Jane Whitehead

Where They Are Now

The essayists from the Class of 2017 reap the rewards of law school....

In Winter 2015, BC Law Magazine featured “Writing Their Way into Law School,” outstanding admission essa...

From Humble Beginnings

Dallas Taylor ’17 sees the poetry in life and law....

Student Snapshot Provenance: Raised from age five in Winston-Salem, NC, by his Aunt Mae. After years in fos...

The Suit

Hank Rouda’s real estate savvy eventually led him to, of all places, Arman...

These days, he wears Armani suits and subscribes to Women’s Wear Daily, but Hank Rouda ’86 still conside...

A Catalyst for Good

Dana Borelli ’17 beat early trials to find strength as an advocate....

Student Snapshot Provenance: Grew up in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, in a loving family challenged by a di...

My Resilient Career

Elizabeth Martin ’92 takes on death, art, and health care....

From prosecuting death penalty cases in Texas to a string of high-level executive posts at a major insurance...

The Solution Seeker

Andrew Haile ’15 finds his calling in helping others. ...

Student Snapshot Provenance: Grew up on campuses in Connecticut and Ohio, the son of a prep school English ...

Law, Pluck, and Lingerie

The underwear created by Catalina Girald ’00 comes with a mission and a me...

“I grew up in a family where you could be a lawyer or a doctor—those were the two choices,” said Colom...

Winning Wordsmiths, Five Years On

Graduates stay true to the ideals they espoused in 2009....

The first time BC Law Magazine published outstanding admission essays was in the Fall/Winter 2009 issue. The personal statements of seven first-year students were a window into the character of the Class of 2012. We recently caught up with the original essayists to find out where they wound up. Hannah Coman (formerly Rogers-Ganter) draws on her background in ...