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eBrief Winter 2008

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BC LAWNET IS HERE!

Make the Connection.

A brand new system for alumni and students is now live. BC LawNet allows users to update their information in our new Directory, search for friends and colleagues, become a Career Mentor or search for a mentor of their own, register online for events, browse chapter and affinity group pages, and much more. The chance to register and win a brand new iPhone ends on February 28, so check out our new features and register now! You'll need your Eagle ID number, found on your Welcome Brochure's Alumni ID card (mailed with BC Law Magazine).

BC LawNet Registration and login page

Submit Chapter news
bclaw.alumni@bc.edu

BC Law MAGAZINE

The latest edition of BC Law Magazine is on the way to your mailbox, along with a new brochure on the Alumni Association that includes profiles of the new Board positions and a personalized ID card to help you register for BC LawNet.

RESOURCES

Give to the Law School - Support the Law School Fund

Law School Website - News and information on the school, including the Alumni & Development homepage, and career services job listings database, among others

BCInfo - News and information from the University

Law School Events - What's happening this week

BC Public Events Calendar - Upcoming lectures, conferences, and performances

BC Eagles - Athletics website and schedule

BC Alumni Association - get e-mail for life, change your address, register for the online community.

BC Law Review: 50 Years

Barat House

The Law Review is celebrating 50 years in print. Read more about the Review, its history, recent admissions shift, and possible future plans--and read the latest issue online (PDF format.) Story by Jan Wolfe, class of 2011.

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ileta Sumner

State of the School

Dean Garvey talks about BC Law's present and future (streaming video).

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Reunion photo

Building Sudan’s Justice System

Sean Lees ’99 doesn’t like it when his friends back in the states call him a “hero.”

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News from the Law School


Jurisprudence of Marriage and Other Adult Relationships

A major symposium on marriage, attracting experts from around the world, will be held at BC Law on March 13.

 

Israeli Ambassador to UN to Speak at BC Law

Ambassador Shalev will speak at a Law School and ADL co-sponsored event on April 2, 2009.

 

BC Law Magazine Wins CASE Awards

Boston College Law School's alumni magazine has won two regional CASE awards this year.


Reunion 2009: Save the Date

Boston College Law School's Reunion will be held on October 9-11, 2009.

Greco ('72) to Receive ABA's Drinan Award

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that Michael S. Greco ('72) will be honored with the Robert F. Drinan Award for Distinguished Service.

 

Wirth Named Oxford Visiting Professor

Oxford University conferred upon Boston College Law School Professor David A. Wirth the title of visiting professor of Geography last semester.

 

Brodin, Bilder Named First Lee Scholars

Mark Brodin and Mary Bilder have been named the first Lee Scholars at the Law School.

 

Devlin ('02) Joins Career Services Office

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that Kathleen Devlin (BC Law '02) has joined the Law School's Career Services Office as Associate Director of Public Interest Programs.

 

Campbell Wins Andrew C. Hecker Memorial Award

The Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) division of the American Bar Association will be presenting BC Alumnus Richard P. Campbell with the Andrew C. Hecker Memorial Award.

 

Evans ('78) Named 2008 Healy Award Winner

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that Mercedes S. Evans (class of '78) is this year's 2008 Bishop James Augustine Healy Award recipient.

 

 

 

 

 


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