Alumni News

Generations

Tamara Devieux-Adams ’00 and her husband Earl Adams Jr. ’02. Generations is an ongoing series of portraits of family members who’ve attended BC Law....

The Show Must Go On

Though virtual, Law Day this year was a little like watching a string of movie shorts: Presenters and the recipients of the seven awards told stories of their achievements and expressed their gratitude, all while viewers got to see classmates and friends on their home screens. This year’s pinnacle honor, the St. Thomas More Award, went to Paul Dacier, a BC parent and the executive vice president and general counsel of Indigo Agricu...

Alumni Association Notice

On November 5, 2021, the Alumni Association will hold an Alumni Board meeting followed by the annual Assembly Meeting. Elections for 2022 Alumni Board members will be held during these events. Anyone who has volunteered for BC Law in 2021 is eligible to vote. Please visit bc.edu/lawalumni or contact Kelsey Brogna, associate director of alumni class and school engagement, at kelsey.brogna@bc.edu for more information about the associat...

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 ...

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...

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...