Boston College Law School Magazine Online
Teaching Law Will Never Be the Same
By Austin Chandler September 17, 2021
Keynoter Sandra Leung ’84 says move towards erosion of IP rights globally is frightening.
By Jamie Ehrlich ’23 October 26, 2020
Outspoken scholar on voting rights considers the stakes in 2020.
By Zoë Atchinson ’22 October 14, 2020
How lawyers make cures happen.
Professor Brodin calls for the end of the "400-year hate-crime spree against African Americans."
June 26, 2020
How innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth can help to cure what ails us.
By Jeri Zeder June 19, 2020
How the lessons—and regulations—of the previous downturn can inform post-pandemic society.
By David Reich June 18, 2020
Humans do not stand alone, as religions have taught us for centuries.
By David Reich June 11, 2020
The expertise of key legal actors and the reflective power internal to the legal systems of the world can help vanquish those who threaten democracy.
By David Reich June 3, 2020
Far from home, 1L Siyi Lin bears witness to Covid's devastation on two continents.
By Vicki Sanders April 16, 2020