Home> Law Schools> Boston College Law School >Videos
BC Law
Contribute to the information on this page: Suggest Edits
Back to profile


Equity Gaps in Education: What Now?
Part of the Rappaport Center Webinar Series Moderator: REBEKAH LEVINE COLEY Chair and Professor, Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Boston College; Rappaport Center Advisory Board Member Panelists: NEEMA AVASHIA 8th Grade Civics Tea...

Pursue Your LLM at BC Law
Program director and LLM students provide an overview of the BC Law LLM Program, and explain why they feel it is such a unique opportunity to study law in the United States.

ASM Week Four: Careers at BC Law
Want to know where your career might take you? High profile alumni share their experiences and talk about their career paths. Featuring: Debra Yang ‘85, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, former United States Attorney (CA) John McHale ‘75, Forme...

COVID-19: Analyzing the Legal and Policy Implications of the Pandemic
Lea and Tom discuss legal implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic with Professor Hashimoto and Professor McMorrow.

Towards Equitable Enforcement: Moving Beyond the Squeaky Wheel Problem of a Complaint-Based System
Part of the Rappaport Center for Law & Public Policy Webinar Series Senior Fellow in Residence Community Address: Jonathan Miller, Legal Director at the Public Rights Project, 2021 Senior Fellow in Residence The talk focuses on the flaws of the cur...

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at BC Law
DEI Director Lisa Brathwaite describes how BC Law honors every voice, and how our LAHANAS diverse student orgs bring a richness of experiences and perspectives to campus.

Mental Health March With Rebecca Langsam (3L)
Lea and Rebecca Langsam (3L) discuss the importance of mental health in law school and some of their own strategies of managing stress

"A Terrific Decision to go to BC:" Brigida Benitez '93
Brigida Benitez, Partner at Steptoe & Johnson in DC, former President of the DC Bar Association, and named one of the 25 'Most Influential Hispanics' by Latino Leaders Magazine, talks about her cases arguing before the Supreme Court and her experienc...

"An Environment Where Everyone is Welcome:" Randy McMillan '95
Randy McMillan '95, Vice President of Business Affairs at BMI, talks about his life and career, and how different experiences and perspectives help people understand the importance of a welcoming, equitable future for all.

Defunding vs Reforming the Police
Rappaport Center Webinar Series: Defunding vs. Reforming the Police: Varying Approaches to Addressing Police Misconduct in the 21st Century Senior Fellow in Residence Community Address: Ajmel Quereshi, Senior Counsel at NAACP Legal Defense and Educa...

Diversity Month With Dean Vincent Rougeau and Director of DEI Programs, Lisa Brathwaite
Joanna speaks with Dean Vincent Rougeau and Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Programs, Lisa Brathwaite about diversity in the legal profession. They discuss positive changes that have been made, as well as work that still needs to be done.

ASM Week Two: Criminal Law Class
Week two of BC Law's Admitted Student Month Activities brings you Criminal Law Class with Professor Steven Koh. During this hour he discusses the fundamental questions of criminal responsibility and the death penalty. This was an interactive event, w...

Mental Health March Kick-off With Professor Filippa Anzalone
Lea and Professor Anzalone kick off mental health march, discussing strategies in managing stress and walking through a short guided meditative exercise

Welcome to BC Law: Everything You Need to Know
Week One of BC Law's Admitted Students Month Virtual Event Series The dean and staff from Admissions and Financial Aid, Off Campus Housing, Diversity and Inclusion, and Career Services tell admitted students more about the BC Law experience and the ...

A Conversation with Former FBI Director James Comey
Sponsored by BC Law's Criminal Law Society. Dean Vincent Rougeau and leaders of the Criminal Law Society curate a conversation with former FBI Director James Comey about his new book "Saving Justice", his career, government service, and important top...

The BC Law Waitlist: What You Need to Know
The team from BC Law's Office of Admissions and Financial Aid discuss the waitlist process and answer questions.

Evictions: Consequential Crises
Part of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Webinar Series The effect of the public health crisis and economic depression has led to looming threats of evictions and long-term harm to tenants, families, and landlords. In response, federal...

