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spring/summer 2007

BC Law Magazine Spring 2007



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Spring/Summer 2007 | Volume 15, Number 2

An Authentic Lesson
By Edward R. Leahy '71

Drinan as Dean
By Hon. Francis J. Larkin

Stirring the Human Rights Revolution
By Harold Hongiu Koh

Catholic Thought on the Moral Problem of War
By Professor Kenneth Himes

The Injustice of War
By Senator John Kerry '76

Drinan as Thinker, Pragmatist
By Jimmy Carter

Engaging the Disenfranchised
Interview with Madeleine K. Albright

Ensuring Fairness in Family Law
By Darald and Juliet Libby Professor Sanford N. Katz

Bridging the Partisan Divide
Interview with Senator Warren Rudman '60

Elected Judges and the Conservative Dilemma
By Robert F. Drinan, SJ, Professor George D. Brown

Abolition's Abbot
By Professor Phyllis Goldfarb

Waging a Private Civil War for Civil Rights
By Charles E. Walker Jr. '78

Morality's Place in Politics
Interview with Congressman Barney Frank

Defining the Catholic, Jesuit Mission
By Professor Frank R. Herrmann, SJ, '77

Reclaiming the Sacredness of the Legal Profession
By Professor David Hall

Obedience: Is It Virtue or Vice?
By William McInnes, SJ

The First Freedom
By Dean John Garvey

Drinan as Moral Leader
By House Speaker Nancy Pelosi