Coquillette-Kimball book continues to garner appreciation for the unseen hands that built Harvard Law
Two years after the publication of a troubling chronicle of Harvard Law School’s early entanglement with slavery, the discoveries of co-authors BC Law professor Daniel Coquillette (right) and historian Bruce Kimball are still resonating.
The most recent in a series of responses to On the Battlefield of Merit occurred Sept. 5 at the unveiling of a memorial plaque in the Harvard Law...
A civil rights issue that Quinnipiac law professor Kevin Barry ’00 has been pondering for nearly a decade—as legislative advocate, scholar, and civil rights lawyer—came to a historic turning point in May when a US judge ruled that a transgender woman could bring a discrimination claim under the American with Disabilities Act based on gender dysphoria.
Human Rights and the National Interest: The case study of asylum, migration and national border protection
Lecturer: Boston College Gasson Chair, Fr. Frank Brennan, S.J. Bio
Respondent: Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell, University of Notre Dame Bio
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With Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School; Aziz Huq, University of Chicago Law School; Kent Greenfield, BC Law School; and Ken Kersch, Boston College; moderated by Katharine Young, BC Law School
Copies of Professor Tushnet's book In the Balance: Law and Politics on the Roberts Court will be available for purchase at the...
BC Law has been named one of "10 Law Schools Where Salaries for Grads Most Outweigh Debt" by US News and World Report. The list is compiled using a ratio of median starting salary (private sector) to average debt. BC Law is ranked 7th. The school was also recently ranked 25th on Forbes Magazine's list of "Law Schools Whose Grads Make the Highest Starting Salaries." The list uses data provided to Forbes by law schools.