McCoy in PBS Series
In documentary segment Sept. 16 professor discusses consumer exploitation and manipulation.
In documentary segment Sept. 16 professor discusses consumer exploitation and manipulation.
MA SJC considers governor's authority to close businesses, and Jeffrey Cohen discusses the case on Bloomberg (begins at 32:38).
Francine Sherman says that girls with histories of abuse are often dually-involved with the welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Professor Pat McCoy is interviewed in part of the docuseries 'The Con' investigating the 2008 financial crisis and how it led to the America we know today.
Robert Bloom talks to Bloomberg, WGBH, Associated Press & Boston Globe about the ruling to overturn Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence.
Dean Vincent Rougeau and his mother Shirley Small-Rougeau speak to WBUR about their relationship with John Lewis and the fight for social justice.
Professor Kent Greenfield comments on Trump's oversight of the Federal Protective Service presence in Oregon in Yahoo! News.
Robert Bloom talks to the Boston Globe about renewed interest in reopening a criminal case in the 2010 police killing of DJ Henry.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny delves into Trump administrator William Barr's faith and politics in NCR.
Professor Katie Young will be participating in a webinar on Unalienable Rights hosted by Harvard's Carr Center.
Professor Kent Greenfield says Trump doesn't have the power to send federal agents into Democratic cities in Reuters.
Professor Michael Cassidy comments on whether or not police warrants are necessary for accessing MBTA logs in the Boston Globe.
Professor Kent Greenfield presented on the Supreme Court decision on LGBTQ+ workplace rights in a Pride at Orrick event.
Dean Vincent Rougeau pens op ed on racial justice in America for America Magazine.
Adjunct Professor Larry Gennari encourages purposeful support for companies founded by people of color in Boston Business Journal.
BC Law's program to help ex-inmates start businesses, run by adjunct professor Larry Gennari, is featured in The Boston Globe.
Kent Greenfield warns of setbacks to restructuring of SCOTUS due to recent decisions by Chief Justice John Roberts in The Hill op-ed.
Professor Kari Hong talks to the Boston Globe on Sonia Sotomayor's role in the recent DACA victory in the Supreme Court.
Adjunct Professor Kevin Powers is featured in a CompareCards Q&A on online data protections during the pandemic.
Professor Kari Hong recently commented in multiple media outlets on the impact of the Supreme Court ruling regarding the accelerated removal of immigrants.
Professor Zygmunt Plater was quoted in a letter to Quincy Sun suggesting society take a different approach to addressing climate change post Covid-19.
In recent webinar, Dean Vincent Rougeau addressed the critical role churches have in encouraging anti-racist ideology.
Professor Mark Brodin investigates the first fifty years of The Boston Lawyers' Committee in the MBA Massachusetts Law Review.
Professor Frank Garcia talks to Global Arbitration Review on ICSID panel rescinding security for costs order (subscription).
In a time of urgent need, Professor Ray Madoff urges reforms forcing Donor Advised Funds to give away more funds in a timely manner in Bloomberg.
Professor Dan Lyons talks to InsideSources on why net neutrality regulations are unnecessary, even while providers offer free services.
Professor Charlotte Whitmore talks to WGBH on the racial implications in Boston cases where people are sentenced for crimes they did not commit.
Professor Mark Brodin's research is cited and he is quoted in an MSR article on the similarities between the Arbery and Martin killings.
Professor Kent Greenfield recently appeared in numerous media outlets on the President's potential use of federal forces to quell protest and violence.
Professor Hiba Hafiz comments on the legal challenges freelancer unions face when seeking improved labor rights in FAIR.
Professor Dan Lyons comments on Trump's fight to change laws regarding regulation of content on social media in The New York Times
Professor Dan Lyons dissects Trump's executive order regarding social media platform censorship in a blog post in AEI.
Professor Natalya Schnitser's research on higher fees associated with MEPs in comparison to retirement plans by single employers is featured in InvestmentNews.
Prof. Mary Bilder makes the case for 11,000 electors in JFK Library panel 'The Electoral College: Its History and Challenges Today.'
Professor Thomas Kohler talks to PBS about what we can learn from the German model of government support for workers (15 min mark).
Professor Dan Lyons is quoted on reasonings behind the disparity of broadband availability in Wausau Pilot & Review.
Professor Kari Hong comments on the Trump administration's decision to abandon asylum seekers in a time of pandemic in Jezebel.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks on her testimony and the impact philanthropic efforts have on public good with The Charity Report.
Professor Kent Greenfield talks to the Boston Globe about how the courts helped guide Gov. Baker in deciding when to open churches.
On WBUR, Professor Kent Greenfield says that the choice to include houses of worship in phase one of reopening, MA may avoid legal challenges.
Mark Brodin talks to Slate France about the Ahmaud Arbery case and the segregationist history of the United States.
Professor Kent Greenfield talks to USA Today about the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling overturning the stay-at-home order.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny weighs in on the complexity of the Dolan-Trump exchange on Catholic schools in NCR.
Professor Ray Madoff comments on the increase in DAF contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic in Investment News.
Professor Dan Lyons comments on internet inequity and the role of policy in a time where education is highly dependent on connectivity in T74.
Professor Mary Bilder guest blogs on Balkinization on why we should reevaluate the way we describe the early nineteenth-century constitutional state.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny talks to the National Catholic Reporter about the trouble with the Surgeon General's recent comments during the pandemic.
Professor Mary Ann Chirba weighs in on the varying realities of healthcare for children around the country in 2020 in WalletHub's 'Ask the Experts' section.
Professor Thomas Barnico discusses the constitutionality of the structure of the CFPB in Yale Journal of Regulation Notice & Comment Blog.
Professor Kari Hong criticizes the government response in the rejection of migrants due to coronavirus concerns in The Washington Post.
In a MLW op ed, Prof. Mike Cassidy argues that DA Rollins' efforts justifying her reform choices as fulfilling campaign promises is on murky ground.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny writes of the worries of self-pride during lockdown as people turn to themselves and against humanity in a time of isolation.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny discusses the ethics in prioritizing human life over the economy in a time of crisis in The Washington Post.
Professor Kent Greenfield comments in The Atlantic on the significance of party balance in courts and its implications in corporate law.
Professor Jeff Cohen talks to Law360 about "Varsity Blues" sentencing and the stakes of holding hearings online due to coronavirus concerns.
Professor Pat McCoy's scholarship cited in an Asia Times story on the impact of credit rating agencies on crises.
Professor McCoy talks to the AP about a SCOTUS case: can a president can remove the heads of independent agencies for any reason?
Natalya Shnitser's latest post for the SCOTUS blog on Intel Corp. Investment Policy Committee v. Sulyma, which puts a spotlight on retirement plan disclosures.
Professor Sharon Beckman is quoted in the Boston Globe about Innocence Program client Ronnie Qualls after a judge threw out his double murder convictions.
Professor Kari Hong offers her SCOTUS blog analysis on the upcoming Supreme Court case Department of Homeland Security v. Thuraissigiam.
Ray Madoff talks to Bloomberg about the suit involving Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund and Ascend Capital.
Professor Sharon Beckman is featured in Swimmer Magazine for her journey as a swimmer to leading the BC Innocence Program.
Libby Professor of Theology and Law Cathleen Kaveny reflects on the afterlife following the death of her mother in Commonweal.
