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The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School has announced the selection of its 2015 Fellows.
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School is pleased to announce the hiring of a new executive director, Elisabeth J. Medvedow.
David Simas ’95, Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Office of Political Strategy and Outreach, will give the Commencement Address at the 2015 Boston College Law School Commencement on Friday, May 22 at 10:30 a.m.
Boston College Law School Class of 2014 graduate Kathryn Manza’s note "Making Chocolate Sweeter: How to Encourage Hershey Company to Clean Up Its Supply Chain and Eliminate Child Labor” has been selected to receive the Deak Award.
Third-year students Kelly Schwartz and Jeremy Sanders just stood before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California and made their arguments to the judges on behalf of their client–an opportunity that many seasoned lawyers don’t get during their entire careers.
Professor Mark Brodin, editor of the bible known as the Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, has a new gig: he is now also the editor of the six-volume treatise, Weinstein’s Federal Rules of Evidence.
Boston College is part of a consortium of thirteen Jesuit law schools that have partnered with the nonprofit Jesuit Refugee Service/USA in an effort to study and improve upon the resources available to unaccompanied children and immigrant families from Central America who seek refuge in the United States. M
TaxProfBlog covers an upcoming article in the Buffalo Law Review entitled "Does Law School Still Make Economic Sense?" The article, based on a first-of-its-kind study, compares the relationship between law school attended and making partner in the 100 largest law firms. Based on the study, BC Law is ranked #19 in thne country.
"I work in a dungeon in Hingham District Court. Where am I supposed to breastfeed?” asked Plymouth County Assistant District Attorney Corey Sullivan Martin ’12, speaking on the theme, “Things My Mother Never Told Me: Challenges Facing Young Female Attorneys,” at a panel discussion organized by the Women’s Law Center at BC Law on March 19.
Boston College Law School will host the event Civic Engagement in an “Equality Recession” on March 18 at 4:30 pm.