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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.
Newton, MA--Third -year law student Alexis Applegate won the Ethics Award from The Northeast Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel.
Newton, MA--The Boston Bar Association has selected its 2013 Public Interest Leadership Program class, and 3 of 15 members graduated from BC Law.
Newton, MA--the new rankings system, meant to emphasize employment over other criteria, put BC Law at #21.
Newton, MA--The Boston College McMullen Museum of Art’s new exhibit “Portugal, Jesuits and Japan: Spiritual Beliefs and Earthly Goods” offers many opportunities to reflect on the nature of faith, commerce and culture, both in the sixteenth century and today. This remarkably fertile period was also quite influential in the development of modern international law, and Boston College Law School Professors Paulo Barrozo and Frank J. Garcia will address these themes in a panel on “Encounters with the Other and with Ourselves.”
Newton, MA--Three of the five candidates in the recent Massachusetts primaries to decide which party candidates will compete in the special election to fill John Kerry's Senate seat are graduates of BC Law.