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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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(From the Calgary Herald) Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Jim Prentice carved himself some wiggle room Sunday on term limits, suggesting his controversial pledge to restrict the number of years Alberta politicians hold office could be accomplished through internal party policy instead of legislation.
BOSTON, MA -- The Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court today announced the formation of a committee that will examine the jury selection process in the five Trial Court departments that conduct jury trials.
(From The Boston Globe) The United States is a very good place to be dead — better than almost anywhere else, legally speaking.
Professor Daniel Kanstroom has been appointed to a three-year term on the editorial board of the International Migration Review, an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal created to encourage and facilitate the study of all aspects of international migration.
(From The Washington Post) “Checked the tax code,” wrote a friend who’s engaged to a woman from a low-tax country.
(From the New York Times) When Chris Tittle meets new people and the topic turns to his work, he sometimes fishes in his pockets and produces a business card that reads “Abraham Lincoln.”
A federal judge's ruling that a former high school teacher who claimed she was fired for disparaging students in an online blog can't sue the district for violating her right to free speech is one of the first court decisions involving public employees and their online comments about the workplace, said Law Professor Mary-Rose Papandrea.
It’s a neat trick for big American companies to avoid a heap of American taxes: stop being American.
Professor Michael Cassidy was on WBUR to discuss MA probation department corruption verdicts in federal district court.
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