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BC Law Magazine

fall/winter 2003

BC Law Magazine Fall 2003

Public Life and the Law
An interview with presidential candidate John Kerry '76.

Eye Spy
Welcome to the Orwellian world of workplace surveillance.
By Frederick S. Lane III '88

Good Sports
Robert Martin '02 has staked his future as a sports agent as much on players' integrity as on their RBIs.
By Tiffany Wilding-White

Through the Looking Glass
In its first strategic plan in 75 years, BC Law builds on strengths to chart a new course for the future.
By Vicki Sanders

Submit a Letter to the Editor or Class Note

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Public Life and the Law
An interview with presidential candidate John Kerry '76.

Eye Spy
Welcome to the Orwellian world of workplace surveillance.
By Frederick S. Lane III '88

Good Sports
Robert Martin '02 has staked his future as a sports agent as much on players' integrity as on their RBIs.
By Tiffany Wilding-White

Through the Looking Glass
In its first strategic plan in 75 years, BC Law builds on strengths to chart a new course for the future.
By Vicki Sanders

Submit a Letter to the Editor or Class Note

 
Fall/Winter 2003 | Volume 12, Number 1

In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders reports on BC Law's 75th Anniversary plans

Letters to the Editor

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey discusses the new strategic plan and its emphasis on academic excellence

In Brief
Campus news & events of note

Gallery
Profile: Kali Billingslea '04

Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

Scholar's Forum
Professor Kent Greenfield says corporate law is flawed and calls for progressive reform

Faculty
Profile: Larry Cunningham

Esquire
Alumni news from around the globe

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately

In Closing
Holly English '83: Gender bias has no place in the law office

Masthead