Honors and Awards
- Named to the Scientific Committee of the International Society of Family Law World conference (2005)
- Named to the Scientific Committee of the International SocRecipient of the Special Service Award from the BC Law Alumni Association at Law Day (2004)
- Fall 2017: No courses taught
- Spring 2018: No courses taught
Sanford N. Katz
Professor of Law
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton Center, MA 02459
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Family Law in America, Second Edition (2014)
Discusses the evolution of same-sex marriage rights and the way these rights affect family law Considers definitions of formal and informal marriage, analyzing the extent to which relationships established before marriage are regulated Describes legislative ...
Recommendations for a Model Family Court: A Report from the National Family Court Symposium (1991)
With the rise in the popularity of the family court concept, the Council recently moved toward a more complete understanding of the concept in all States by securing a grant from the State Justice Institute ...
Preserving the Family Through Change for the Sake of Future Generations Droit de la Familie (2011)
Within the last fifty years, a transformation has taken place in American law. Before then, family relationships, like parent-child relationship, were clearly defined by biology or adoption. Marriage was defined by gender. Marriage certificates and ...