BC Law Magazine Wins National CASE Award
4/20/05Boston College Law School Magazine is a national Circle of Excellence
award winner, having received a bronze medal in the 2005 competition sponsored
by CASE, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, editor Vicki
Sanders has announced.
The award was given in the Special Interest Magazine category, which is for periodicals serving professional and other graduate schools. BC Law Magazine was selected from among 42 entries in the category.
“The Law School is very proud of this achievement,” said Marianne Lord, Associate Dean of Institutional Advancement. “The fact that the magazine continues to win national recognition—and the praise of our alumni—is proof that it is a vital and vibrant reflection of our community.”
This is the third national CASE award won by BC Law Magazine in as many years. In 2003, the magazine took home a bronze in the special interest category and a silver “best article of the year” medal. It has also been the recipient of silver and bronze regional CASE awards.
“It is through BC Law Magazine that the communication flows both ways between the Law School and alumni,” Lord added. “It enables us to reach out and not only inform, but also ask, ‘What’s new with you?’ ‘What can we tell everyone about the interesting things you are doing?’ ‘And by the way, wait ’till you hear this.’ It’s a wonderful tool.”
BC Law Magazine is published twice a year by the Law School’s Office of Institutional Advancement.