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BC LAW Magazine

spring/summer | volume 10, number 2

BC Law School Magazine Spring 2002

The Veneer of Civilization
In a post-September 11 world, is international human rights law a strategy for peace or a casualty of terror?
By Jeri Zeder

Getting to Foolproof
New legal standards, DNA, and the potential of brain mapping fuel a revolution in scientific evidence.
By David Reich

Keeping Students on Track
Technology may be changing how Academic Services does business, but the student records office never loses its personal touch.
By Vicki Sanders

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Spring/Summer 2002 | Volume 10, Number 2

In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders on the intersection of campus life with public life.

Letters to the Editor

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey on the growing influence of globalism.

In Brief
Campus news & events of note.

Gallery
Profile: Jessica Taylor '03, Incoming editor in chief, Boston College Law Review.

Legal Currents
To Be or Not to Be (Cloned), The Status of Separation, The Emergence of Elder Law.

Faculty
Mike Cassidy on bringing the courtroom to the classroom.

Esquire
Alumni news from around the globe.

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately.

In Closing
Lawrence A. Cunningham on the importance of accounting in the legal academy.

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