Three Massachusetts attorney general candidates discussed their plans surrounding issues of mental health, education, and the cannabis industry at a discussion hosted by the Boston College Law School Rappaport Center on Thursday.
Former U.S. Senator Doug Jones, the current Jerome Lyle Rappaport distinguished visiting professor at Boston College Law School, will act as a “sherpa” for President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, guiding them through the confirmation process in the Senate.
Robinson and others presented on reparations and where they should start at “Reparations: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities,” on Sept. 9, as part of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Webinar Series.
Law professor Ray Madoff began her teaching career at BC almost 25 years ago—in what was originally intended to be a one-year appointment.
“There’s so much that colleges and universities can do, so as to make sure that it’s an inclusive community for all students,” said Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
“We hope Icarus is a wake-up call—yes, about Russia, but more than that, about the importance of telling the truth, now more than ever,” said producer Bryan Fogel at the Academy Awards.
To inspire law school students to get involved in public policy, the Rappaport Center invited former governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley to serve as a professor and lecturer next semester.
United States Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus delivered the inaugural Dean’s Distinguished Lecture at Boston College Law School on Tuesday.