Fall 2009

Number 5

 
 

Events

Political Science Career Panel
February 24, 2010
7:00 p.m.
Walsh Hall Function Room

If you would like to host an event, please e-mail bcpsan@bc.edu

Faculty Publications

Kenneth Kersh
"The Justice as Diplomat: The Foreign Policy Frameworks behind the U.S. Supreme Court's New Globalism," in Global Democracy and its Difficulties. Edited by Charles Sampford and Haig Patapan (London: Routledge, 2008).
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Shep Melnick
"Taking Remedies Seriously: Can Courts Control Public Schools?,"
From Schoolhouse to Courthouse: The Judiciary's Role in American Education. Edited by Joshua Dunn and Martin West (Brookings, 2009)
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For Alumni

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Web Resources

BCPSAN - Homepage
BC Alumni - Alumni and Friends homepage
BCInfo - News and information

   

Viewpoints

ALTERNATIVE LEGAL CAREERS

BCPSAN members share their experiences applying legal education through alternative career paths, including non-profit work, government, and business.



Alumna Feature

LISA NOLLER '92

Assistant United States Attorney Lisa Noller '92 discusses her most memorable courses at BC, what led her to pursue a career in public service, and what she most enjoys about teaching law.


Faculty Profile

SHEP MELNICK

Professor Shep Melnick discusses his favorite things about teaching at BC, how great books often challenge us to re-examine common assumptions, and his view of the proper role of courts in shaping public policy.


On-Campus Happenings

THE POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

John Stanley, current president of the undergraduate Political Science Association, provides an update on its plans for the year, including faculty events, alumni panels, and a biannual journal, Uncommon Sense.