education, and we have watched as our alumni have taken the lessons learned in our lectures and applied them to their professional careers.
As we prepare to cultivate the next generation of leaders, we encourage your active participation in our alumni community. By attending our events, volunteering for BC Law, and making a gift, you can help ensure that our community remains on the rise.
The Law School Office of Career Services offers a suite of tools through the SAGE online platform.
Use your SAGE account to schedule an appointment with a career counselor. Alternatively, please call 617-552-4345 for assistance in scheduling an appointment.
Alumni Career Resources
Use our online directory BC LawNet to search for your classmates’ contact information, register for events, submit Class Notes, maintain an @bc.edu forwarding address, and review and update your contact information. BC LawNet is available to all BC Law alumni and current students.
BC Law School Magazine, our official alumni magazine, highlights the people, programs, and legal endeavors that make BC Law one of America’s leading professional academies.
The BC Law: Impact blog is run by students, for students. It chronicles the daily lives of BC Law students and the internships and volunteer opportunities they complete outside the classroom.
Digital Commons @ BC Law is the home of the scholarly works of the BC Law community. Here you can find BC's Law Reviews, as well as the latest publications by BC Law’s prolific faculty.
BC Law alumni maintain an active alumni group on LinkedIn. Request access to join.
The Power of Your Gift
“During my time here at BC Law, I've participated in a few of the wide-ranging practical experiences offered by our outstanding faculty. These hands-on experiences have been instrumental in helping me to discover my legal calling. Perhaps more importantly, my scholarship has given me the freedom to follow my dreams and aspirations, free from financial pressures.”
–Stephen LaBrecque ’17
“Your donations help students travel for national moot court competitions, obtain critical hands-on experience with real-world cases through our clinics, pursue public interest summer jobs, and host important conferences on cutting-edge themes. Your investment in our faculty enables them to attain even greater success by traveling nationally and internationally in support of their research agendas.”
–R. Michael Cassidy
Professor and Rappaport Center Faculty Director
“There was a sense in the air when we were all [at BC Law] from ’65 to ’68 that human rights and civil rights get a priority. A sense that, as much as lawyers are devoted in so many fields of their work, doing this work is particularly important. The school set that tradition and it still does.”
–Walt Kelly ’68
Labor and civil rights lawyer who represented exonerated rapist and convicted murderer Steven Avery, the subject of the hit Netflix series Making a Murderer
“As a faculty member, I see firsthand the impact your gift will have on the lives of our students. Here they dive deeply into the law, surrounded by equally passionate scholars and guided by a shared commitment to justice. They become leaders not only in their communities but in the world—and the Law School Fund makes it happen.”
–Judith A. McMorrow