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Law Professor Ray Madoff has been named to Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's 'Top Women of Law' list, which celebrates 'outstanding achievements made by exceptional women' who are deemed to be 'pioneers, educators, trailblazers and role models.' Eight Law School alumnae also were named to the list. BC News Release
Germany is investigating two Germans suspected of spying for the U.S., and has expelled America's top intelligence official in Berlin. Political Science Associate Professor Jonathan Laurence discussed the developments with BBC/PRI 'The World,' Australian Broadcasting Co.'s 'The World Today,' The Hill and La Repubblica, among other media.
Carroll School of Management MBA students recently visited more than 20 companies in China, from local startups to U.S. multinationals, to get a first-hand look at differences in global approaches to business. IME Asia director Greg Stoller described the learning experience in an interview on WBZ 'NightSide with Dan Rea' and in an op-ed for the Boston Business Journal
Created by and starring Greg Poehler '96, NBC's new comedy 'Welcome to Sweden' is loosely based on his own move to Stockholm and is co-produced by his sister, Amy Poehler '93. Greg Poehler, named to Variety's 2014 list of '10 Comics to Watch,' discussed the show with the American Swedish Institute
BC Law School Professor Emerita Sharon Hamby O’Connor and Professor and Lee Distinguished Scholar Mary Sarah Bilder have created a digital catalogue of appeals to the British Privy Council from the American Colonies.