Faculty News and Appearances
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Boston College Law School faculty are used as legal experts and sources by a growing number of reporters and media outlets, both across the country and around the world. This section of the website contains a selection of links to articles where BC Law faculty have been recently quoted.
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Newton, MA--Professor Brian Galle speaks with CBS on the IRS Tea Party Targetting and the Commissioner Resignation.
Newton, MA--Robert Bloom discusses the possibility of civil lawsuits filed by Marathon bombing victims.
Newton, MA--Professor George D. Brown talks to the Boston Herald about the John O'Brien case.
Newton, MA--Guest Bloggers Mary Ann Chirba and Alice A. Noble - Medical Malpractice, the Affordable Care Act and State Provider Shield Laws: More Myth than Necessity?
Newton, MA--Ray Madoff talks to 'Here and Now's Robin Young about the controversy over the burial location of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tsarnaev.
Newton, MA (from the New York Times)--As the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings, lay in a Worcester, Mass., funeral home for a fourth day, Gov. Deval Patrick said Monday that it was up to the family, not the state, to resolve where the burial would take place.
Newton, MA--Robert Bloom discusses the denial of the use of immunity defense in the Whitey Bulger case.
Newton, MA--Francine Sherman talks to Youth Today about the discussion around child sexual exploitation laws.
Newton, MA--Brian Galle talks to OPB about the Supreme Court's landmark health care ruling and the potential of lawsuits challenging the federal government's authority.
BUSINESS WEEK--Hershey Co. (HSY) should turn over child- labor records for cocoa farms in Ghana and the Ivory Coast as part of an investor suit and to help define U.S. corporations’ legal obligations abroad, two law professors told the judge in a lawsuit over the company’s practices.