ESQUIRE: Winter 2021

On with the Show

There was no stopping the enthusiasm for a virtual Reunion 2020....

BC Law’s 2020 Reunion may have been all-remote, but it spanned eight days of jam-packed programming. The e...

A Man of Kindness

A Tribute to Kevin Curtin ’88...

When news of Kevin Curtin’s death from a heart attack on December 10 reached Boston College Law School, th...

Generations

  Dean Papademetriou ’87, his niece Anastasia Kurkuvelos ’19, and his sister (and Anastasia’s mother) Jane Kourtis ’89. Generations is an ongoing series of ...

2020 Reunion Giving Report

Thank you to members of the classes ending in 5 and 0 for embracing the spirit of Reunion 2020 and using it to reconnect and show support for Boston College Law School. A heartfel...

Were You There?

Seeking alums who attended 1974 Women and the Law class with RBG....

Shortly after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death last September, Janice Campbell ’74 wrot...

BC Law + President Joe Biden

John Kerry ’76: Former US Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry is President Biden’s Special Presidential Envoy for Climate. A force for America’s climate policy, Ker...

Endowed Scholarship Funds

Cornerstone Scholarships Gifts of $1 million or more Molly and Phil Weinstein Scholarship   Endowed Scholarships Gifts of $250,000 or more  Lawrence A. Adelman ’78 Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Boston College Law School Scholarship Professor Hugh J. Ault and Martina David-Ault Scholarship Roger M. Bougie Boston College Law School Scholarship Eugene and Mary Carey Scholarship Fund at Boston College Law Scho...

Alumni Board and BAN Elections

Norah Wylie ’79 was elected President of the Alumni Board in November during the all-remote Reunion Weekend 2020. The Law School’s former Associate Dean for Students for fifteen years and an assistant professor of Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing, Wylie succeeds Stephen Riden ’99 as head of the board. The other new executive officers are Robert Raskopf ’76, President-elect; Esther Chang ’07, Vice President; Philip Privit...