Catholic Boston College had dropped a link to Planned Parenthood that appeared on one of its school websites. “The list of pro-bono organizations on BC Law’s website, which included contact information for Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, has now been removed,” Andy Rota reported in The Observer at Boston College on November 2, 2010. “Nate Kenyon, Director of Marketing and Communications at BC Law, said that the page was removed as part of an ongoing revision of the law school website.”
“The pro bono site hadn’t been updated in years, and one of the things we’ve discovered after investigating a bit is that our students weren’t using the listings of organizations,” Kenyon told Rota. “Frankly, it wasn’t clear to anyone here how that list was even put together and posted in the first place, and much of the content was out of date.”
Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia.
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