DOCKET: Winter 2015

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Raising The Bar

Just Reward: For her single-minded dedication to immigrant youth since she was eighteen years old, Shannon Johnson ’15, pictured above, was one of two law students nationwide to ...

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The Times They Are A-Changin’

Casting an amused look at how different a law student’s world was in 1968 ...

To find out how much law school has changed in the last half century, BC Law Magazine went on a research mis...

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Watch What You Write

Professor chides US mail service for snooping...

Professor Mark Brodin spoke to Bloomberg News on the erosion of protections since 9/11 after revelations in ...

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The Mother of All Jobs

Kristen Dang Han ’00 thrives as VP of top maternity apparel company....

As the mother of three boys, it might seem that Kristen Han gravitated to her position as vice president and...

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Around the Academy

John Fabian Witt: The Legal History Roundtable series opened the academic year with a lecture by Witt, the Allen H. Duffy Class of 1960 Professor of Law at Yale University. In ...

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The Law in Postcards

Collection offers bemused look at the legal profession. Curated by Laurel Da...

A selection of humorous, nostalgic, and sometimes puzzling legal postcards has become a part of the law libr...

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Where Has All the Money Gone?

Exposing systemic problems, BC Law convention explores philanthropic reform....

What are the implications when we think the law is doing one thing, but it’s really doing another? That qu...

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The Canny Investor

When Brian Knez sees opportunity, companies thrive....

Pocket Résumé Brian Knez ’84: CEO of Neiman Marcus and other top retailers turned private equity invest...

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Paths to Success

Alumni find career satisfaction in unusual places....

Steve Adelman ’94 Discovery: The founder of Adelman Law Group in Scottsdale, Arizona, was litigating a cr...

Notable Faculty Publications

Professor Brian Galle goes against popular wisdom when he argues that “nudges,” a form of behaviorally inspired regulation, are economically efficient. Writing in the Texas Law Review article, “Tax, Command…or Nudge?, Evaluating the New Regulation,” Galle makes the point that some “command and control” regulations are superior to tax or subsidy alternatives. Professor Sanford Katz, the Darald and Juliet Libby chair ...

BC Law Faculty Achievements

A Valued Voice: Professor Thomas C. Kohler, an internationally recognized authority on labor and employment law of the US and other western nations, was part of a 2014 delegation to Brussels. They met with the American Ambassador to the European Union and many EU officials to discuss the consequences of the proposed US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Treaty (TTIP). Kohler was also invited to become founding editor of ...