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Nate Kosolf '14
Kosolf '14 Featured on WBUR's Morning Edition for Work Teaching Legal Rights to Students

Nate Kosolf ’14 was recently featured on WBUR about his work teaching middle school students about their legal rights.

Kendall Darcey
Third-Year Student Dacey Wins USAttorneys.com Scholarship

Rising third-year student Kendall Dacey has won a $2,500 scholarship as part of the USAttorneys.com National Scholarship Essay Contest.

Student in classroom
Experiential Meets Academic in BC Law Classrooms

Experiential learning—in the form of clinics, externships, and advocacy programs—has been a part of the law school experience for decades, but traditionally it has been kept mostly separate from the classroom.

Second-Year student Heather Perez
Second-Year Student Perez Awarded HBA-NJ Scholarship

Second-year student Heather Perez has been selected by the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) to receive a $3,000 scholarship, awarded at its 35th Annual Scholarship Gala and Awards Dinner on Saturday, June 11, 2016.

BC Environmental Affairs Law Review
New Issue of Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review Now Available

Volume 43, Issue 2 of the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review is now available.

Boston College Law Review
May Issue of Boston College Law Review Now Available

The May issue of the Boston College Law Review is now available. 

Jerome Rappaport photo
Three BC Law Students Among 2016 Rappaport Fellows

The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School has announced the selection of its 2016 Fellows.

Cristina Manzano
Manzano '16 Awarded ACC-NE Ethics Scholarship

Third-year student Cristina Manzano has been given the 2016 Association of Corporate Counsel, Northeast Chapter (ACC-NE) Ethics Award. The award was given out at the ACC-NE awards dinner, held at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston on April 25.

Amartya Sen
“Future of Economic and Social Rights” Brings Noble Prize-Winner Sen to Campus

Leaders in the fields of economics, philosophy, and law gathered at Boston College Law School April 19 and 20 for the conference, “The Future of Economic and Social Rights.”