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Generations

Edward “Ted” P. Henneberry ’70, and son Edward P. Henneberry ’95, in Washington, DC. Generations is an ongoing series of portraits of family members who’ve attend...

Newsmakers

Idea Man: Nathaniel C. Stinnett ’05 was profiled in the New York Times’ annual “Visionaries” section May 27 for his efforts to get out the vote among environmentalists. This year’s innovators were divided into five categories: medicine, business, technology, climate, and arts. Stinnett was in the climate group. His big idea, as founder and director of the Environmental Voter Project, is based on the belief that if environ...

Authors Connect Over ‘Gideon’—Fifty Years Apart

Lewis Rosenberg inspires a young scholar....

This is a story about the long reach of BC Law alumni—some fifty years long, in fact. It begins in 1963, the year that the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Gideon v. Wainwright required states to provide legal counsel to indigent defendants charged with a felony. Lewis Rosenberg and the late Brian Moran were BC Law 3Ls when the decision came down and later that yea...

Alumni Association Notice

The annual Alumni Assembly Meeting will take place on November 2, 2018. At the meeting, we will hear from several speakers and hold elections for our 2019 Alumni Board. Notices will be sent to assembly members by email. Please check the alumni website at www.bc.edu/assembly for more information on this and all other alumni association notices. For more information on membership in the assembly or joining the Alumni Board, contact Lau...

November 4, 2017 -- Boston College Law School Reunion Weekend at the Fairmont Coplely Hotel, Boston, MA. Generations Portrait of the Creedon family. Photo by Caitlin Cunningham (www.caitlincunningham.com).

Generations

From right, Robert S. Creedon Jr. ’67, his daughter Jennifer A. Creedon ’97, her cousin John “Jack” Creedon ’04, and his wife Alyssa Murphy Creedon ’03. Generati...