Boston College Law School Magazine Online
Democracy Faces Headwinds in Brazil
By Sean Doolittle ’24 September 29, 2022
Genocide or Crimes Against Humanity? The Difference Matters
By Austin Chandler May 6, 2022
Another Migrant Disgrace: A resettlement crisis in the Caribbean has been largely eclipsed by the migration of refugees in the Middle East, but it is ...
Professor makes it his mission to strengthen constitutions around the globe.
By Jeri Zeder Winter 2016
Professor Kohler’s exploration of philosophy and German labor law provides rare insight into fundamental differences in how Americans and Europeans think.
By Jeri Zeder Summer 2015
Collaborating Across the Pond: While a student in the London Program last semester, Rita Muse ’15 interned at Justice, where she was tasked with creating ...
Freedom Fighter: Visiting scholar Juan Carlos Portilla, above, has used the resources of several BC Law faculty and students to secure the release of a ...
During his semester in the London Program, Zachary Jacobson was placed with barrister Nazeer Chowdhury at Henderson Chambers in Inner Temple, where he observed a ...
Celebrating twenty-five years of an experiential program that just keeps getting better.
By Jane Whitehead Summer 2014