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Spring 2003 cover Features

Law Office, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Alberto Gonzales '82 has a new address and a new prominence as the White House counsel. But it's not the first time he's answered the call from George W. Bush. And it may not be the last.

Political Diversity
On the traditionally liberal HLS campus, conservative students find a home and a voice in groups, like the Federalist Society, that foster debate and dissent.

Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Their companies make products that are part of the everyday lives of people throughout the world. These corporate counsels aim to keep it that way--and to have some fun doing it.

International Intrigued
Faculty members are increasingly devoting their projects and passions to legal issues that reach beyond U.S. borders.

At the Top in the Valley
More than 50 years ago, Alexander Cushing '39 left the legal profession to pursue a dream at a fledgling ski resort in California. At Squaw Valley, it's been all downhill since.


Briefs: Copyright or wrong; visa charges
Gallery: Court, Knox
Class Notes
Testimony: Essay by John Jay Osborn Jr. ' 70
In Memoriam
Closing: Bernard Koteen '40

A retrospective on the 14-year deanship of Robert C. Clark ' 72, who recently announced that he will leave the post at the end of the school year. Also, coverage of Celebration 50, marking 50 years since women first graduated from HLS.

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