Six Boston College law professors have signed onto a brief urging the Supreme Court to drop the obstruction charges against Shelley Joseph, a Newton District Court judge. […]
“We’re not trying to create mediocre lawyers or average lawyers,” Kanstroom said. “We’re trying to create excellent lawyers who are smart and know what they’re doing and [more importantly], why they’re doing it.” […]
Retired four-star General George Casey Jr. spoke about the relationship between the military and its civilian overseers. […]
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins has received backlash for a policy related to the non-prosecution of certain charges. […]
BC Law professor Frank Garcia gave a talk titled “Consent, Coercion and Democracy: Trade & Foreign Relations in the Trump Era” on March 14. […]
To kick off the weekend before the midterm elections, Boston College Law hosted four guest speakers on Friday to discuss the role that criminal conviction plays in voter and social disenfranchisement and the issues it poses to democracy. […]
“If you stay silent, over time, it’s easier and easier to stay silent. Or you [can] speak up. It gets easier and easier to speak,” said Greenfield.
On Oct. 5, 24 professors from Boston College Law School signed a letter alongside 2,400 other law professors from across the country, that asked senators not to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court based on what they said was a lack of a proper judicial temperament. […]