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BC LAW Magazine

fall 2001 | volume 10, number 1

BC Law Magazine Fall 2001

True Confessions?
Characters in the late George Higgins literary crime novels offer a rare glimpse inside the writer's life and legal mind.
By David Reich

Why Rare Books?
What difference do rare books make to a law school? A big difference, as a journey in BC Law's unusual and accessible collection shows.
By Vicki Sanders

Hard Pressed
To talk or not to talk? How to protect your case, help your client, and defend your reputation when the media comes calling.
By David Reich

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Fall 2001 | Volume 10, Number 1

In Limine
Editor Vicki Sanders discusses the new BC Law Magazine.

Behind the Columns
Dean John H. Garvey on the War on Terrorism and the First Amendment.

In Brief
Campus news & events of note.

Gallery
Profile: David Delaney '03 and the BC Law Veteran's Association.

Legal Currents
Law and Religion, Global Justice, and Emerging Enterprise.

Faculty Column
Professor Ray Madoff making the case for estate taxes.

Esquire
Alumni news from around the globe.

Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to lately.

In Closing
Gil Childers '81 reflects on the events of September 11.

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