Our acclaimed faculty are passionate about the law, and about educating the principled leaders of tomorrow. Our rigorous curriculum and rich experiential opportunities will challenge you to expand your knowledge while understanding your impact on society.
The Case for Masks
Professor Dean Hashimoto, JD, MD, on his dramatic masking study that led the CDC and others around the world to change their guidance.
World-class scholars and mentors, they've argued in front of the US Supreme Court, counseled Fortune 500 companies, and championed human rights across the globe.Learn More
A complete legal education brings the law to life, combining traditional classroom methods with practical applications.Learn More
Each year, more than 150 BC Law students contribute as writers and editors to our flagship Boston College Law Review (BCLR) and our Uniform Commercial Code Digest.Learn More
From your first day on campus you'll engage with an academic program proven to develop dynamic thinkers, leaders, litigators, and negotiators.Learn More
Our holistic approach helps you discern the academic path that best fits your interests, skills, and ambitions.Learn More
BC Law offers a comprehensive program in international and comparative law delivered by a world-class faculty.Learn More
We prepare students for professional success at the highest level—and in a way uniquely suited to each person's particular talents. Professor and former Associate Dean of Faculty Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen explains what sets our faculty apart, and why our collaborative approach works so well.
To enrich our already vibrant academic community, BC Law runs faculty workshops inviting distinguished scholars from U.S. and international law schools to present on their latest scholarship and works-in-progress.
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“Students should be challenged and pushed to think rigorously, yet feel safe and supported. I want them to feel free to strongly disagree with each other, in a respectful manner, while listening to and trying to understand different perspectives.”
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