Professor Hiba Hafiz talks to the San Francisco Chronicle about the ride-hailing giant's attempt to avoid California's new gig work law.
Prof. Mike Cassidy talks to the Washington Post about a defense attorney who filed a lawsuit to stop a Texas district attorney from enforcing a policy pertaining only to her.
Katharine Young was on the American Society of International Law podcast 'The Trump Administration’s Commission on Unalienable Rights.'
Brian Quinn speaks to Reuters about why plaintiffs may have settled with the Tesla board in their lawsuit over the Solar City deal.
Professor McCoy talks to CNBC about the impact of new rules on the consumer watchdog group.
The BC Law Professor is one of three co-authors of an Amicus Curiae Brief in the SCOTUS case Seila Law LLC v. CFPB.
Prof. Kent Greenfield talks to the Associated Press about whether impeachment requires a crime.
Libby prof Cathy Kaveny talks to the Washington Post about March for Life protestors who choose to speak with their wallets.
Professor George Brown talks to the Boston Globe about Trump's legal team adding celebrity lawyers to their ranks.
Watch prof Ray Madoff live on January 28 in "What is the optimal approach to taxing wealth?"
The Max Planck Institute has named a new visiting fellows program for young researchers after Professor Emeritus Hugh Ault.
Professor Barnico writes of the history of presidential election trails in Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the CommonWealth Magazine.
Professor Oei talks to the Wall Street Journal about whether businesses should pay up when they replace workers with machines.
Professor Kent Greenfield's op ed arguing that the Senate leader has violated two oaths is picked up by news outlets.
Professor Mary Bilder writes an essay for The Atlantic on the Constitutional Convention notes and implications for impeachment.
BC Law Innocence Program adjunct professor Charlotte Whitmore is profiled in a feature story in Dartmouth Magazine.
Ray Madoff talks to the Inside Philanthropy on what we want the wealthy to be doing with their wealth.
Zyg Plater speaks to Vice about the potential far-reaching consequences of a case of environmental clean up and the Supreme Court.
Bob Bloom talks to NPR about the work by Tsarnaev's lawyers to appeal the death penalty decision.
Renee Jones talks to Business Insider about WeWork's collapse, and how it affected investors.
Ray Madoff talks to the Chronicle of Philanthropy on money flowing into Donor Advised Funds.
Professor Robert Bloom talks to Reuters (picked up by the NYT and other outlets) about convicted bomber Tsarnaev seeking to have his death sentence lifted.
Professor Mary Bilder talks to the History Channel about why the Founding Fathers feared foreign influence—and devised protections against it.
Boston College profiles Ray Madoff and her latest writings on the negative effects the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has had on charitable giving.
Professor Dan Lyons talks to Denton Daily on the potential delay in California's new net neutrality law due to an ongoing lawsuit with the FCC.
Professor Hiba Hafiz talks to Bloomberg about the National Labor Relations Board's power to overturn decisions on workplace speech.
Professor Brodin was invited by Harvard Law to judge a November 1 mooting for Comcast Corp. v. Nat’l Assoc of African Am. Owned Media.
Renee Jones testifies before an SEC advisory committee on the commission's proposal to move forward on expanding investor access to private offerings.
Joe Liu's recent scholarship arguing that the US Copyright Office should consider a more authoritative role in regulating is highlighted in The Regulatory Review.
Professor Kent Greenfield provided analysis and discussed the next steps in an interview with NECN "Primary Source."
Profs Repetti and Madoff talk to Law360 about the issues around collecting a wealth tax--and lessons learned from the estate tax.
Read "The Appropriate Roles for Equity and Efficiency in a Progressive Income Tax," Professor Repetti's latest paper from the Florida Tax Review.
Professor Robert Bloom talks to the Boston Globe about the latest charges in the college admissions scandal.
Jeff Cohen talks to Law360 about the latest charges in the college admissions scandal case.
Steve Koh, former Harvard roommate of Pete Buttigieg, is quoted in a CNN story about Buttigieg and Colin Jost.
Kent Greenfield talks to the Boston Globe about the MA bill that would make using the "b" word a fineable offense.
Brian Quinn speaks to CNBC about Johnson & Johnson's adjustment to earnings based on the proposed settlement.
BC Law's Vincent Rougeau receives nomination for national organization's top slot.
Liberty Mutual Professor named inaugural member of insurance policy advisory group.
Mary Bilder, Founders Professor of Law, appears on the Ben Franklin's World Podcast to discuss American Legal History & the Bill of Rights.
Rappaport Visiting Fellow talks racial justice, scholars preview SCOTUS cases, plus more in our Events Roundup.
Kent Greenfield talks to USA Today about the problems with POTUS encouraging China to investigate Joe Biden.
Six Boston College law professors signed a brief to drop charges against a Newton District Court Judge accused of helping a man escape ICE.
In BC Law's Immigration Clinic, professors Dan Kanstroom and Mary Holper prepare the next generation of lawyers.
Professor Kent Greenfield appears on NBC Boston to discuss the whistleblower complaint and case against POTUS.
Dan Lyons speaks to the Associated Press about the recent ruling on conflicting state and federal laws around Net Neutrality.
Professor George Brown discusses potential impeachment around Donald Trump's recent behavior in an article in The Washington Post.
Prof. and Rappaport Faculty Director Dan Kanstroom is prominently featured in an online multimedia experience detailing migrant detention in the US.
Adjunct Professor and head of BC Law's Project Entrepreneur program Larry Gennari writes an op ed for Bloomberg on the collateral consequences of conviction.
Professor George Brown talks to the Washington Post about Ukrainian President Zelensky and possible efforts at currying favor through Trump's business.
Professor Robert Bloom talks to the Boston Globe-later highlighted in Boston Magazine-about the State panel investigating the handling of Straight Pride protesters' arraignments.
Prof. Pat McCoy, who helped found the CFPB with Elizabeth Warren, is quoted in Warren's front page New York Times profile.
Prof. Renee Jones' testimony before House Committee on private equity "unicorn" start ups and the dangers of deregulation is quoted in Business Insider.
Prof. Renee Jones testifies before the House Committee on Financial Services on the decrease in IPOs and deregulations in private markets.
Prof. Patricia McCoy talks to ABC Channel 4 on the potential effects of changes in bank regulations.
Prof. Mark Brodin talks to the Baltimore Sun about implications behind discriminatory tests against African Americans for police officer positions.
Prof. Kent Greenfield talks to the Huffington Post about Warren's challenge to laws of Biden's home state of Delaware.
Prof. Mary Ann Chirba talks to the Boston Globe about the different meanings of the term.
BC Law professor Steve Koh, presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s college roommate, is featured in an ABC Nightline feature.
Professor Robert Bloom talks to Bloomberg Baystate Business about DA Rollins and her appeal of a judge’s ruling on protesters arrested in Boston.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to Bloomberg about Lyft founders' large donation to a controversial charitable device, Donor Advised Funds.
In a Wall Street Journal op ed, Professor Dan Lyons disputes the need for the Air Force gag order, and says it's stifling academic debate.
Massachusetts SJC concurs with result urged by amicus brief and reverses decision.
Professor Dan Lyons tells the Los Angeles Times that consolidation is indicative of broader disruptions in the broadcast TV industry.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to the New York Times about the late financier's problematic use of charities.
