Northeastern Law Magazine
Read Now! Summer 2015 | Vol. 14, No. 2
Our Country, ’Tis of Thee?
From “united we stand” to Citizens United, America is at a crossroads in the fight for democratic values
By Elaine McArdle
The Boston Marathon bombing trial made one thing clear: the federal death penalty must go.
By Daniel Medwed
Marriage Equality Triumphs
The law school congratulates Mary Bonauto ’87 and our many graduates and friends who fought long and hard for marriage equality.
Zen and the Art of Law Practice
Lawyers today are more stressed than ever. Can mindfulness transform the profession?
By Jeri Zeder
On the House
Profiles in Pro Bono Advocacy | Elaine McArdle
Memories Made at the Factory
CLASS ACTIONS | Deborah Feldman
Paula Haley ’81 remembers visiting the Northeastern campus in the late ’50s.
Co-op Matters | Maura King Scully
Honolulu — Kirsten Blume ’15, London — Emma Hunter ’15, Boston — Yangchen Tenzin Nangpa ’16, Newton — Jack Murray ’16
Adjourn | Dorothy Samuels ’75
The Times Says Goodbye, We Say Hello.