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Perfecting Cannabis Policy

Rappaport panelists discuss role of municipalities and criminal justice refo...

The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy continued to place a spotlight on issues of equality, inequal...

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Recidivism: We Can Solve This

Congressman Kennedy, Judge Donatelle are cautiously optimistic about solutio...

Professor Michael Cassidy didn’t minimize the challenges facing the criminal justice system as he opened t...

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In His Own Good Time

Five decades in, Thomas Carey ’65 still makes his mark on clinical educati...

When Thomas J. Carey was a law student in the 1960s, students took two years of required courses and then el...

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On the Move

Correcting the false narratives of global migration....

When scholar E. Tendayi Achiumeopened a two-day global migration conference at BC Law last April, seven choi...

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‘Not Happening on My Watch’

New Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins sticks to her vow to reform a system th...

When Rachel Rollins was elected Suffolk County District Attorney in November of 2018, the nation took notice...

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A Mastermind at Work

A half-century in, Thomas Carey ’65 still rules as a clinical and moot cou...

Professor Thomas J. Carey ’65, is a bridge between the old and new in legal education. As a law student, h...

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The Electoral College Dilemma

Rappaport panel debates whether the voting mechanism is a "disaster" or a "b...

Calling the Electoral College one of the “least understood disasters at the core of our Constitution,” H...