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Boston Event: 5th Annual City-Wide Book Drive
"Leadership Is About Service: Public Service Leadership Advice for Law Students," featuring a panel of distinguished speakers
BU Law Young Alumni Council Clothing Drive
Women's Bar Association and Women's Law Association: Mentorship Panel and Networking Event
BU Event: Serendipity: Finding What You Didn't Know You Were Looking For (Communication Research Colloquium Series)
BU Event: The Accidental Slaveowner: Revisiting a Myth of Race and Finding an American Family
BU Event: BU Stage Troupe "Hedda Gabler"
Because It Is Wrong: Torture, Privacy, and Presidential Power in the Age of Terror
"I Know What You Did Last Summer" Presentation
America at War: US Strategy in Afghanistan and Pakistan
BU Event: The Great Debate
Clark Legal History Series features Michael Vorenberg, Brown University History Department, "Birth, Belief, and Blood: Allegiance during the American Civil War"
BU Event: BU Stage Troupe "All My Sons"
Clark Legal History Series features Kara Swanson, Northeastern University Law School, "Reproductive Medicine in the Legal Shadows: Artificial Insemination, 1890-1945"
Nicole Price, Associate Director of Academic & Multicultural Affairs, publishes "Fostering Diversity in Law Schools" for Diversityisnatural.com
James Bessen in the news:
James Bessen and Michael Meurer in the news:
Ward Farnsworth quoted in "Limit lifetime tenure of Supreme Court justices," Tampa Bay Online
Tamar Frankel in the news:
Keith Hylton quoted in "Google Chief Defends Search Giant at Senate Anti-Trust Hearing," International Business Times
Walter Miller Jr. and Virginia Greiman publish article in BNA's Bankruptcy Law Reporter
Dean Maureen O'Rourke named an "Irish Legal 100" honoree
Kevin Outterson in the news:
Robert Sloane, president of the Tibet Justice Center, collaborates to publish "Tibet's Stateless Nationals II: Tibetan Refugees in India," and "Legal Issues Implicated by the Dalai Lama's Devolution of Power"
Jes Alexander ('03) joins Fletcher, Farley, Shipman and Salinas, Dallas, as associate
Virginia Benjamin ('76) elected treasurer, American Council of Bond Lawyers
Anthony Callobre ('85, LL.M. '86) joins Buchalter Nemer, Los Angeles
Michael A. Conley ('89) named deputy general counsel, Securities and Exchange Commission
Jeff Goldman ('86) establishes immigration law practices in Boston, New York
Roberta Golick ('74) named to new Presidential Emergency Board
Tom Gunning ('87) named senior vice president, general counsel, Merck Serono, Geneva
Robert Khuzami ('83) quoted in "Citigroup to Pay $285 Million to Close Fraud Complaint," New York Times
John Maalouf (LL.M. '94) ranked one of ACQ Magazine's Top 10 International Trade & Finance Lawyers in the United States for the 6th consecutive year
Anne Murphy ('86) named senior VP of legal affairs, general counsel, Rush University Medical Center
Andreea Sabin ('11) joins Verrill Dana, Boston
Suanne Strauss ('73) selected as 2011 Pennsylvania Library Association Trustee of the Year
Pam Wechsler ('88) featured in "'Law & Order' writer is back on the case--for real," Boston Globe
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