Making Latino Voices Count

Despite efforts to suppress voters' rights, the nation's largest racial mino...

The Boston College Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA) and the BC Law Democrats joined forces Oct...

Miller ’21 Wins Writing Award

For her paper on protecting retirees' pension plans, 3L is honored by the Am...

Rebecca Miller ’21 has been awarded the Alvin D. Lurie Memorial Award by the American College of Employee ...

An Election Like No Other

Outspoken scholar on voting rights considers the stakes in 2020....

“Looking to the Supreme Court to ensure the right to vote in this election is probably whistling past the ...

Getting Real about Getting Along

Covering civil rights, criminal justice, and Jewish-Black relations, panelis...

“The first thing I lost in law school is the reason I came,” Jonathan Rapping (above) said at a BC Law e...

Ranked Choice Voting: Yes or No?

Rappaport Center debate on Massachusetts ballot Question 2 elicits strong ar...

The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy hosted a debate October 8 on Question 2 on the Massachusetts ...

One Alum’s Fearless Lawyering

Yliana Johansen-Mendez ’11 helps desperate immigrant teen attain legal sta...

Ibrahim Haruna is lucky to be alive. Six years ago, just fourteen and newly orphaned, Haruna fled his abusiv...