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Mary Pat Brogan ’16 and Shayna Sehayik ’16 (above, left to right) prevailed in the case that they represented before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this past spring. T
US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on July 9 appointed Judge Paul J. Barbadoro ’80 of the US District Court of New Hampshire to serve as chair of the Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States.
Law School alumna Shannon Miller--who was on the "magnificent seven" team that took gold for the U.S. at the 1996 Olympics and is herself the most decorated gymnast in the nation's history--is interviewed about her life as a broadcaster, author, motivational speaker, and ovarian cancer survivor: NBCNews.com.
Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Brett Walker ’13 has been selected by the American Bar Association as one of its inaugural top 40 lawyers under the age of 40.
Justice Dias Toffoli, one of the youngest justices to serve on the Brazilian Supreme Court, reached deep into his nation’s and America’s legal histories to provide a BC Law lecture July 14 explaining democracy in Brazil as seen through the lens of his country’s Supreme Court.
Sajid Shahrair ’16 has been chosen as a Presidential Management Fellowship finalist.
In a Missouri medical malpractice case expected to reverberate nationwide among those trying to stem the tide of opioid abuse, a St. Louis jury in June imposed a $17.6 million verdict on behalf of a plaintiff represented by a trial team that included Johnny M. Simon ’15.
Nate Kosolf ’14 was recently featured on WBUR about his work teaching middle school students about their legal rights.
Rising third-year student Kendall Dacey has won a $2,500 scholarship as part of the USAttorneys.com National Scholarship Essay Contest.
Experiential learning—in the form of clinics, externships, and advocacy programs—has been a part of the law school experience for decades, but traditionally it has been kept mostly separate from the classroom.