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TaxProfBlog covers an upcoming article in the Buffalo Law Review entitled "Does Law School Still Make Economic Sense?" The article, based on a first-of-its-kind study, compares the relationship between law school attended and making partner in the 100 largest law firms. Based on the study, BC Law is ranked #19 in thne country.
Today, we’re featuring Merit Distinction honoree and Boston College Law School student Shannon Johnson, a multi-talented advocate single-mindedly dedicated to immigrant youth and the inaugural student in Boston College Law School’s hybrid immigration and juvenile clinic.
"I work in a dungeon in Hingham District Court. Where am I supposed to breastfeed?” asked Plymouth County Assistant District Attorney Corey Sullivan Martin ’12, speaking on the theme, “Things My Mother Never Told Me: Challenges Facing Young Female Attorneys,” at a panel discussion organized by the Women’s Law Center at BC Law on March 19.
Boston College Law School will host the event Civic Engagement in an “Equality Recession” on March 18 at 4:30 pm.
BC Law and Bucerius Law School, the first private law school in Germany and ranked as the best in the country, will partner on a joint program in law and business that will launch in August 2015.
Boston College Law School’s commencement ceremony is a special time of celebration, honoring three years of intense legal studies by our new graduates and marking their transition to alumni.
DNA testing has exonerated 325 prisoners in the past 25 years. Come hear a panel of criminal justice professionals discuss their collaboration on evidence retention and access to scientific testing.
The Boston College Law School Immigration Clinic announced today that clinic students have won an asylum grant for a Honduran man who feared persecution because of his status as a former police officer.
Newton, MA--Boston College Law School moved to #34 in the 2016 U.S. News and World Report rankings for law schools, announced today. The School was also ranked 19th for tax law and 27th for clinical training.
The Gasson Chair Lecture Series--Autonomy and the Common Good: The case study of law and policy relating to euthanasia and physician assisted suicide