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eBrief Fall 2009

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Our system for alumni and students is adding users every day. BC LawNet allows alumni to update their information in our new Directory, search for friends and colleagues, become a Career Mentor or search for a mentor of their own, register online for events, browse chapter and affinity group pages, and much more. Our new application for Facebook makes using the system easier than ever! You'll need your Eagle ID number to register, found on your Welcome Brochure's Alumni ID card (mailed with BC Law Magazine), or email

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Reunion Weekend will be held October 9-11, 2009.
The weekend will include social events, interesting educational programs, and networking with fellow alumni, students, and faculty. Learn more here and register online.


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IP Meets the First Amendment

Barat House

The Law Review's spring symposium, "Publicity, Privacy and Intellectual Property Meet the First Amendment," brought experts from across the country to BC Law for four panels. Watch video clips from the event now.


ileta Sumner

Video: Commencement 2009

As a new year begins, watch last May's graduation address (streaming video).


Reunion photo

Albanian’s Milestone Election

Marilyn Stempler ’79 went to the Balkans to watch history being made.


News from the Law School

Garvey to Speak at O'Malley Dinner

Dean Garvey will be the featured speaker at a dinner hosted by Cardinal Sean O'Malley at the Seaport Hotel in Boston on September 20, 2009. The dinner will follow the Red Mass, held at 4 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.


Rabb Named Carnegie Scholar

Professor Intisar Rabb has been named a 2009 Carnegie Scholar by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

BC Law Welcomes Class of 2012

Boston College Law School is pleased to welcome the incoming first-year students from the class of 2012, one of the most competitive and impressive in the School's history.


New Exhibit on Display in Law Library

The Boston College Law Library's latest exhibit, Recent Additions to the Collection, showcases a selection of materials the Library has acquired during the past two years.


Prof. Gionfriddo Announces New "Monograph" Series

The first volume in the new electronic Monograph Series of the Legal Writing Institute is now available on the web.

LL.M. Program Graduates Second Class

On May 22, 2009, Boston College Law School awarded LL.M. degrees to the members of the LL.M. class of 2009.

Darald Libby ('55): Owner, David Clark Company

Darald R. Libby, a member of the Boston College Law class of 1955, passed away June 23, 2009 at the Catholic Medical Center; he was 92 years old.


Noah Grabisch '11 Named NAACP Fellow

BC Law School student Noah Grabisch is among six nationwide selected to participate in the 2009 NAACP/Kellogg Law Fellow Program.


Bankruptcy Conference Videos Online

Videos of the annual spring bankruptcy conference, sponsored by The American College of Bankruptcy First Circuit Fellows and BC Law, are now available online.


Public Service Scholarship Award Recipients Announced

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce the recipients of this year's public service scholarships.


BC Law Announces New Fellowship Program

Boston College Law School is pleased to announce the creation of a new post-graduate program, the Eagle Scholar Fellowship.







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