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Professor David Olson
What Does Insurance Litigation of the Future Look Like?

Lawyers’ vulnerability to hacking is one of many weaknesses that emerging technologies are exposing in the insurance world.

January Issue of Boston College Law Review Now Available

Newton, MA--The January issue of the Boston College Law Review recently went to press and can be found on the BCLR website at

Alumni visit BC Law
Alumni Debate Running for Office at Rappaport Event

A January 2016 panel discussion brought five notable BC Law Alumni to campus to discuss their experiences in running for office. 

Leon Rodriguez '88
HHRP Lecture Highlights Tension Over Immigration Policy

Conversations on immigration policy often highlight the tension between humanitarian objectives and national security issues.

National Jurist Magazine
BC Law Named Top School for Public Service Careers by National Jurist

The National Jurist announced it will recognize 49 law schools for excellence in public service careers in its Winter edition of preLaw magazine.

Insurance law conference poster
BC Law Partners with ACCEC on "The New Face of Insurance Litigation" Symposium

The American College of Coverage and Extra Contractual Counsel (ACCEC), in partnership with Boston College Law School, presents a full day symposium.

Rodline Louijeune 2017
Louijeune '17 Breaks Down Borders Advocating for Justice for Haiti

BC Law student Rodline Louijeune still tears up when she talks about the earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010.  

Boston skyline at night
First Circuit Appeals Court Victories Continue String of BC Law Successes

BC Law faculty and students have had remarkable success in the United States Circuit Courts of Appeals in 2015.

Professor Diane Ring
Ring, Ault Featured in UN International Tax Conference

In December, Professor Emeritus Hugh Ault and Professor Diane Ring participated as experts in a three-day workshop on “Administration of Tax Treaties and Addressing Base-Eroding Payments” held in Berlin and sponsored by the United Nations Financing for Development Office (FfDO) and the International Tax Compact.

Professor David Wirth
Wirth Makes Case for Executive Agreement on Climate Change Issue

An article on the negotiations leading up to the Paris climate talks of December 2015 caught the eye of the Belgian environment minister, who invited its author, BC Law Professor David Wirth, to speak at the Institute for European Studies in Brussels.