a rare book exhibit
The second exhibit in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Boston College Law School, 75 Years: Growth, Transition, Diversity attempts to highlight the growth and transition of BC Law from a local law school primarily educating Irish-Catholic men in the practice of law in Massachusetts to one educating a diverse group of men and women in the practice of law throughout the United States and globally. Whether in private practice or governmental or judicial positions the graduates of Boston College Law School are the recipients of a distinctive Jesuit legal education that emphasizes the ethical practice of law in providing service to others and in the pursuit of justice.
This slideshow offers some of the highlights from the exhibit, along with text from the handout, available in the Rare Book Room. For Rare Book Room hours of operation and more information, please visit the webpage.
Take a tour through the exhibit online: Rare Book Exhibit
Exhibit curated by Susan C. Sullivan, Legal Information Librarian and Lecturer in Law, Boston College Law School and William Stroever, 3L, Boston College Law School.
J. Donald Monan, S.J.
Our second feature from this issue of eBrief: streaming video of Father Monan's recent visit to BC Law. More...