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Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer (CC ’80, Law ’85) visited campus last Wednesday to speak with students and visitors about his education at Columbia, career in public service, and to share some witticisms about life. Alex Jones was there to document this alum’s rise to the top of the legal world. Sorry it’s so late… […]

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Bored with hearing lawyers talk about law, the Columbia Pre-Law Society held a Q&A Tuesday night with Steven Chaikelson, director of the Theater Management and Production Program at the School of the Arts. Bwog’s Lawyers In Disguise Specialist James Rathmell was there to hear his story. Though the Columbia Pre-Law Society has been pushing for […]

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   -Photo Via PBS Chief Correspondent on legal bodies the United States doesn’t care about Sean Zimmermann brought us this report on Connie–sorry, Christine Chung’s international law lecture. Former prosecutor for the ICC Christine Chung stopped by Hamilton for a lecture on the Court’s history that, despite some early technical glitches, was informative. Chung began […]

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A Columbian Cabinet

Bwog has just received word that President-elect Barack Obama has tapped a former Columbian Eric Holder, CC ’73 and J.D. ’76, to fill the shoes of yet another illustrious Columbia alum Michael Mukasey, CC ’63, as the next Attorney General of the United States. You might remember Holder for his brief stint as acting Attorney […]

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