In Brief

Change-Makers

A Safeguard for Juveniles: A prize-winning paper by Hana Sahdev ’17 has called attention to the fact that safeguards meant to protect children are failing them by not preventing uncounseled confessions. Sahdev won the American Constitution Society’s 2017 Constance Baker Motley National Student Writing Competition for “Juvenile Miranda Waivers and Wrongful Convictions,” which she wrote for her Wrongful Convictions seminar. It is...

By the Numbers

Boston College Law School continues to impress with top rankings in a variet...

No. 3 Top 10 public/private law schools that “pay off” (salary to debt ratio) No.1 Private school —US News andWorld Report No. 13 Most alumni promoted to partner —National Law Journal No. 16 Top law schools —Above the Law No. 26 Overall rank 2017 4+ Places rose since 2016 10+ Places rose in past 3 years No. 20 Rank of tax program No. 22 Ra...

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Protector-In-Chief

A glimpse into the life of a Solicitor General. ...

During a turn last October as Distinguished Lecturer of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy, form...

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Around the Academy

Charles J. Ogletree Jr. and Kimberly Robinson: The discrimination law scholars discussed The Enduring Legacy of Rodriguez: Creating New Pathways to Equal Educational Opportunit...

Raising the Bar

Moot Champs: The BC Law National Moot Court Team took home the sixty-seventh national New England Regional Championship title in November. Morgan Sellers, Jennifer Lang, and Rufus Urion prevailed over Vermont in the finals after defeating Suffolk Law and Boston University, where the competition was held. Lang was named Best Oralist. The students are competing in the national finals in New York in late January. Good Deeds: Massach...