The BC Innocence Project, inspired by The Innocence Project founded in 1992, is a program at BC Law that serves to provide legal help to those in Massachusetts wrongfully convicted of crimes.
BC Law’s Mary Bilder was selected this month as a Top Woman of Law by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, and awarded for her work and research in the field of law along with five other BC Law alumni.
The BC Law School announced this week that Jeanne Shaheen, the first female senator and governor of New Hampshire, will speak at the 2016 commencement.
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at BC Law hosted an event on Friday to explore the student debt crisis.
Two lawyers from the defense team from Netflix series ‘Making a Murderer’ spoke to students at BC Law School on Wednesday about their experiences with the trial.
A think tank formed by several BC Law professors is taking on the questions of tax-free endowments and philanthropic donations.
The environmental law class, taught by third-year law students at BC, will give undergrads the opportunity to take more classes at BC Law.
David Simas, BC Law ’95 is named the BC Law commencement speaker.
Jackie De La Rosa, BC Law ’13, traces her path from working with Mark Cuban to co-founding her own startup, Oasys Ventures.
The voices of nine current students will be incorporated into the new blog, which aims to become an editorial voice for those at BC law.