Jerome Lyle Rappaport Visiting Professors in Law and Public Policy
The Jerome Lyle Rappaport Visiting Professors in Law and Public Policy are a diverse group of public sector luminaries who spend a semester at Boston College Law School teaching a seminar on public policy, delivering a community address, and meeting with students, faculty, and members of the BC and Rappaport Center communities. Appointed for the breadth of their public sector experience, the Visiting Professors have included:
- Martin O'Malley, former Governor of Maryland, Mayor of Baltimore, and U.S. presidential candidate
- Carmen Ortiz, first Latina woman appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts
- Hon. Geraldine S. Hines, first African-American woman to serve on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
- Robert J. Cordy, former Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
- Dannel P. Malloy, former Governor of Connecticut and newly appointed Chancellor of the University of Maine system
- Jane Swift, former Governer of Massachusetts and president and executive director of LearnLaunch, Inc.
Senior Fellows in Residence
Senior Fellows in Residence at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy are mid-career professionals in various disciplines who are deeply engaged at the highest level of research and practice regarding current issues of law and public policy. They may come from government, the judiciary, academia, or the nonprofit sector.
The Senior Fellows will be in residence for one week at Boston College Law School. During their residency, Senior Fellows will teach a seminar, deliver a public lecture, and engage with the BC and Rappaport communities.
- Brittny Saunders, Deputy Commissioner for Strategic Initiatives at the New York City Human Rights Commission and former interim counsel for Mayor Bill de Blasio (September 23-27, 2019)
- Zephyr Teachout, Law Professor, author, activist, and a former candidate for New York Attorney General and Governor (October 28-November 1, 2019)
- Lance Freeman, Professor in the Urban Planning program at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (November 11-15, 2019)
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