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2010 News Archive

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John Donovan '81 represents party in Supreme Court case of Jones v. Harris Associates.  More...

David Chico Colvard's ('01) film " Family Affair" has been aquired by the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).  More...

Governor Christie (New Jersey) names Lori Grifa L'88 to head Community Affairs Department. More...

Scott Brown '85 Elected to US Senate.(Boston Globe) More...

Christopher Morrison '01 is featured in this week's BBA Leaders in HD.  More...

Lauren Stiller Rikleen '79, Josephine McNeil '87, and Susan M. Finegan '91  received the "Women of Justice" award.  More...

Editors of the ABA Journal selected E-Lessons Learned founded by Fernando M. Pinguelo '97 as one of the top 100 blogs by lawyers, for lawyers.  More...

BC Law Takes Top Spot on Super Lawyer's List
Boston College Law School tops the list on Super Lawyer Magazine's 2009 list.  More...


Governor Christie (New Jersey) names Lori Grifa L'88 to head Community Affairs Department. More...

Scott Brown '85 Elected to Senate. (Boston Globe) More...

Christopher Morrison '01 is featured in this week's BBA Leaders in HD.  More... 

Editors of the ABA Journal selected E-Lessons Learned as one of the top 100 blogs by lawyers, for lawyers. E-Lessons Learned was founded by Fernando M. Pinguelo '97, a member of the law firm Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. and an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University School of Law. E-Lessons Learned is an educational blog about electronic discovery and how technology affects corporate governance and lawsuits and it features content authored by young lawyers and law students from across the country. Fernando has designed a state-of-the-art electronic discovery law course and teaches one of only a handful of such courses in the country at Seton Hall University School of Law. Recently, the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government's flagship international exchange program, designated Fernando a Fulbright Specialist for his work in eDiscovery, and he will engage in a project at a university in one of over 100 participating countries. Fernando was also invited to be a member of eDiscovery Group of The Sedona Conference Working Group Series, a prestigious series of think-tanks consisting of leading experts brought together by a desire to address various "tipping point" issues in each area under consideration.