Meet the 3L who flew in from London for Admitted Students Day

My good friend and fellow Impact blogger Damon Quattrochi is a 3L participating in BC Law’s London program this semester. Despite being on another continent, Damon’s love for BC knows no bounds, and he proved it this past weekend. Not even the Atlantic Ocean could keep him from attending the final Admitted Students Day (and, okay, Law Prom) of his tenure as a BC Law student!

I caught up with Damon in a decidedly Bostonian coffee shop before he returned to the U.K. We chatted about his life abroad and compared it with an average day for me as a law student back here in Massachusetts. If you are interested in learning about the London program, life as a 2L at BC, or simply what inspires someone to travel three thousand miles for a weekend visit to BC Law, I hope you find our video informative:

Thank you to all the prospective students who attended this past Saturday’s Admitted Students Day. Damon and I hope you enjoyed your visit, and we would love to answer any additional questions you may have as you make your decision as to which law school you will attend.

Damon Quattrochi will be posting weekly about his experiences in London, both in class and at his firm. Keep it here to learn more about BC Law’s Global Practice Program, available in London, UK and Paris, France. Questions about his experience, BC Law, or law school in general are more than welcome. Comment here or feel free to send him an e-mail at quattrod@bc.edu.

Rob Rossi is currently in his fourth semester at BC Law and second as a member of the Boston College Law Review. Feel free to contact him with questions about his experience, BC Law, or law school in general. Comment here or send him an e-mail at rossire@bc.edu, and don’t forget to follow the Boston College Law Students Association on Twitter @BCLSA.

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