Student Spotlight: Nat Carney (3L)
Lea and Tom have a wide-ranging, insightful discussion with Nat Carney

"We're all in this Together:" Aisha Jorge Massengill '95
Aisha Jorge Massengill '95, Vice President and Managing Counsel for Employment and Teammate Relations at Under Armour, talks about her life and career, and her experience at BC Law.

“GameStonk,” Reddit, and The Bottom Line with Professor Brian Quinn
Tom and Mark discuss the GameStop Stock Market Debacle with Professor Brian Quinn

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at BC Law
At our DEI webinar, Dean Vincent Rougeau, Director of DEI Programs Lisa Brathwaite, and our diverse student leaders talk about what makes BC Law such a special and welcoming community.

Police Reform in Massachusetts: Next Steps
Part of BC Law's Rapapport Center for Law and Public Policy Virtual Event Series MODERATOR TANISHA M. SULLIVAN BCLS’02, Associate General Counsel, Sanofi Genzyme; President, NAACP | Boston; Rappaport Center Advisory Board Member PANELISTS CARLO...

"The Best Three Years of My Life:" Jason Triplett '14
Alumnus Jason Triplett on why he thinks BC Law is so special--and how he remains forever bonded with the Lambda LGBTQ+ community.

A New Reckoning: Remedies for the Sickness of Racism
A conversation between Dean Vincent Rougeau and Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones.

Reinvigorating American Democracy through Court Reform
A BC Law Dean's Distinguished Program Calls for reform to our nation’s highest court are mounting. But even among those advocating for change, there is little consensus about what should be done. Is this the time for change? If so, should reform f...

Professor Kent Greenfield on Supreme Court Reform
Joanna and Kevin welcome BC Law Prof. Kent Greenfield onto the podcast to discuss reinvigorating American democracy through court reform.

A Conversation with Newton Council Member Emily Norton
In Just Law's second episode, Kevin and Tom discuss all things Newton with Council Member Emily Norton

Exploring Your Options: After I’m Admitted, Then What?
A virtual conversation with senior admissions representatives, who discuss what to consider once you have been admitted to law school and trying to decide between your options. Topics include admitted students events, connecting with faculty/current ...

Focus: Your Career (2020)
Our Career Services Office offers 100 professional development and recruiting programs each year, including clinics, clerkship training, workshops, and resume critiques. These resources help students discern their passions, develop practical skills, ...

1L Summer Diversity Program
LAHANAS and the BC Law Career Services Office hosted a panel centered on 1L Summer Diversity positions. Panelists included diversity recruiters from the public interest/government, small/mid-sized firms, and big law firm sectors. Moderator: Elaine L...

Premiere Episode: Negotiate With Us
Episode One: The team welcomes listeners to Just Law, interviews the BC Law Director of Advocacy Programs, Negotiation Competition winners, and brings you our first Student Spotlight.

Making it Work: Financing Law School
Senior admissions representatives discuss what you can do prior to applying to law school (reducing other debt, noting financial aid deadlines, etc.), the different types of financial aid, the timing of applying for financial aid, post-graduate finan...

Measuring the Market: Private Sector
A Boston College Law School event Private sector attorneys in recruiting and hiring roles will speak to the current job market in Boston. Panelists: Chris Morrison, Jones Day Brenda Calixte, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius Jen Perrigo (Career Services Offi...

Welcome to the BC Law Library
The Boston College Law School Library is full of useful tools and information, and our staff is here to help. Watch this overview of our services.

Race and Economic Justice During COVID-19 and Beyond: The Path Forward in Massachusetts
Part of the Rappaport Center for Law & Public Policy Webinar Series: Introduction by Patricia A. McCoy, Liberty Mutual Insurance Professor of Law, Boston College Law School Moderator: Richard Cordray, first Director of the Consumer Financial Protec...

Rappaport Summer Fellowship Information Session
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy held this info session on its Fellowship Program. Co-sponsored with BC Law Career Services Office.

