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BC Law Magazine

fall/winter 2005

BC Law Magazine Winter 2005

A World View
Globalization’s powerful impact on the study and practice of law means international awareness now permeates everything.
By Jeri Zeder

Standing Tall for Liberty
As president of the American Bar Association, Michael Greco ’72 can champion the causes he holds dear.
Interview by David Reich

A Calling Heeded
From one Jesuit’s decision to teach law comes an understanding of what sets legal education at BC Law apart.
By Professor Gregory Kalscheur, S.J.

Submit a Letter to the Editor or Class Note

A World View
Globalization’s powerful impact on the study and practice of law means international awareness now permeates everything.
By Jeri Zeder

Standing Tall for Liberty
As president of the American Bar Association, Michael Greco ’72 can champion the causes he holds dear.
Interview by David Reich

A Calling Heeded
From one Jesuit’s decision to teach law comes an understanding of what sets legal education at BC Law apart.
By Professor Gregory Kalscheur, S.J.

Submit a Letter to the Editor or Class Note

 
Fall/Winter 2005 | Volume 14, Number 1

In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders discusses BC Law becoming more international in nature

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey describes how technological innovations have aided victims of Hurricane Katrina

In Brief
Campus news & events of note

Gallery
Profile: Pratt N. Wiley '06

Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

Scholar's Forum
Professor George D. Brown analyzes the debate over New Federalism

Faculty
Profile: Mary-Rose Papandrea

Point of View
Catharine Wells describes the teachings of monks in Tibet and Bhutan

Esquire
Alumni news from around the globe

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately

In Closing
Visiting professor Jennifer C. Braceras discusses the real meanings of judicial restraint and judicial activism

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