Justice Goodwin Liu and American Constitutional Society Discuss Portrait of Asian-Americans in the LawJustice Goodwin Liu spoke on the stereotypes that Asian-Americans experience and how those stereotypes can translate into direct discrimination.
Arkansas Takes a Massive Step Backward with Anti-Trans Healthcare LawThe Arkansas bill blocks trans and nonbinary youth's access to pubery-blockers.
Pop Stars and Politicians: A Brief History of Politicizing Popular MusicAs it turns out, musicians and politicians don't usually see eye to eye.
BC Professors Work to Foster an Open Dialogue on Philanthropy, Law and the Public GoodIn Oct. 2015, two BC Law professors began a forum examining public policies regarding philanthropy, in order to determine their contributions to the public good.
New Program in Law School Creates Opportunity for UndergradsA new Boston College Law School program aims to expedite the traditional path toward a law degree.
Opinion: The Ones that Got AwayMost criminals are no different than those of us without a record, but their lives after incarceration are ruined by US criminal justice policies.
Harvard’s New Sexual Assault Policy: A Source of ControversyFaculty members at the university claim the new policy should be revised to provide more equitable terms for all parties involved in sexual assault cases.
Notre Dame Goes to Court Over ObamacareNotre Dame is suing over the contraceptive clause in Obamacare, and they are not the only ones.
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