News from the Law School
The Greening of the Corporation
The EALR Symposium On October 25 will explore the process and progress of corporate greening initiatives to date and prospects for the future.
Holper Named Daniel Levy Award Winner
Holper receives award from the National Immigration Project as a member of the New Bedford raid response team.
BC Law Top 5 for Career Prospects
The ranking appears in The Princeton Review's newly released 2008 edition of its "Best 170 Law Schools."
Beat the Clock
Boston College Law School alumnus Jay Shepherd ('94), founder of the Shepherd Law Group, has banned the billable hour. From the Boston Globe.
Pro Bono Day and Fair
The Law School held its Third Annual Pro Bono Day and Fair on September 27.
BC Law Welcomes Class of 2010
Boston College Law School is pleased to announce the recipients of the Public Service Scholarships for the Class of 2010.
Kanstroom Hosts Brazilian Delegation
The Director of the Law School's International Human Rights Program hosted the delegation of visiting professors of law and social science, prosecutors, and human rights practitioners.
U.S. Immigrants and Human Rights
Excerpts from the new book 'Deportation Nation: Outsiders in American History' by Kanstroom, Boston College's associate director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, are cited in a New York Times piece on the lack of legal protections for U.S. immigrants.