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Newton, MA--Boston College Law School is pleased to announce Precious Eboigbe '15 is one of six scholarship recipients of the Latham & Watkins Diversity Scholars Program for the current academic year.
Newton, MA--Boston College Law School will be hosting Richard Ross, Distinguished Professor of Art, University of California at Santa Barbara, award-winning photographer and author of Juvenile-In-Justice.
Newton, MA--The 26th Annual BC Public Interest Law Foundation Auction will be held on Thursday, March 20, 2014, from 6:00-10:00 pm in Newton Room of Corcoran Commons on Boston College Main Campus.
Newton, MA--David Simas '95 has reinaugurated the job of White House political director, which had not existed since 2011.
Newton, MA--On Friday, February 28, BC Law students Andrew Miller (’15) and Bradley Fay (’15) won the New England regional competition of the National Transactional Law Meet, held at Western New England University School of Law.
Newton, MA--The BC Innocence Project is proud to welcome exoneree Dennis Maher, his former attorney Aliza Kaplan, and former Middlesex County Assistant District Attorney J.W. Carney to Boston College Law School.
The American Constitution Society and the Internet Law Society co-sponsored a panel discussion on legal issues raised by NSA surveillance practices.
Newton, MA--On January 30, 2014, Boston College Law School hosted the first “Learning and Networking with Practitioners Event” as part of its 1L Boot Camp Series.
Newton, MA--24 faculty members from Boston College Law School and 34 Harvard Law School faculty members have signed a letter urging the U.S. Congress to support the core principles in the pending legislation know as CHIFF.
With Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University, part of the Clough Distinguished Lectures in Jurisprudence.