Brett Gannon ’21

Justice Was His Middle Name

Jurist Ralph Gants, "a man who loved to see things through,” left an indel...

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants, a legendary figure in Massachusetts jurispr...

The Problem with Speaking Up

Rappaport Fellow explores why the historically oppressed remain so....

A public rights advocate has taken the novel step of applying “the squeaky wheel” adage to equitable la...

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...

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...

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...

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...

‘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...

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...