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Boston College has named Odette Lienau, professor of law and former associate dean for faculty research and intellectual life at Cornell University Law School, as the inaugural Marianne D. Short, Esq., Dean, effective January 2023.
Professor Madoff influences a US Senate move to reform donor-advised funds.
Professor Coquillette pens second volume on Harvard Law history, with some surprising revelations.
Professor Yen offers nuanced look into the law.
Professor Young offers novel way to bring parties together.
Professor Kanstroom warns of a rule-of-law and human rights catastrophe.
Professor Kaveny offers prescription for ravaging forces of public discourse.
Professor Lyons argues zero-rated plans are good for consumers.
Professor Hong comes out swinging in a fight to make immigration law more fair.
Professor Madoff launches an effort to fix the wrongs of donor-advised funds.
When Professor George Brown writes about corruption, even Supreme Court justices listen.
Professor Diane Ring gives voice to the concerns of emerging nations.
Our lawyer-scientist's research shapes national guidelines on overuse.
Professor Patricia McCoy's pivotal role in righting the mortgage market.
Professor Kent Greenfield's research has real impact in Hershey case.
“Lifetime relationships begin at our annual LAHANAS DEI retreat. Incoming LAHANAS students mingle with current students, faculty, staff and alumni, who welcome them to the BC Law community. There's nothing more moving than attending an affinity group event and seeing members of all student affinity groups present, supporting one another, as we celebrate who we are.”
Prof. Jeffrey Cohen tells The New York Times about the rarity of a case like Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes as she is sentenced to 11 years for fraud.
Mary Sarah Bilder tells Salon about the work done invalidating a supposedly early draft of the Constitution, and how it could alter the course of our democracy 200 years later.