The connections you form at BC Law last a lifetime, and the BC Law community extends far beyond the classmates and professors you met during your time on campus. It includes the classes that came before you, the students who are following in your footsteps now, and the communities around the world who are directly impacted by the work our alumni do. Learn more about how you can stay connected to the BC Law community through our alumni chapters and our online network.
Our Alumni Chapters
Advance your career and meet new people in your area through BC Law chapters and affinity groups.
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To learn about starting an alumni group or chapter, contact the BC Law School Alumni Relations Office at 617-552-4703 or email@example.com.
Get Assistance with Your Career Search
The Law School Office of Career Services offers a suite of tools through the SAGE online platform.
Use your SAGE account to schedule an appointment with a career counselor. Alternatively, please call 617-552-4345 for assistance in scheduling an appointment.
Alumni Career Resources
Connect with current students as they explore their career options by becoming a 1L Mentor. Learn more about how you can be a student mentor by contacting Lauren McCauslin, associate director, alumni relations and volunteer engagement, at 617-552-2696 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use our online directory BC LawNet to search for your classmates’ contact information, register for events, submit Class Notes, maintain an @bc.edu forwarding address, and review and update your contact information. BC LawNet is available to all BC Law alumni and current students.
Explore BC Law’s publications to hear the latest news about our alumni, students, faculty, and friends.
BC Law School Magazine, our official alumni magazine, highlights the people, programs, and legal endeavors that make BC Law one of America’s leading professional academies.
The BC Law: Impact blog is run by students, for students. It chronicles the daily lives of BC Law students and the internships and volunteer opportunities they complete outside the classroom.
Digital Commons @ BC Law is the home of the scholarly works of the BC Law community. Here you can find BC's Law Reviews, as well as the latest publications by BC Law’s prolific faculty.