Law Day 2015
Boston Harbor Hotel - Thursday, April 30, 2015
About Law Day
Established by presidential proclamation in 1958, Law Day is a long-standing tradition across the nation and at Boston College Law School. Its purpose is to celebrate the most important goals of the legal profession: to advance equality and justice, encourage observation and enforcement of the law, and to foster respect for law and an understanding of its essential place in the life of every citizen.
2015 Law Day Awards
St. Thomas More Award
This award recognizes members of the legal community who represent, in their professional and private life, the ideals of St. Thomas More.
Ruth-Arlene W. Howe '74
William J. Kenealy, SJ Alumnus of the Year Award
This award recognizes a member of our alumni community who has given of him/herself to benefit the Law School, its students and alumni.
Robert M. Bloom '71
Honorable David S. Nelson Public Interest Law Award
This award recognizes a member of our alumni community who has made significant contributions to the public sector or in public interest law.
David Schoen '84
Daniel G. Holland Lifetime Achievement Award
Recognizes an alumna/us who has, over the course of his or her lifetime, made significant contributions to the Law School and/or the community.
Honorable Leslie E. Harris '84
Please also join us from 4-5:15pm on April 30th for an interactive discussion, Civil Rights Movement Turns 50: What Has Been Accomplished? What Remains to be Done? This event is free of charge and is being hosted at Goulston & Storrs, downstairs in the Boston Harbor Hotel building, 400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend this event.