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BC Law Magazine

fall/winter 2006

BC Law Magazine Winter 2006


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


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


Legal Currents
Trends and timely issues

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

Profile: George Brown

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