Ranked Choice Voting: What's at Stake?
Part of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy webinar series Panelists: JENNIFER C. BRACERAS Director of the Independent Women’s Law Center; Board Member, Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, which opposes RCV EVAN FALCHUK Chair of the Yes on ...

Comparing the Economic Effects of the COVID Crisis of 2020 with the Financial Crisis of 2008
Jerome Lyle Rappaport Distinguished Visiting Professor in Law and Public Policy Community Address Richard Cordray, first Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB); former Ohio Attorney General; Jerome Lyle Rappaport Distinguished V...

COVID-19, Public Health, and the Government Response: The Massachusetts Perspective
Part of the Rappaport Center Webinar Series Gary D. Anderson, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance Michael Caljouw, Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA); Rappapo...

Civil Rights and Criminal Justice: A Time of Reckoning
Part of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Webinar Series Moderator: Hon. Geraldine Hines, Former Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court; Visiting Professor at Boston College Law School Panelists: Anthony J. Be...

BC Law Student Tour of Campus
Three Boston College Law School students give incoming students a quick tour around campus.

Rappaport Center 2020 Celebration of Fellows
The BC Law Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy held its annual celebration for its Rappaport Fellows Program virtually this year, where the fellows were able to present on their experiences.

COVID-19 and Federalism: Opportunities and Challenges
Part of the Rappaport Center Webinar Series Panelists: Donald Verrilli, former U.S. Solicitor General; Partner, Munger, Tolles & Olson, LLP Elizabeth (Bessie) N. Dewar, Massachusetts State Solicitor Michelle Mello, Professor, Stanford Law School Mod...

Law School Town Hall with Dean Rougeau
BC Law Dean Vincent Rougeau addresses the impact COVID-19 has had on BC Law, law schools and higher education generally. He covers topics such as: -How have students been handling these uncertain times? -How have faculty and the administration respo...

Helping Families and Children Cope with Covid
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy presents a panel discussion on how families can best function and continue to help their children cope with the new normal of social distancing, remote learning and working, and staying healthy in light ...

Rappaport Fellows: Careers and Covid-19
A Rappaport Center Webinar Series Event The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School presents a panel conversation among four prior Rappaport Fellows on careers post-fellowship and the impact of Covid-19 on their work ...

Criminal Justice: Looking Ahead
Leading state and national experts examine the change that is happening now and what is needed in the future to fix our broken criminal justice system. Topics include: Pre-arrest - the steps we should be taking to keep people from entering the crimi...

A Conversation with U.S. Congressman Doug Collins and Former MA Governor Jane Swift
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy present a conversation with U.S. Congressman Doug Collins (R-Northeast Georgia) and Former Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift, addressing education, criminal justice, technology, impeachment, the future o...

Former Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift's Community Address
Former Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift's Community Address: "The Impact of Social Media on Equity in the U.S. Political System"

Pot And Parity: A Rappaport Center Event
Panelists: Shaleen Title, Commissioner, Cannabis Control Commission James Eldridge, BCLS'00, State Senator. Massachusetts Kobie Evans, Pure Oasis, First Boston Licensee, Dorchester Moderator: Naomi Martin, Reporter, Boston Globe Sponsored by the...

The Local Antitrust Moment by Zephyr Teachout
"The Local Antitrust Moment: How State and Local Governments Can Lead the Charge on Renewing Democracy by Breaking up Corporate Monopolies" Zephyr Teachout, Law Professor, author, activist, and a former candidate for New York Attorney General and Go...

Disparate Impact of Urban Planning: Development and Social Justice
Panel discussion on redevelopment and social justice. Panelists: Harley Etienne, Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Michigan, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Angie Liou, Executive Direct...

Building Infrastructure for Equity: Challenging Racism through Work in Local Government
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Senior Fellow in Residence Brittny Saunders, the Deputy Commissioner for Strategic Initiatives at the New York City Human Rights Commission and former interim counsel for Mayor Bill de Blasio, gave her commu...

Race and Public Policy
A conversation on race and public policy with: TANISHA M. SULLIVAN, BCLS’02, President, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Boston; Rappaport Center Advisory Board Member; RAHSAAN D. HALL, Director, Racial Justice...