Boston College Law School Magazine Online
What's Next for the Supreme Court? Two Views.
By Jamie Ehrlich ’23 November 8, 2022
American Constitution Society Event provides opportunity for the community to pay respects to a legal giant.
By Tatiana-Rose Becker ’21 September 23, 2020
The consequences of that view reveal both the pain and the possibilities of constitutional freedoms.
By Jeri Zeder June 10, 2020
BC Law School mourns the passing of Professor Emeritus Arthur Berney.
By Jane Whitehead April 8, 2020
Scholars debate the pros and cons of originalism.
By Devon Sanders ’22 February 24, 2020
In addition to BC Law Dean Vincent Rougeau, who has officially assumed his role as The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) President-elect, a number ...
January 17, 2020
New York commissioner shares racial justice strategies, scholars preview SCOTUS cases, supply chain expert discusses compliance, and more in this review of September events.
October 7, 2019
Appointment to Moore’s Federal Practice gives constitutional scholar the ability to make his mark on SCOTUS.
By Jaegun Lee ’20 September 23, 2019
Professor Kent Greenfield writes a head-turning book about Citizens United.
By Clea Simon January 29, 2019
New book takes a radical approach to the quandary left by Citizens United.
By Clea Simon November 14, 2018