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Trials by Fire

Students in the BC in DC internship program learn the thrills and terrors of...

It’s an age-old predicament: Employers want to hire people with experience, but how do you get that ex...

The Influencers

There is perhaps no other place in America where a lawyer’s ability to mak...

From Congress to the Pentagon, from the State Department to public broadcasting, in law enforcement agencies...

The Impact Generation

Making a difference takes on many meanings in Washington, DC, where tens of ...

LANCE WADE ’02 A noted criminal defender restores a businessman to his former life. Lance Wade repre...

The China Syndrome

Peter Zeidenberg ’85 comes to the defense of two Chinese Americans accused...

Clearly, it was just a bad dream. Jenny Xi, who was six years old when enforcers of Mao’s Cultural Revolut...

Guardians At the Gate

BC Law’s public servants in Congress proudly stand for ‘an equal opportu...

BC Law has a storied history of public service as exemplified by past and present members of Congress. Two o...

The Choice

DraftKings, Uber, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie are among recent cl...

It seems right to start with the green beans. One summer long ago, Debra Wong Yang and her family left their...

The Two Sides of the Truth

Walt Kelly’s efforts to win a $36 million wrongful conviction settlement f...

Walt Kelly ’68 didn’t have a starring role in Making a Murderer. He wasn’t a player in the sexual assa...