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On Thursday, October 1, 2015, Baltimore States’ Attorney Marilyn Mosby ’05 returned to BC Law to speak to students in the School’s Criminal Justice Defense and Prosecution Clinic about the role of the prosecutor in criminal cases.
The Boston College Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA), along with recent LALSA graduates, took a leadership role at the recent Hispanic National Bar Association Conference, held in Boston from September 2- 5, 2015.
A three-judge panel of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments at Boston College Law School on October 6, 2015, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in EW 120.
According to BC Law clinical professor Francine Sherman ’80, author of a shocking new report, Gender Injustice, girls are now making up a larger share of the juvenile justice population at every stage of the process.
Boston College Law School and The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation are pleased to invite you to the symposium “The Centennial of the Estate and Gift Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations.”
Eleven graduates from Boston College Law School are assuming roles on the Boston Bar Association’s governing board this year out of a total of 34 seats, according to a recent BBA press release.
The Boston College Law School Center for Experiential Learning (CEL) is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the CEL team.
A new Business Insider story “The 25 best law schools in the US to make connections and get a job” highlights the latest GraduatePrograms.com networking ranking, which was created through polling thousands of former and current law school students and asking them to rank schools with the best networking opportunities.
(From Above the Law)--Out of respect for the 40,000 new law students who still, you know, exist, we welcome you to the third annual installment of the Above the Law Top 50 Law School Rankings.
Boston College Law School Professor Robert Bloom has been named a recipient of the Trinity College Dublin Long Room Hub Fellowship, a distinguished recognition from Ireland’s oldest and most prestigious law school.