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Judge Barbadoro
Judge Barbadoro ’80 Named to Influential Judicial Conference Seat

US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on July 9 appointed Judge Paul J. Barbadoro ’80 of the US District Court of New Hampshire to serve as chair of the Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States.

Olympic medalist Shannon Miller
BC Law Alumna and Olympic Medalist Miller Interviewed by NBC

Law School alumna Shannon Miller--who was on the "magnificent seven" team that took gold for the U.S. at the 1996 Olympics and is herself the most decorated gymnast in the nation's history--is interviewed about her life as a broadcaster, author, motivational speaker, and ovarian cancer survivor:

Brett Walker '13
Walker ’13 Wins Inaugural ABA Award for Young Lawyers

Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Brett Walker ’13 has been selected by the American Bar Association as one of its inaugural top 40 lawyers under the age of 40. 

Justice Dias Toffoli
Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Explores the Role of His Court in Brazil’s Democracy

Justice Dias Toffoli, one of the youngest justices to serve on the Brazilian Supreme Court, reached deep into his nation’s and America’s legal histories to provide a BC Law lecture July 14 explaining democracy in Brazil as seen through the lens of his country’s Supreme Court.