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BC Law Magazine

spring/summer 2005

BC Law Magazine Spring 2005

Beyond the Stacks
Who'd have thought that books would ever be eclipsed? A look at the startling changes in the modern law library?
By Karen S. Beck

Walking the Debt Plank
The position of consumers became more precarious when Congress passed the new bankruptcy act. What will the impact be on them - and their lawyers?
By David Reich

Lessons from the Inner City
Armed with a law degree, Keisha Robinson turns powerlessness into power.
By April Otterberg '06

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Spring/Summer 2005 | Volume 13, Number 2

In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders discusses the real world impact of law scholarship

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey weighs in on the Terri Schiavo debate

In Brief
Campus news & events of note

Profile: Natalie Langlois '07

Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

Scholar's Forum
Professor Phyllis Goldfarb analyzes the legal impact of last words

Profile: Daniel Barnett

Point of View
Joseph Jordan '06 describes his work with foreigners seeking political asylum

Alumni news from around the globe

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately

In Closing
Professor Kent Greenfield outlines his opposition to campus military recruitment