Winter 2021

Features

Vision Quest

BC Law becomes an incubator launching lawyers into a startup world where it ...

Landon Stinson ’19 went to law school interested in too many things. Or so it seemed. An economics major i...

No Holds Barred

How Project Entrepreneur is remaking the lives of the formerly incarcerated....

Carlos Omar Montes arrived in the Bay State from Puerto Rico in the winter of 2007, when he was seventeen ye...

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Docket

A New Reckoning

Remedies for the sickness of racism....

Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones, past president of the American Public Health Association, senior fellow at the Mor...

Free! Again, Again, and Again

The Innocence Program wins release of three clients in 2020....

The BC Innocence Program (BCIP) achieved an extraordinary trifecta in 2020. Three clients—Frances Choy, Th...

Toward a More Inclusive Campus

Brathwaite heads BC Law’s new diversity program....

Lisa Brathwaite, a specialist in legal higher education affinity groups and minority and race issues, has jo...

Good Governance Matters

A group of BC Law students have put feet to pavement to improve the policies underpinning modern political systems. Their first step was forming the Good Governance Project (GGP), ...

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Esquire

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 ...

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In Every Issue

Courting Change

To save SCOTUS, let’s create another one....

The Supreme Court needs saving. Trump politicized the Court like never before. And Republican presidents hav...

At a Crossroads in Our History

Marshalling the forces of law as AALS president....

I sometimes find it hard to wrap my head around everything that happened in 2020, and as we move into 2021 ...

A Better Future? We Can Do This

Enough of yesterday. There are things about tomorrow worth heralding. Among them are the ambitious and the caring individuals in our broad community who have tied their futures to ...

For the Record

What About Universal Basic Income? I was happy to see BC Law advancing proposals for change responsive to the environmental, social, political and health “pandemics” we’...

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