BC Law Reunion 2021, celebrating the classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6, brought together well over 300 people for two days of nonstop festivities. The offerings throughout the weekend, November 5-7, on campus and at the Four Seasons, were plentiful.
Activities ranged from the educational (panels on the Biden presidential campaign and on clinical studies at BC Law) to the practical (BC Alumni Board and Black Alumni Network annual meetings) to the playful (a Bar Review and a Class of 2020 Black and White Ball ) to the informational (State of the School address by Interim Dean Diane Ring and campus and Boston Athenaeum tours) to the inspiring (the keynote address by Pfizer Chief of Staff Yolanda Lyle ’01 and a panel discussion with the Women of 1974). By far the biggest events were the Dean’s Council Reception and Reunion Dinner on Saturday night.
Alumni from the Class of 2020 were also in town for the ball that evening and, on Sunday, for an in-person commencement unavailable to them last year because of the pandemic.
By the time the weekend came to an end, it was clear that Boston College Law School was back to normal again, and at its best—as always.