Professor Fran Sherman spoke about why girls enter the juvenile justice system at a recent MA task force meeting.
Professor Francine Sherman offers insight into what provokes children, specifically young girls, to flee from home.
Mary Ann Chirba talks to the BC Heights about recent proposals in Massachusetts to curtail sales of e cigarette products.
Professor Dan Lyons talks to Bloomberg about whether a multi-state challenge to the Sprint and T-Mobile merger has a chance.
In a Cognoscenti op ed, Professor Kari Hong discusses the shocking treatment of children at immigration facilities--and what can be done.
BC Law Professor Hiba Hafiz talks to Bloomberg about the National Labor Relations Board ruling recently that made it easier for employers to oust unions.
Professor Greenfield says we can't muzzle the president, but we can mute the news channel that encourages his hateful rhetoric.
In New York Times op-ed, BC Law Professor Hiba Hafiz offers a legal strategy to outmaneuver Uber.
Professor and evidence expert Mark Brodin, Thomas Carey ’65, and student Nickolas Merrill ’20 author powerful argument for change.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to The Hollywood Reporter about the college admissions scandal and other bad actors.
Professor Mary Ann Chirba talks to Vox about the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to Vox about a lawsuit that could reveal secrets about Silicon Valley’s favorite philanthropic loophole, DAFs.
In a Cognoscenti op ed, Professor Kari Hong explains why the US should shut immigration detention centers down now.
Professor Brodin's letter to the Boston Globe highlights the compassion of late Judge Tauro and asks who will be a 'voice of the unheard.'
Professor Cathleen Kaveny discusses the potential consequences of diverging approaches to abortion laws with America Magazine.
Professor Pat McCoy shares her thoughts on whether to define "abusiveness" in Consumer Financial Protection Bureau cases.
Michael Cassidy talks to the New York Times on the potential consequences after the disappearance of Kevin Spacey's accuser's smartphone.
Professor Patricia McCoy speaks to the Cleveland Plain Dealer on the current POTUS administration's approach to mortgage lawsuits.
Adjunct professor Tom Barnico pens the history of college oversight from Dartmouth v. Woodward to today.
Professor Ray Madoff writes a WSJ op-ed on Lewis B. Cullman's unique philanthropic ideology.
Professor's amicus brief noted in a state court's opinion on Arlene's Flowers suit.
Professor Mark Brodin was a featured speaker at a memorial service for US District Court Judge Joseph Tauro.
Kent Greenfield talks to Marketplace on the likely rise in popularity of shareholder meetings as campaign venues for political candidates.
Libby Professor Kaveny talks to the National Catholic Reporter on the transition from conservative US bishops to a more liberal view.
Professor Wirth, in letter to the New York Times, says next election could reverse Trump's environmental damage.
Professor Ray Madoff's views highlighted in a Nonprofit Quarterly article about the reduction in IRS budgets and the impact on oversight.
Professor Dan Lyons appears before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce to discuss the LIFT America Act and Broadband Internet Access Service Program.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to the San Francisco Chronicle about billionaire Robert Smith’s surprise pledge to pay off Morehouse graduates' loans.
Professor Repetti's op ed in The Hill dives into the mystery of POTUS tax losses, and gives two plausible alternatives.
Professor Repetti talks to Bloomberg (picked up by Fortune Magazine) to discuss whether tax losses reported by POTUS are easily explained.
Professor Robert Bloom talks to WGBH about protests over Harvard faculty dean and professor Ronald Sullivan's role in the Weinstein case.
Professor Francine Sherman discusses how black girls are disproportionately punished in school systems with USA Today.
Prof. Olson appears on NECN's "The Take" to discuss the recent lawsuit alleging collusion between drug companies to set prices.
Professor Repetti appears on NBC Boston to discuss the New York Times story on the massive losses reported by the president.
Prof. Olson testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on "Intellectual Property and the Price of Prescription Drugs: Balancing Innovation and Competition."
Professor Daniel Kanstroom will present on global migration and government responses to illegal immigrants.
In testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, Professor Patricia McCoy argues the legality of the memo.
Professor Kari Hong speaks to the Washington Post about the reasons for the growing number of asylum cases waiting to be heard.
BC Law prof Pat McCoy testifies on banking regulations before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington DC. Watch the video.
BC Law professor Jeffrey Cohen talks to Law 360 about the college admissions scandal and the tough tactics of prosecutors.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to NECN on the rising concern for undetected fraudulent activity in nonprofits following budget cuts in the IRS.
Professor Zygmunt Plater discusses the city's potential eminent domain case to secure land for the new stadium in the Worcester Business Journal.
BC Law professor Jeffrey Cohen talks to Law 360 about the college admissions scandal and Judge Gorton's reputation.
BC Professor Ray Madoff talks to CNBC on how colleges grow wealth in America.
BC Professor Kent Greenfield blogs on the anti-discriminatory rights of corporations for the American Constitution Society.
Founders Professor Mary Bilder delivered 'The Lady and George Washington: Female Genius in the Age of the Constitution' on Eliza Harriet O’Connor at Georgetown Law.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to WGBH on how parents involved in the college admissions scandal allegedly exploited the US tax code.
Highlighting the BC Innocence Program she founded and her remarkable swimming career, Professor Beckman is profiled by The BC Heights.
Professor Francine Sherman discusses alternatives to locking up minors for truancy violations in The Crime Report.
Professor Hafiz discusses Elizabeth Warren's proposal to break up the "big three" tech companies on WBUR's Radio Boston.
Professor Robert Bloom comments on Aaron Hernandez's reinstated murder conviction to Reuters, which was picked up by the NY Times.
Libby Professor Kaveny writes for Commonweal on what she calls "Catholic moral theology’s false crisis."
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to Investment News about the rise in popularity of Donor Advised Funds.
Professor Kari Hong debates with Peter Skerry on the effectiveness of building a potential border wall along the US-Mexico border in The Heights.
Professor Cathleen Kaveny discusses the clergy abuse crisis in The Immanent Frame.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to Sludge about the rise of Donor Advised Funds, and more DAF money going to hate groups.
Professor R. Michael Cassidy talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer about a vacated conviction of a man who spent 28 years on death row.
Professor Daniel Lyons talks to Bloomberg about the continuing fight over FCC repeal.
Professor David Wirth discusses his experience at the COP24 international conference on climate change with the BC Heights.
Professor Kari Hong responds to the immigration plan proposed by the Trump administration in a Q&A with WalletHub.com.
Professor Kent Greenfield takes on the subject in a new post on Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance & Financial Regulation.
Professor Dan Lyons writes a column focused on how the shutdown negatively impacted the work to reduce the regulatory burden of government on society.
On Jan 31, Founders Professor Bilder will challenge traditional views on how James Madison shaped the Constitution in Museum of the American Revolution lecture.
Professor Katie Young talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer about what to expect after the government shutdown--and whether it might happen again.
Professor Katie Young talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer about what (if anything) might impact the government shutdown.
Professor Hafiz discusses a comment she helped draft to file to a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the NLRB's "joint employer" standard.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to the Boston Globe about an important estate ruling regarding the rights of a wife and her husband's estate.
Professors Mark Brodin and Bob Bloom sign on to an amicus brief in support of a new trial for Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Professor Ray Madoff speaks to the Tribune Review about the concerns about the explosive growth of Donor Advised Funds.
