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Video: Commencement 2011
5/27/11--Watch video of Boston College Law School's 2011 Commencement, where Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Roderick L. Ireland addresses the Class of 2011.  

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Video: Moot Court Finals 2011
5/10/11--Watch video of this year's Moot Court Finals.

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Video: Is Obamacare Unconstitutional?
4/8/11--The American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society co-sponsored the recent debate: "Is Obamacare Constitutional?"

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Video: Client Counseling Competition Finals
3/25/11--Boston College Law School is pleased to present video from this year's Client Counseling Competition finals.

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Video: Careers for Superheroes at the FTC
3/17/11--Jon Leibowitz, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, addressed the BC Law community on Thursday, March 17 with a lecture entitled "Everything but the Cape: Careers for Superheroes at the FTC."

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Video: Robert Drinan, S.J.: Man, Priest and Politician
3/7/11--BC Law held a panel discussion on the new biography "Bob Drinan: The Controversial Life of the First Catholic Priest Elected to Congress."

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Video: Interview with Frank Bellotti
2/9/11--Watch video clips and a read a transcript of our interview with Frank Bellotti, where he talks about his years at BC Law and his experience as attorney general.

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Video: Interview with John Donohue
2/9/11--Watch video clips and read a transcript of our interview with John Donohue, President of Arbella Insurance Group.

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Video: EALR Symposium 
11/23/10--Watch video from the 2010 EALR Fall Symposium, Learning From Disaster. The symposium focused on learning from the current crisis and developing ideas to prevent similar tragedies in the future.

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Video: NCAA Symposium
10/26/10--On October 15, 2010, Boston College Law School and the BC Law Review hosted an all-day symposium examining the legal issues surrounding the unprecedented growth of the NCAA over the last 100 years and the impact on amateurism, academic standards, and student rights.