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Winter 2015

Reunion Weekend 2014

(Photo IDs are left to right) 1. Sandy Tarrant ’99, Kristy Nardone ’99, John Stephan ’99. 2. Garin Veris ’98. 3. Hon. James Cronin. 4. Dr. Robin L. Kornegay-Rougeau, George Murphy ’79, Catherine Murphy ’79. 5. John Isaza ’89, Peter Alpert ’89, Magda Coyle ’89. 6. John Boc ’74, Teri Allen, Dean Vincent Rougeau. 7. Class of 1964. 8. Michael Racette ’89. 9. Marian Ryan ’79. 10. Professor Robert Bloom ’71, center front, with Class of 2009. 11. Daniel Vatanaviggun ’94, Samantha Shepherd ’94. 12. Professors Paul Tremblay, Thomas Barnico ’80. 13. Jeannne Demivan ’09. 14. Mark Warner ’89, Susan Warner, Maria Baguer ’89. 15. Carolyn D’Agincourt ’94. 16. Ken Halajian ’74, Arlene Violet ’74. 17. Stacey Best ’95. 18. Hon. Barbara Dortch-Okara ’74. 19. Hon. Katherine Field ’84, Debra Moll ’84, Amy Quinlan ’84. 20. Hon. Wilbur Edwards ’84, Michael Fee ’84.

A jam-packed three days of social events, Alumni Association gatherings, classroom tours, academic programs, and receptions, including one commemorating the launch of the Center for Experiential Learning, entertained some 450 alumni and guests during Reunion and Alumni Weekend October 17–19.

Reunion giving totaled $2,293,433, with the Class of 1979 raising the most: $1,072,550 in cash and pledges. The top class in participation was 1964 with 42 percent. The Honor Roll of reunion donors will be published in the Summer 2015 issue of BC Law Magazine.

Friday campus activities included a luncheon at which Professor Daniel Coquillette spoke on what US naval strategy has to do with American legal education, and the Alumni Assembly, which featured a state-of-the-school address by Dean Vincent Rougeau and remarks by US Attorney Carmen Ortiz.

The Alumni Board convened and elected new officers. They are President Kevin Curtin ’88, Past President Barbara Cusumano ’08, President Elect Tom Burton ’96, Vice President Earl Adams ’02, Secretary Ingrid Schroffner ’95, and Treasurer Mark Warner’89. Two new board members were elected at the assembly to serve in specialty areas: John Ventola ’94 (Annual Giving) and Anne Gordon ’11 (Chapters). Re-elected were Geoffrey G. Why ’98 (Admissions), Robert M. McGill ’05 (Advocacy Programs), and Hon. Denis P. Cohen ’76 (Communications and Marketing).

Among Saturday’s events was a Black Alumni Network panel on issues raised by the Ferguson shooting. Other panels addressed the Whitey Bulger case and changing attitudes in sports culture. The Dean’s Council Reception, Half-Century Dinner, and Reunion Dinner followed at the Ritz-Carlton. A Sunday brunch at the hotel and a hospitality tent at the Head of the Charles rounded out the weekend.

To see more Reunion 2014 photos, go to www.bc.edu/lawreunion.

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