Professor Wirth appears on NECN to discuss the results coming out of the Katowice climate summit.
Professor George Brown talks to Reuters about the latest move by the Justice Department to try to halt the lawsuit against the Trump organization.
Professor Chirba is quoted in a Boston Globe story taking issue with the recent court ruling that invalidates Obamacare.
Professor Wirth is quoted in the Washington Post about the global climate talks ending with some movement, some frustration.
Professor Repetti's op-ed in The Hill argues that item one on Congress's agenda should be to eliminate the harm to U.S. manufacturing jobs contained in the Tax Jobs and Cuts Act.
In podcast, Founders Professor Mary Bilder discusses her latest research regarding Eliza Harriot Barons O'Connor, who played a pivotal role during the Constitutional Convention.
Professor Ray Madoff pens an op-ed for the Biden Foundation on how investments are taxed differently than wages and how we can fix it.
Professor R. Michael Cassidy comments on a prosecutor's use of social media in Nola.com article.
BC Founders Professor Mary Bilder will deliver 'The Lady and George Washington' at the Huntington Library on Dec. 12.
Professor Ray Madoff talks to WGBH about whether the new tax laws will impact fundraising for higher education.
Professor George Brown talks to Reuters about the latest in the emoluments lawsuit against the Trump organization.
Professor Kari Hong talks to the Associated Press about the 9th Circuit court ruling that a law against encouraging illegal immigration violated the 1st Amendment.
Professor Ray Madoff began her career as a tax attorney—but today she teaches students about trusts and estates, and focuses on her philanthropic research.
Professor Kari Hong talks to BYU Radio's Top of Mind on what's happening with the migrant caravan in Mexico.
Professor Madoff's op ed in the Washington Post takes on new acting AG Whitaker and donor advised funds.
Ryan Williams talks to Law360 about whether SCOTUS would hear a potential appeal in the Harvard admissions case.
Professor Dan Lyons writes an AEI column focused on the SCOTUS decision to leave the FCC's reversal of applying Title II protection to broadband.
Professor Kent Greenfield talks to WBUR's Radio Boston about how to define corporate rights.
Libby Professor Kaveny was a panelist at a briefing for media prior to the start of the U.S. Catholic bishops' meeting, and was quoted by the New York Times.
Professor Barrozo talks to Our Sunday Visitor about Jair Bolsonaro, the country's new president, and the history of far right candidates.
Professor Daniel Farbman breaks down the suit against the White House and the new AG on NECN's The Take.
Libby Professor Kaveny talks to the Boston Globe about the directive to postpone a vote to hold bishops more accountable for sexual misconduct.
Professor Kent Greenfield blogs for Yale University Press on why it's a good thing to treat businesses more like people.
Professor Kent Greenfield's op-ed in the Boston Globe argues that we're better off treating corporations more like people, not less.
Professor Kent Greenfield's life and work--from small hometown in Kentucky to SCOTUS clerk to the faculty at BC--is profiled in a BC Heights feature.
Professor R. Michael Cassidy's upcoming scholarship featured in prisonpolicy.org and The Crime Report (subscription).
Professor Kari Hong joins WGBH's Greater Boston to discuss Trump's proposed executive order on birthright citizenship and the migrant caravan.
Professor Hafiz tells Bloomberg Law why the NLRB is the only agency that has been banned from conducting such analysis.
Professor Madoff talks to Globe and Mail about Ottawa potentially tightening charity rules (subscription required).
Professor Madoff appears on C-Span to discuss the estate and inheritance tax and take questions from callers.
Professor R. Michael Cassidy's scholarship was featured in a major SJC ruling in the Amherst Drug Lab case, leading to thousands of vacated convictions.
Professor Madoff appears on NECN's The Take to discuss her explosive NY Times op-ed, Trump and the Failure of the American Tax System.
Professor Madoff speaks to The Atlantic about the difficulty of Paul Allen's quest to give away at least half his fortune before his death.
Professor George Brown talks to McClatchy about the Mike Espy corruption case, as he runs in a special election for US Senate in Mississippi.
The BC Law professor's Law360 Q&A on corporate law theories, battle over free speech and gay rights, and important con law issues.
Professor Madoff pens an op-ed for the New York Times on Trump and the failure of the American tax system.
Professor Kari Hong spoke to the Boston Globe about current Supreme Court cases, and how Justice Kavanaugh might affect the outcomes.
Professor Kent Greenfield's latest book argues that it is important to award certain rights of personhood to businesses.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to the Associated Press about the DOJ lawsuit over the state's new net neutrality law.
Professor Madoff speaks to Bloomberg News to explain the huge growth in Donor Advised Funds, and what to do about them.
Professor Renee Jones talks to Bloomberg about the potential implications of the SEC investigation into Elon Musk and Tesla.
Professor speaks during Senate hearings on philanthropy and donor-advised funds. Watch the video.
Professor Kent Greenfield serves an in-studio analyst for Channel 7 News and speaks to the Boston Globe during the Kavanaugh-Ford hearing.
Professor Beckman speaks to WGBH about the case of Fred Clay, who spent 38 years in prison before his conviction was overturned.
BC Law welcomes Professor Mila Sohoni from University of San Diego School of Law to campus for the faculty colloquia series.
Professor Kent Greenfield speaks to the San Francisco Chronicle about SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh and a potential signal on his feelings around Roe v Wade.
Professor Kent Greenfield is a guest on an American Constitution Society podcast on what's next in the contentious SCOTUS process.
Professor Kent Greenfield is a guest on First Mondays, a podcast on SCOTUS news, to discuss corporate personhood.
As the 2018 Mount Vernon Distinguished Visiting Lecturer of American History, Founders Professor Mary Bilder delivers three lectures this fall.
The Libby Professor was named Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History at the Kluge Center of the Library of Congress.
Professor Repetti's new edition of his well-known book is now available.
Professor Kent Greenfield talks to the BBC to clarify the impeachment process and whether a president can be criminally indicted.
Professor Mike Cassidy talks to Politico about a little-known case that may stop the release of the grand jury report in special counsel investigation.
BC Founders Professor Mary Bilder's Boston Globe op-ed argues that our founders planned for six SCOTUS justices, and Kennedy's seat should remain open for now.
Professor Brian Quinn talks to Bloomberg about the "murky legal waters" around Tribune’s lawsuit on its failed Sinclair merger deal.
Professor Kent Greenfield participates in a media rally in support of freedom of speech by calling the president’s attacks on the press "dangerous."
For the second straight year, Professor Ray Madoff is named to the NonProfit Times' Power & Influence Top 50 for her insights into donor-advised funds.
Professor Frank Garcia writes about the dangers of Third-Party Funding in investment arbitration for Investment Treaty News.
BC Founders Professor Mary Bilder is featured in a bonus episode of the podcast "How to Build a Nation in 15 Weeks."
Professor Oei talks to Bloomberg about mortgage banks, pet vets, and others wanting in on the new perk.
Professor Madoff talks to the New York Times about how tech billionaires hack their taxes with a philanthropic loophole.
Professor Madoff talks to the San Francisco Chronicle about the explosive growth in assets of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
Professor Yen talks to the Associated Press about the hotel's attempt to use an obscure U.S. law to avoid years of costly litigation.
