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Newton, MA--Addressing the Boston College Law School class of 2013, United States Senator William “Mo” Cowan told the graduates that their law degree was the equivalent of a Swiss Army knife.
Newton, MA--the joint symposium issue of the Boston College Law Review (BCLR) and the Boston College International & Comparative Law Review (ICLR) recently went to press.
Newton, MA--Prof. Frank Garcia’s new book Global Justice and International Economic Law: Three Takes proposes a radically new way to evaluate, construct and manage international trade.
Newton, MA – Boston College Law School is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s public service scholarships.
Newton, MA (from NBC News)--Before she was seriously wounded in the Boston Marathon bombings, Brittany Loring didn’t have to give much thought to her graduation walk.
Newton, MA—Twelve BC Law students have received the $5,000 grants, awarded to first- and second-year law students for uncompensated public interest work, in the United States or abroad, during the summer of 2013.
Newton, MA--Beth Zilberman '13 has been awarded a fellowship from Equal Justice Works (EJW).
Newton, MA--Boston College Law School Professor Frank J. Garcia has a new book out titled Global Justice and International Economic Law: Three Takes (Cambridge University Press).
Newton, MA--BC Law professor and former dean Daniel Coquillette delivered the keynote address to the National Conference of Bar Exmainers in April, discussing the three great ideas of American legal education, and the current crisis of delicning applications.
Newton, MA--A third-year student's Law Review note on discarded DNA was mentioned in a Boston Globe article.