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BC | Law eBrief - Winter 2010-11
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Frank Bellotti: The Interviews

Frank Bellotti

Arbella Insurance recently established the Francis X. Bellotti Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Program with a gift of $3 million. We sat down with Mr. Bellotti and Mr. John Donohue to learn more about the men behind the gift.

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Mob and Me

The Mob and Me: The Musical

Arlene Violet's ('74) latest project is a play based in part on her explosive book.

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Directors' Intensive Program

New: Directors' Intensive Program

BC Law is launching a brand new program on corporate governance.

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News from the Law School


Third-Year Student Paper Accepted for Publication

A paper written by BC Law third-year student Amy Lai for Professor David Wirth's International Organizations seminar has been accepted for publication by the Hong Kong Journal.

 

Greenfield Leads Amicus Brief Submission in Proxy Access Case

Professor Kent Greenfield led the organization of a group of 36 law professors who submitted a brief in response to First Amendment issues put forward by plaintiffs in the recent Business Roundtable and Chamber Of Commerce v. SEC case.


LRAP Continues Record Pace

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that the School’s loan repayment awards have reached an all-time high.

 

Frederick Douglass Moot Court Team Wins Regionals

The BC Law team of Carmelia Estriplet and Phillip Cheng won the Northeast Region Moot Court Competition to take home this year's regional title.

 

Post-Deportation Project Helps Reunite Family

After being separated from his wife and two young sons - all U.S. citizens - for two and a half years, a client of the Post-Deportation Human Rights Project at Boston College is able to rejoin his family in Massachusetts.


Repetti Named Chair of AALS Tax Section

BC Law Professor James Repetti was unanimously elected new Chair of the AALS Tax Section at its Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

BC Law to Host Junior Faculty Conference

BC Law School will be hosting the second annual New England Junior Faculty Spring Conference March 18, 2011.

 

Arbella Gives 3 Million to BC Law for Loan Repayment

Boston College Law School will establish the Francis X. Bellotti Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Program in honor of Arbella Insurance Group Founder, current Arbella board Vice Chairman and former Massachusetts Attorney General Frank Bellotti, who graduated from BC Law in 1952.

 

Sherman Named to Violence Against Women Committee

Francine Sherman, Clinical Professor and Director of the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project has been appointed by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to serve a two-year term on the new National Advisory Committee on Violence Against Women.

 

Preliminary Commencement Brochure Available

Boston College Law School has released its preliminary commencement brochure with information on the May 27, 2011 graduation.

 


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