Professor Greenfield's latest op-ed in WBUR's Cognoscenti: How badly does the GOP want Kavanaugh? So much that they'll ignore Trump's treason.
Professor Repetti cited in Tax Notes on the Estate of Cahill case and its impact on the estate planning community.
Libby Professor Kaveny talks to CNS about whether a new justice will change the Court's opinions on death penalty, right to die issues.
Professors Plater and Garcia engaged in recent projects on property and water rights and investment law reform funded by a Foundation grant.
In an in-depth interview, Professor Kari Hong spoke to CNN about how the immigration battle began and what's been missing from the debate.
Professor Greenfield co-authors an op-ed in the Atlantic on corporate America's remarkable string of victories in the high court this term.
Professor Madoff talks to Marketwatch about the collapse of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation under increasing pressure and scrutiny.
Professor Kari Hong's latest op-ed in WBUR's Cognoscenti argues that the former Obama nominee should be Donald Trump's pick.
Professor Greenfield co-authors an op-ed in the New York Times on future decisions on gay rights, and talks to WBUR about President Trump's impact on the court.
Professor Greenfield talks to NECN about the Supreme Court decision upholding President Trump's travel ban.
Professor Kari Hong is a guest on WBUR's Radio Boston to discuss the recent Supreme Court decision.
BC Founders Professor Mary Bilder offers her suggestions to a Time Magazine request for posthumous presidential pardon ideas.
Professor Kari Hong's op-ed in the Huffington Post argues that families torn apart should be reunited and allowed to remain in the country.
Professor Greenfield writes an op-ed for the ACS blog on the potential of suits against companies operationalizing Trump immigration policies.
Professor Kari Hong's latest op-eds in Take Care and WBUR's Cognoscenti consider civil lawsuits seeking damages around family separations at the border, and the importance of asylum seekers.
BC Law clinical professor Paul Tremblay talks to the Boston Globe about the questions raised about City Hall ties of outside counsel investigating the fire department.
Libby Professor Kaveny gives her thoughts on abortion after the Ireland vote in a Commonweal op-ed.
Professor Mike Cassidy talks to WGBH about the hazards older inmates face while incarcerated.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to the Boston Herald about the AT&T-Time Warner merger approval.
Professor McCoy comments on Angelo Mozilo and his doomed mortgage machine in CNN Money.
Libby Professor Kaveny writes in Commonweal on the importance of forming a Catholic political imagination in an age of division.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to the Radio and Television Business Report on how to ‘fix’ the FCC’s ‘broken merger review process.’
Professor Mike Cassidy talks to Sports Illustrated about the strange case of an NCAA basketball sting, and an agent accused of inappropriate use of funds.
BC Law Drinan Professor George Brown moderated a panel at the Federal Bar Association's Evolution of Transportation Security Law Forum.
Professor Brian Quinn talks to Reuters about the CBS lawsuit against National Amusements, part of the battle over a proposed merger.
Professor Madoff talks to the Atlantic about donor advised funds and the culture of giving in Silicon Valley.
Libby Professor Kaveny is quoted in the Wall Street Journal on a message that still divides Catholics after 50 years.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to the LA Times about the proposed Sprint-T-Mobile deal, and the revival of the net neutrality fight.
Professor Bloom, author of the book "Ratting," served as an expert witness at New Haven murder trial, testifying that jailhouse informants often lie.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to the Los Angeles Times about the proposed Sprint-T-Mobile deal.
Professor Greenfield appeared as part of a National Constitution Center event to discuss the constitutional rights of corporations with UCLA Law professor Adam Winkler.
Professor Kari Hong talks to the Boston Globe about SCOTUS case involving a Brazilian immigrant who lives on Martha’s Vineyard.
Professor Kari Hong talks to Politifact about what the U.S. Supreme Court decision means for the deportation of criminal immigrants.
Professor Kari Hong talks to WGBH Greater Boston about the debate over capital punishment for cop killers.
Professor Madoff talks to the Chronicle of Philanthropy on the progressive moves of the charitable arm of Amalgamated Bank.
Professor Kari Hong talks to NBC 10 about President Trump's latest tweets on the program.
Professor George Brown talks to the Washington Post about three different legal team attempts to get a closer look at President Trump’s finances.
Professor Dan Lyons speaks to CNN Money on how the landmark antitrust case may affect consumer cable bills.
Professor Dan Lyons spoke to Yahoo Finance about the odds of a government victory in the blockbuster antitrust trial.
Professor Renee Jones talks to STAT about the role of the start up's #2 Balwani and his fight with the SEC.
Adjunct Professor Mahoney is quoted in a Washington Post story about why Fox News may not be penalized for airing Seth Rich conspiracy theory.
Professor Kari Hong talks to the Associated Press about the Trump administration's lawsuit, which echoes the Arizona immigration fight.
Professor Holper comments in Commonwealth Magazine on the increasing frequency of the MA US Attorney's office identifying defendants by their nationality.
Professor Greenfield argues in a Slate op-ed that if corporations are people, the airline has a free speech case over stance against the NRA.
Professor McCoy writes an op-ed on the Senate bill, which would roll back some Dodd-Frank regulations and may put consumers and banks at risk.
Libby Professor Kaveny's latest op-ed in Commonweal: how not to be overwhelmed by year-end requests for donations.
Professor Sherman's work is highlighted in an extensive report on the damaging effects of girls held in detention facilities.
Alex Bou-Rhodes '19 blogs about his experience with Rappaport Distinguished Visiting Professors O'Malley and Hines.
The BC Founders Professor will speak on "The Lady and George Washington: The Constitutional Politics of Gender" at Yale on March 1.
Professor Kaveny talks to America Magazine about the two new cases where LGBT workers at Catholic institutions were fired, raising hard (and new) questions.
Professor McCoy speaks to Reveal about how gentrification became low-income lending law’s unintended consequence.
Professor Dan Lyons spoke to CNN Money about DOJ antitrust chief Delrahim getting added to the witness list.
Professor Kari Hong speaks to the Washington Post about the recent Vera Institute of Justice email warning attorneys not to ‘mention’ abortion to immigrant teens in custody.
Professor Dan Lyons spoke to the Washington Post on the latest tactic between states and the FCC as the battle continues over net neutrality rules.
Watch video highlights from Professor Ray Madoff's presentation "Tax Policy, Nonprofits, Philanthropy, and the Implications of Tax Reform" at USC Price.
A special MA Senate committee held their first hearing at the State House, and Professor Dan Lyons was a featured expert.
Professor Brian Quinn talks to Reuters about how sexual harassment accusations are impacting company requirements to disclose.
Professor Madoff talks to the Wall Street Journal about why the tax bill made more people consider Donor Advised Funds.
Professor Kari Hong's op ed in the Huffington Post about her great-grandparents argues that immigration enforcement is hurting our country's economy and values.
Professor Lyons discusses the potential of bringing back net neutrality rules on a state level with Bloomberg Audio.
Professor Barrozo talks to Rewire about whether losing your job for sexual harassment is a violation of due process.
Professor Oei talks to The Morning Call about the potential benefits of the new tax bill for contract workers.
Professor Kari Hong comments in the Washington Post on the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans on a solution to DACA and immigration.
Professor Kari Hong writes an op ed for WBUR's Cognoscenti on why we should focus on comprehensive immigration reform.
