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BC Law Magazine

spring/summer 2006

BC Law Magazine Spring 2006


Inquiring Minds
For certain alumni, there is no career like a scholar's.
By Jeri Zeder

Adjuncts Get Practical
With so much law to teach, practitioners offer real-world know-how.
By Jeri Zeder

The Untold Story of Rumsfeld v. FAIR
From one Jesuit’s decision to teach law comes an understanding of what sets legal education at BC Law apart.
By Jeri Zeder

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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Spring/Summer 2006 | Volume 14, Number 2


In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders discusses BC Law's efforts to add to its national reputation

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey offers insight into the Law School's plans to revitalize the campus

In Brief
Campus news & events of note

Profile: Luke Scheuer '07, Therese Forgacs '08

Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

Scholar's Forum
Professor R. Michael Cassidy encourages prosecutors to integrate virtues into their conceptions of justice

Profile: Frank Garcia

Point of View
Jessica Curtis '07 describes how her experience in the London Program brought a fresh perspective on America's role in the international community

Alumni news from around the globe

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately

In Closing
Recent graduate Joyce Koo Dalrymple '06 is glad she followed her father's advice to attend law school