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BC Law Magazine

fall/winter 2006

BC Law Magazine Winter 2006

>>FEATURE STORIES

Defending Moussaoui 
Gerald Zerkin '76 reveals what it was like taking on a federal public defender's worst nightmare
By Chad Konecky

Payback with Interest 
What the Law School is doing to cultivate lawyers in public service
By Jeri Zeder

A Woman with Altitude 
Whether scaling a difficult case or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the intrepid Joan Lukey '74 keeps her eye on the summit
By Jane Whitehead

Where There is a Will, Is There a Way? Despite gains, the legal profession still struggles to get the "minor" out of minority
By Diane Lewis

Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebration Events
The Law School ushers in its seventy-fifth year by honoring individuals whose careers exemplify the institution's mission

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TABLE OF CONTENTSFall/Winter 2006 | Volume 15, Number 1

>>DEPARTMENTS

In LimineEditor Vicki Sanders discusses the high achievements of a number of BC Law's alumni and faculty

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey explains the importance of endowded chairs

In Brief
Campus news & events of note

Gallery

Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

Scholar's Forum
Professor Mary Bilder discusses the origins of judicial review

Faculty
Profile: George Brown

Esquire
Alumni news from around the globe

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately

In ClosingBC Law student Natalie Langlois '07 explains why legally sanctioning a pharmacist's refusal to dispense contraceptives is unacceptable

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