Professor Chirba is quoted in a Boston Globe story highlighting shifts in the Affordable Care Act and compliance issues for businesses.
Professor Hong writes an op ed for The Crime Report on the law around threatening to withhold funding from so-called Sanctuary Cities.
Professor Madoff talks to CNBC about why the tax bill may affect the future charitable giving.
Professor Repetti speaks to Bloomberg, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Politico, Esquire and Mother Jones on the last-minute addition to the tax plan that would benefit real estate investors.
Professor Lyons talks to the Boston Globe, Bloomberg, and Seeker about the implications around the ending of net neutrality.
Professor Madoff appears in a Bloomberg story highlighting philanthropic advice from experts in the field, innovators and entrepreneurs.
Professor Lyons talks to USA Today about Disney's deal to buy key 21st Century Fox assets for $52.4 billion.
Professor Kent Greenfield, who led an effort to submit an amicus brief in the case, was among those who attended oral arguments before the US Supreme Court on Dec. 5.
Professor Madoff appears in a New Yorker article on Jim Simons, the billionaire Wall Street trader who has turned his attention to science.
Professor Madoff in The Atlantic on the rise of Donor Advised Funds, and whether they pose a risk to charitable giving.
Professor Lyons talks to NBC News about whether the upcoming potential appeal of net neutrality would be a disaster, or "another Y2K."
Dean Rougeau talks to the National Catholic Register on the US decision to leave the UN global migration discussions.
Professor Lyons discusses the decision to repeal the controversial regulations with the New York Times.
Professor Kaveny talks to Commonweal Magazine about the SCOTUS case involving a baker from Colorado who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Professor Lyons talks to Vox about whether Trump's tweets might affect the government's case against the AT&T–Time Warner deal.
Diane Ring presented on her upcoming UCLA Law Review article (with Professor Shu-Yi Oei) at the London School of Economics.
Professor Bloom talks to CBS about the SCOTUS case around cell phone tracking and privacy.
Prof. Hong's op ed for The Crime Report on need for more convictions and less punishment in reforming rape laws leads to appearance on NECN's The Take.
Professor Madoff speaks to The Take on how the GOP tax bill may cause a drop in donations to charities and non-profits.
Professor Madoff's op ed in the New York Times outlines the upcoming threats to charitable giving.
Professor Lyons discusses the decision to repeal the controversial regulations with the Huffington Post.
Founders Prof. Bilder recently appeared at a National Constitution Center event entitled "Hamilton's Vision of Federalism, National Authority, and Judicial Review."
Professor Madoff talks to Bloomberg about Hedge fund managers facing a big tax deadline, and whether DORs in line to help are the best solution.
Professors Ring, Oei analysis on how the proposed tax reform bill might lead to increased use of workers as contractors lauded by Forbes.
Professor Madoff talks to The Non-Profit Times about the impact of pending Estate Tax legislation on charities.
Professor Kaveny has published her latest book, "Ethics at the Edges of Law: Christian Moralists and American Legal Thought" from Oxford University Press.
Professor Repetti speaks to Marketplace on the real impact of state, sales and healthcare taxes on families in the US (4:45).
The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Christina Nolan '04 to become the first female US Attorney for Vermont.
The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Christina Nolan '04 to become the first female US Attorney for Vermont.
Professor Lyons discusses the Department of Justice challenge to AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner with Bloomberg News.
Professor Sherman quoted in the American Bar Association Journal on early intervention programs for girls in juvenile justice.
Professors Quinn, Carey discuss filing of amicus brief in corporate dissolution case with the SJC.
Professor Madoff talks to the New York Times about recent records from an offshore hideaway that show how billionaires shelter their money.
Professor Hong talks to the Globe about Temporary Protected Status for immigrants and writes an op-ed for Take Care on border security.
Professor Lyons discusses reports that Justice Department is considering a lawsuit to block AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner.
Professor Repetti quoted in MetroWest Daily News on the Trump tax plan's impact on Massachusetts.
Professor Beckman is featured in a new short film by Harvard's Criminal Justice Policy Program on the recent scrutiny around forensic science techniques.
Madoff talks to Bloomberg about the proposed tax on some wealthy college endowments.
NLJ outlines Prof. Greenfield's amicus brief on baker's SCOTUS case, and corporations mirroring shareholders' beliefs.
Professor Madoff talks to Reuters about the lack of regulation around the for-profit market dealing in bodies for research purposes.
Professor Beckman quoted in Mass Lawyers Weekly on New England Innocence Project budget concerns.
Professor Yen talks to the Associated Press about the former quarterback's claims of collusion against the league.
Jay Diaz, '12 and Professor Minuskin featured in Seven Days story about ACLU's growing role in Vermont.
Professor McCoy talks to CNN Money about how the bank wrongly hit homebuyers with fees to lock in mortgage rates.
Professor Kaveny discusses nominations to the federal judiciary with Commonweal and New York Times.
Professor Kaveny speaks about First Amendment in anticipation of SCOTUS decision.
The University Founders Professor will appear in a Constitutional Sources Project event, streamed online September 25.
Professor Kaveny's op-ed on the intersection of religion and politics, and the impact of Senator Feinstein's recent comments at the Barrett confirmation hearing.
Professor Hong speaks to the Los Angeles Times about the limits of Presidential authority.
Professor McCoy speaks to CBS News about the embattled head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Professor Greenfield quoted in Ozy op ed about whether to keep the pledge of allegiance as a school tradition.
Professor Hong writes an op ed for WBUR "Cognoscenti" and comments to ABC, other media outlets on Trump's decision to end the program.
Professor Lyons writes for the Boston Bar Journal on the long road for the Trump administration to undo Obama-era regulations.
Professor Lyons is quoted in Wired Magazine on why streaming services limit the number of downloads you can make.
Professor Cohen speaks to WBUR on juror's comments that prosecutors never came close to proving their case.
Professors Greenfield, Bloom talk to US News and World Report on the high bar to stop hate groups from marching.
Professor Greenfield talks to the Atlantic about large consumer companies weighing in on the side of marginalized and endangered groups.
The BC Law professor sits down with Richard Albert and I-CONnect to discuss his research.
Cathleen Kaveny speaks to the LA Times about the dean drug scandal at USC.
Professor Beckman quoted in Buzzfeed on sentencing for the woman accused of texting her boyfriend instructions to kill himself.
Professor Bloom talks to Reuters about the Massachusetts teen convicted of manslaughter.
Professor Ray Madoff is named a Power and Influence Award Winner by the NonProfit Times, putting her among the 50 most influential in the field.
Professor Greenfield believes the B Corps movement may mask the need for far greater changes in American companies.
Professor Kaveny wins Catholic Press Award for her new book "A Culture of Engagement."
In a Bloomberg podcast, Professor McCoy discusses how auto loan defaults could lead to a new debt crisis.
Professor Greenfield talks to Politifact on POTUS claims to have eliminated the rule prohibiting religious leaders to engage in politics.
Richard Albert weighs in on Charlie Baker's success as a governor on Metro.
Professor Hong talks to Radio Sputnik: the 'main problem is that most people don’t have records.’
Founders Prof. Bilder contributes to Time Magazine's salute to July 4th.
Prof. Kanstroom pens an op-ed for BC Law Magazine on constitutional rights v. presidential power.
Prof. Hong's op-ed in Cognoscenti, comments to AP lays out the most important details of the SCOTUS ruling.
