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Visiting Faculty

faculty and administration

Barnico, Thomas
Mr. Barnico is currently a Visiting Professor from Practice at Boston College Law School.  At Boston College, he teaches Administrative Law, and the Attorney General Clinical Program, a program he has directed since 1989. 

Mr. Barnico served as an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1981 to 2010.  He represented the state and its officers in civil cases involving constitutional law, administrative law, and business regulation.  He has argued three cases in the United States Supreme Court, eighteen cases in the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and 72 cases in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.

Mr. Barnico received his A.B. degree from Dartmouth College in 1977.  He received his J.D. degree from Boston College Law School in 1980.  He served as an Assistant District Attorney in Essex County (MA) in 1980 and 1981.

Biondi, Jane
Jane Biondi received her J.D. degree cum laude from Boston College Law School in 1999, where she was an articles editor of the BC Law Review.  In addition, Professor Biondi holds a Masters degree in English.  Following law school, she practiced commercial litigation in Boston, first with Choate Hall & Stewart and then with Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. Since 2003 she has taught at Harvard Law School, both in their first year lawyering course and in their civil clinical program at the Hale and Dorr Legal Services Center.  For the fall of 2008, she will return to BC Law to teach the Civil Litigation Clinic and seminar.


Brudney, Victor
Professor Brudney is the Robert B. and Candice J. Hass Professor in Corporate Finance Law (emeritus) at Harvard Law School.  He received his LL. B from Columbia University in 1940, and joined the Harvard Law School faculty in 1970.  He will teach First Amendment and Corporate Speach in the fall semester.

Daly, Rosemary

Foote, Elizabeth 
Elizabeth Foote specializes in administrative law and regulatory legislation.  She received a J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1983, where she was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.  After a clerkship on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, she practiced law for several years at Covington & Burling in D.C. and later at the Environmental Protection Agency.  Since 1991, she has taught courses on government regulation, constitutional structure of government, and the U.S. legal system, at Boston University School of Law, Harvard Law School, and Cambridge University (U.K.), in addition to Boston College Law School. 

Wylie, Norah