Mark Spiegel is a Professor of Law at Boston College Law School. Professor Spiegel
received his A.B. from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from the University of
Chicago Law School. 

Professor Spiegel was a Reginald Heber Smith Fellow assigned to work in legal services in
Chicago. He has taught at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he directed the
law school's clinical program. 

At Boston College Law School, he has taught Civil Procedure, Federal Courts, Civil Rights
Litigation, Complex Litigation and Professional Responsibility. 

He has also been Faculty Director of the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau. During
the Fall of 1991 he visited at Harvard Law School, teaching Civil Procedure. He has been
on the Board of Directors of the Society of American Law Teachers and has served on the
AALS Accreditation Committee. Professor Spiegel's research interests have focused on
problems of professional ethics, particularly lawyer-client relations, and legal



Legal Aid 1900 to 1930: What Happened to Law Reform?, DePaul Journal for Social Justice (Forthcoming) (2015)


The Boston Legal Aid Society, 1900-1925, Massachusetts Legal History (2003)