Professor Greenfield appears on NECN to discuss the SCOTUS ruling and the current makeup of the court.
Ray Madoff talks to the Financial Times about the most powerful drivers of giving among affluent households.
Professor Bloom talks to CBS on the future of privacy, surveillance and policing technologies under Trump.
Professor Hong talks to CNN about next steps in text message suicide case.
Professor Albert comments in Boston Globe story on push to expand free schooling in Haiti.
Prof. Beckman quoted in the LA Times on case of Michelle Carter, on trial for urging her 18-year-old boyfriend to kill himself.
Professor Bloom talks to the Boston Globe on Michelle Carter’s lawyers aiming for acquittal before they call any witnesses.
Intent is key in text message suicide case, and Professor Hong tells CNN the laws may need to change.
Professor Beckman quoted in Buzzfeed on trial for the woman accused of texting her boyfriend instructions to kill himself.
Professor Wirth blogs on the latest developments around the US's exit from the Paris Agreement.
Professor Greenfield provided a primer for NECN on the impeachment process from Constitutional and historical perspectives.
Dean Rougeau joins a Fordham University panel to discuss the First Amendment and differences between countries.
Prof. Wirth weighs in on Trump’s first foreign trip and the fate of the Paris Agreement on Lawfare.
Professor Olson is quoted in BisNow about a lawsuit claiming Apple, Visa infringed on local company's patent for Apple Pay.
Prof. Kanstroom is quoted in WBUR, Washington Post on the movement toward more sanctuary cities and towns and Denver's recent law changes.
The President's words could weigh heavily in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ travel ban decision.
Professor Bloom talks to Esquire about why the ex-NFL star's suicide led to vacating his conviction.
Con law expert Professor Albert's op ed in the Boston Globe examines whether Haiti should relinquish its sovereignty.
Professor Bloom talks to the Boston Globe about repercussions from the ex-NFL star's death.
Trump won’t be able to take down national monuments without a legal fight, Prof. Plater says in Vice.
A federal judge in San Francisco dealt another blow to the Trump administration’s immigration policies on Tuesday.
Professor Daniel Lyons speaks to WBUR on Boston tech leaders' concerns about net neutrality under fire.
Professor Kari Hong talks to USA Today about the latest court case facing the Trump administration.
Professor Greenfield discusses the implications for the Senate and Gorsuch nomination on WBUR radio.
Prof. Bilder discusses her newest book, which reexamines James Madison's copious notes on the creation of the Constitution.
From the Boston Globe Ideas section: the Constitution doesn't mean what you think it means.
Professor Madoff talks to the Economist about the controversy surrounding Donor Advised Funds.
Professor Bloom talks to the Boston Globe about the ex-NFL star's latest day in court.
Professor Daniel Lyons' blog post was entered into the record by Senator Jeff Flake.
Professor McCoy talks to CNN Money about the recent comments from the Justice Department.
Professor Madoff talks to the NonProfit Times on her Forum on Philanthropy's latest event in New York.
Prof. Kanstroom is quoted in the Boston Globe and Christian Science Monitor on Trump's travel ban and immigration policies.
Professor Bloom in Huffington Post on the question of searching Dakota Access protesters’ Facebook accounts.
Professor Kari Hong interviewed by NECN, Drive at 5 on her the latest immigration executive order.
A Harvard conference, featuring BC Law Professor and former Dean Coquillette, confronts academia’s ties to slavery.
"This is where the fiction of the American Dream dies. It's over."
Professor Lyons interviewed on WBUR regarding Congressman Markey's latest comments.
A new edition of Professor Mark Brodin's book has been released.
Transgender teen moves forward with Supreme Court challenge after Trump action.
Professor Hong is interviewed by Metro on her most significant concerns with POTUS immigration policies.
Professor Holper is quoted in Boston Magazine about Sanctuary Cities and 287(g) agreements.
Professor Kari Hong speaks to CNN about the Executive Order legal arguments.
Professor Bloom talks to Reuters about the ex-NFL star's latest day in court.
Professor Plater is quoted in Vice on whether the decision to finish the Dakota Access Pipeline may have been illegal.
Professor Kari Hong speaks to USA Today, CNN about the Executive Order travel ban arguments.
Brief argues that Trump's executive order violates the Establishment Clause.
In a Cognoscenti op ed, Professor Hong argues there is one clear way to end Trump’s immigration ban.
Prof. Daniel Kanstroom is featured in the Boston Globe's take on Trump's executive order.
Professor Hong talks to the Boston Herald on the next steps in the fight over Trump's Executive Order.
In a Boston Globe Q&A, Professor Hong explains why the term is misleading.
Professor Bloom talks to Washington Post about a basketball coach's recent lawsuit.
BC Law professors weigh in on what we might expect as Donald Trump takes office.
Professor McCoy talks to the Wall Street Journal about what happens to your mortgage after a fire.
Professor Sherman in quoted in Boston Magazine about Somerville's mayor and Donald Trump
Professor Bloom talks to USA Today on federal trial for MA pharmacist Barry Cadden.
Professor Sherman quoted in a Jezebel story about a teen's death while under juvenile detention.
Professor Wirth talks to Inside Climate News on Trump's climate change denials.
Professor Hong's Washington Post op ed takes on the president-elect's plan for deporting illegal immigrants.
Professor Lyons in Daily Caller on Orlando nightclub victims' families suing Facebook and others.
Professor Sherman quoted in Baltimore Sun story on young women in Maryland’s juvenile justice system.
Professor Plater is quoted in Climate Central on potential Interior appointment.
Professor Chirba is quoted in Nature on clinical trials and stem cells.
Professor Sherman's report on girls in juvenile justice system highlighted in Chicago Tribune story on impact of violence.
Professor Wirth talks to the Guardian on the President-Elect's promise to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.
Professor Brodin talks to the Globe regarding alleged discrimination in State Police hiring.
Professor Madoff talks to the Financial Times on LLCs vs traditional foundations.
Professor Quinn talks to Reuters on the president-elect's business conflicts.
Professor Bloom talks to CBS on Donald Trump's recent tweet about the American flag.
Professor Kaveny talks to the National Catholic Reporter about how Donald Trump won.
Professor Quinn talks to CBS about the many businesses of President-Elect Donald Trump.
Professor Madoff talks to the Wall Street Journal on why only the wealthy are giving more.
Professor Kanstroom talks to PRI about changes we might see under the president-elect.
Professor Cassidy talks to the Boston Globe about allegations related to three cases.
Professor Hong talks to NECN about the president-elect's SCOTUS choice.
Professor Greenfield talks to the Boston Globe about the future of the Court.
Professor Madoff explains the rise of DAFs in the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Professor Hong talks to ABC News about a potential major ruling on transgender rights.
BC Law Professor Jim Repetti analyzes the massive 1995 loss that allowed Trump to avoid years of taxes on NECN.
Prof. Daniel Kanstroom advocates for a commutation program for the wrongly deported in an op-ed for the New York Times.
Do law enforcement powers threaten our liberties? Assistant Professor Kari Hong weighs in.
Professor Ray D. Madoff has collaborated with philanthropist Lewis B. Cullman in an essay in the newest issue of the New York Review of Books.
Prof. Katharine Young was selected to present her paper “Rights and Queues” at the 2016 Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum.
