« on: September 02, 2005, 07:46:53 PM »
BC is also accepting students, but did not state specifically what years:
Dear Students As of course you are all aware, the hurricane and subsequent flooding that hit New Orleans earlier this week caused unparalleled destruction and severely disrupted daily life in that city. Dean Garvey, as a member of the Deans Section of the American Association of | Law Schools, has been in touch with the leadership of the AALS, the American Bar Association, and the Deans of Tulane and Loyola Law Schools to see what assistance we can offer students at those schools. BC Law, along with over 60 other law schools, has offered to accept Tulane and Loyola law students this semester as temporary visitors to help minimize disruption of their law school education. As soon as I have more details as to when these students may be arriving on campus I will be sure to let you know.
In addition to our efforts to accommodate law students from the New Orleans area, if any of you have family and/or friends in the areas affected by the hurricane, please let the Dean for Students Office. If there is anything we can do to help you at this difficult time. We are available to help arrange counseling and provide other support to try to ease the burdens of the past few days. Dean Wylie