Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy

Photo/Reba Saldanha  April 3, 2019

‘Not Happening on My Watch’

New Suffolk Country DA Rachel Rollins sticks to her vow to reform a system t...

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

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Rappaport Names 2019 Fellows

BC Law students win three of the coveted summer placements....

Three of the twelve 2019 Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy summer internships in public service hav...

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Where Did All the Talent Go?

Former Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy ’80 warns of consequences unless...

Law schools must produce more lawmakers, former Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy ’80 told more than 1...

Photo/Reba Saldanha  November 30, 2018

Education’s Thorny Truths

Rappaport convenes experts to untangle the impediments to college completion...

It was one of the semester's most important gatherings—an assembly of nearly two dozen experts convened ...

Photo/Reba Saldanha October 18, 2018

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...

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Impeachment as a Partisan Tool

How misunderstanding of this much-abused mechanism may be hurting democracy....

Months before the 2016 election, Joshua Matz was already stunned by the frequency and vitriol of impeachment...

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A Policy Powerhouse

Now in its fourth year at BC Law, the Rappaport Center is making more than a...

The event was like so many BC Law’s Rappaport Center has presented, bristling with ideas and stimulating c...