BC Law Magazine Videos
A selection of humorous, nostalgic and sometimes puzzling legal postcards has become a part of the Law Library's rare books collection. View the postcard exhibit online here.
The Law School partnered with CNN Films on a film screening and panel discussion on the Whitey Bulger case. Watch it here.
BC Law partnered with Tax Analysts to host a conference to examine the latest proposed reforms in the taxation of business profits from around the world. Watch video from the conference.
BC Law also hosted a conference on philanthropy reform. Watch video from the conference.
BC Law's Legal Services LAB is providing exclusive legal advice to high tech incubator Smarter in the City in Roxbury's Dudley Square. Watch a video about the partnership.
Prior home for the Law School on BC's Chestnut Hill campus, More Hall was recently torn down to make room for a new residential facility. Watch the demolition now.
BC Law Professor Brian Quinn has been influencing the economic emergence of Vietnam since the 1980s. Watch a video on the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program from Vietnamese television featuring Prof. Quinn.
A conference co-sponsored by The American College of Bankruptcy First Circuit Fellows.
BC Law Dean Vincent Rougeau recently sat down with Professor Kaveny to discuss her scholarly work, including the award-winning Law’s Virtues: Fostering Autonomy and Solidarity in American Society (Georgetown University Press).
The BC Innocence Project welcomed exoneree Dennis Maher, his former attorney Aliza Kaplan, and former Middlesex County Assistant District Attorney J.W. Carney to Boston College Law School.
Boston College Law School hosted Richard Ross, Distinguished Professor of Art, University of California at Santa Barbara, award-winning photographer and author of Juvenile-In-Justice.
Addressing the Boston College Law School class of 2014, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, BC A&S ’77, Law ’80, told the graduates that they should use their law degree to improve the lives of others.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Boston College's Class of 2014 that his Boston College education had inspired him to serve others—and he urged BC’s newest graduates to draw on the same lessons to guide their own lives and careers.
Longtime BC Law supporters, the Privitera family has funded a sculpture of St. Thomas More that has now been installed on the BC Law campus.