The global COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to close campus to visitors, so we have created this site to serve as an online Admitted Student Day. Browse our recorded and live panels below, and check back as we add more content. One of our greatest strengths is our uniquely warm, supportive community. If you would like to talk to a current student, faculty member, or a member of our alumni about what it's like to join that community, please let us know. We are looking forward to seeing you next fall.
Curious about what getting called on in class is like? How interactive is a lecture? Learn whether intent to murder is morally wrong as you get a feel for academic life at BC Law: watch professor Steven Koh teach his Criminal Law class (with admitted students also in the audience).
Want to know what it's really like to be a BC Law student? A recording of our live student panel is now available, as five current students discuss their experiences at BC Law and answer questions about academics, campus life, career prospects and the unique and supportive community.
Alumni Board President Steve Riden describes the power of the BC Law network, how he owes his career to the School, why the people he met are still his closest friends--and why a third of the members of his law firm are BC graduates (hint: BC Law grads are fiercely loyal. They're also great lawyers).
BC Law students guide you through the most popular places to live, from Cleveland Circle to Newton to Brighton.
Faculty Spotlight - Daniel Kanstroom
Where does law end? This has been the focus of Prof. Daniel Kanstroom's research on immigration and deportation.
The City of Boston
Boston is home to more than 2,000 law firms and the federal First Circuit. We connect students to high-tech startups and major players in venture capital, finance, biotech, healthcare, & government.
Our Academic Philosophy
Academic Dean Alfred Yen explains what sets our faculty apart, and why our collaborative approach works so well.
Faculty Spotlight: Ingrid Hillinger
Named one of the top 26 law professors in the country, Professor Hillinger inspires and challenges students.
Alumni Spotlight: Debra Yang '85
DraftKings and Uber have sought the counsel of Debra Yang '85. The first female Asian American US Attorney in history, now in private practice, is a graduate of BC Law.
BC Law's strength in civil and criminal litigation is drawn from classes like Professor McEvoy's Trial Practice.
Faculty Spotlight: Patricia McCoy
Prominent scholar Patricia McCoy focuses on financial products, consumer welfare, and systemic risk.
Alumni Spotlight: Ray Mercedes '07
Raymond Mercedes '07 is the Senior Vice President, Associate General Counsel - Chief of Staff of Corporate & Legal Affairs, for Univision.
Due to the campus shutdown, we are scheduling phone interviews with admitted students. Please choose an admissions professional below to book a call with them.
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