Prof. Richard Albert helped to organize a “Constitutionalism Under Extreme Conditions” symposium in Israel.
Rappaport panel assesses Massachusetts' actions during pandemic, explores lessons learned and next steps.
Volunteer Lawyers Project bestows pro bono award to graduate for his public interest efforts in the Boston community.
A Rappaport Center panel on Civil Rights and Criminal Justice brings experts together to discuss the complexities of racism.
Visiting consumer expert set to teach on financial and public policy this fall.
Judge exonerates Ronnie Qualls after 27 years in prison in case hard-fought by BC Law Innocence clinic.
Incumbent US Senator Markey ’72 prevails in primary while Stephen Lynch ’91 beats back challenge to his Congressional seat.
Grants to support research related to the Rappaport Center Fellows’ internships have been awarded to three 2020 Fellows.
A copyright showdown between the music industry's Big Three record labels and a broadband internet renegade results in a $1 billion jury verdict.
Nathaniel Romano, SJ joins the Law School to teach Law and Religion and Constitutional Law: Rights and Equality.
Sophia Hall '12 is appointed to Boston Bar Association committee to investigate police accountability.
Three 2019 graduates awarded for pro bono work on behalf of asylum seekers as associates at K&L Gates.
Rebalancing the global economy will require an understanding of consensual economic exchanges, not those that are coerced.
SCOTUS Blog interviews Professor Catharine Wells about her new book Oliver Wendell Holmes: A Willing Servant to an Unknown God.
The "new normal" begs the difficult questions of how society must change on a personal level.
Policy inaction and poor design risk exacerbating emerging shocks and associated economic inequalities.
Tax expert suggests economic equity be given more consideration than efficiency in current social climate.
The resilience of street-level economies offers positive outlook for local businesses.
Immigration law, criminal law, and LGBT issues expert says it's time for America to open the doors.
White male aristocracy in America paints a tainted legacy of racial superiority.
Drawbacks of prioritizing efficiency and profits in current corporate system revealed in economic consequences of pandemic.
While solving racism in police forces is no simple task, finding ways to deter bad officers is first step.
The structure of the tax system in the future will be vital to determining justice in communities.
Reforms alone will not heal the current justice system, where those in the minority are not equitably served.
Federal and state leadership balance each other as society battles both health and social crises.
A sense of solidarity emerging in an uncertain environment offers hope for more inclusive outlook.
Legal historian says if we remain true to our values of compassion and care for all, we can meet the challenges before us.
The effectiveness of rule of law in community relies on the open hearts and minds of those within.
Acting without careful regard to strong values during times of pandemic unveils consequences for criminal justice.
Corporate and securities law professor attributes poor response to coronavirus to lack of competent cooperation among governments.
Navigating the pandemic reveals the benefits as well as the challenges of operating under local and federal governance.
Employment benefits expert voices America's need for broader availability of social insurance.
Constitutional law scholar discusses how the "participatory conception" of the rule of law could change everything.
Flaws in employment laws and regulation reveal restricted opportunities for economic advancement.
Mass incarceration is but one example of disabling criminal justice policies that burden African Americans.
Dean Rougeau says it is time to attack the disease of racism in order to build a democracy that serves everyone.
Reimagining current tax laws can encourage more effective charitable donations.
Business law scholar Atinuke Adediran will teach civil procedure, professional responsibility, and access to justice.
Olson says emphasis on innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth can lead to a better future for all.
The treatment of immigrants during the pandemic points to a national human rights reckoning.
Boston's NAACP leader Sullivan named to new commission when mayor declares racism a public health crisis.
The pandemic, racism, and climate change form a vortex of warnings that the environment must be healed.
Dean Vincent Rougeau has been named inaugural director of the new Boston College initiative.
The consequences of our impoverished view reveal both the pain and the possibilities of constitutional freedoms.
Adjunct Professor Tom Carey and BC Law's Amicus Clinic offer new perspective in case investigating US federal immigration agency's rights to make arrests in state courts.
From the Vision Project Series and the field of economic and social rights comes Professor Young's voice of reason.
In BC Law Magazine Vision Project, Professor Barrozo launches a faculty series on building a more just society.
Dean Rougeau's letter to the community mourns the countless numbers who have been injured or killed because of the color of their skin.
Healthcare professionals share wisdom, offer advice at Rappaport Center event aimed at helping families.
Dean Rougeau delivers awards virtually to 19 graduating students and one student organization, capping a week of online activities.
Three fellowships and a Drinan Award support new grads pursuing careers in public service.
The 35-year member of the Law Library staff was a giver of time and kindness.
GradReports assesses by-major student earnings data from 70 majors at the bachelor's and master's degree levels.
Amelia Wirts ’17 achieves a first with joint JD-PhD degree in law and philosophy.
Ismail Ercan '22 among seven national recipients of Morgan Lewis 2020 scholarship.
Noted activist Rick Steiner discusses "our last best chance to save our world" from irreversible environmental damage.
In-person representation becomes almost impossible for immigration lawyer Shannon Johnson ’15 and her team.
In a first, BC Law students in the Ninth Circuit Appellate Program clinic argue a case remotely.
Professor Chirba's talk at the Schiller Institute last fall haunts in its foreshadowing of dangers of bad health policy.
Far from home, 1L Siyi Lin bears witness to Covid's devastation on two continents.
Earthjustice's Jan Hasselman '97 gets results as court makes pro-tribe finding in ongoing Dakota Pipeline case.
Four BC Law students among those selected for the coveted summer placements.
BC Law professor and students argue for protocols to protect victims of sexual assault.
Professors Lenza and Simone Kang launch series on international impact of Covid-19.
High BC Law employment figures for 2019 grads show effective career-focused operation at work.
Professor Irit Tamir offers ways the private sector can meet the civic challenges of COVID-19.
Bar exam postponed, student relief fund established as BC Law responds to pandemic.
Michael Mone ’67, was beloved as a witty friend and admired as a leader among lawyers.
Ready for its close-up, BC Law recreates the lived experience online with videos, webinars, and classroom visits.
The bestselling thriller by law alum William Landay becomes eight-part series on Apple TV.
Stress management and meditation expert Kelvin Chin ’83 calms with sage advice.
In virtual classroom, students learn the challenges of youth advocacy during pandemic.
Latinx publisher Alexis Ruginis ’10 creates colorful worksheets for families confined by pandemic.
Hilary Weddell's is among dozens of alumni updates shared with BC Law Magazine before the outbreak.
Rappaport visiting professor Jane Swift says the experience of remote teaching is "a doozy."
Despite challenges, Law Review and UCC Reporter-Digest proceed with elections, plan coming issues.
Rappaport panel brings together top lawmakers and law enforcement officials to discuss remedies for a system in transition.
Four professors launch ongoing project to track quality of legislation and directives around pandemic.
BC Law's Innocence Program makes its second case in a year that frees a wrongly incarcerated man, this time Ronnie Qualls.
Professor Catharine Wells's book offers new insights into the mind of Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes
Former FDC chief counsel Daniel Troy provides insider insights into drug costs.
Constitutional scholar Michael Gerhardt who testified at Trump impeachment hearings looks at the proceedings with an experienced eye.
Young scholars bring expertise in access to justice, immigration, and transactional law.
US Representative discusses his conservative views and advocates for working across party lines.
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