Fourteen Law Students Among Clough Center 2014-15 Fellows and Scholars
2014 news archive
Newton, MA—Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that 14 students have been awarded affiliation with The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College through the Center’s 2014-15 Fellows and Scholars Program.
Five BC Law students have been named Public Interest Law Scholars. Consistent with the Center’s mission to support students committed to service to others, the Clough Center provides grants to Boston College first- and second-year law students for uncompensated public interest work, in the United States or abroad, during the summer.
Four BC Law students have been named Academic Law Scholars. The Clough Center provides grants to Boston College Law Students of exceptional academic ability and accomplishment who are enrolled in any of the Law School’s degree programs.
Five BC Law students have been named Clough Fellows in the Law School. The Clough Center provides a Fellows membership to Boston College Law Students who are enrolled in any of the Law School’s degree programs.
For the full lists and bios of each recipient, please visit the Clough Center website.