Collegial Counselor

HLB Fall 2016 James Bass

Throughout his career, James O. Bass Sr. ’34 has engendered confidence in leadership circles as the ultimate counselor.

A Citizen’s Constitution

HLB Fall 2016 Khizr and Ghazala Khan

On the stage of the Democratic National Convention, one Gold Star father invoked the words of the Founding Fathers, and just like that, a Pakistani-born Muslim American lawyer inspired more Americans to buy pocket U.S. Constitutions from Amazon than ever before. His life has not been the same since.

Harvesting Progress

HLB Fall 2016 Carol Wang

Carol Wang ’13 spent two years before law school crisscrossing Afghanistan helping nascent small businesses. Now, she and three military veterans who served there are building their own small business designed to boost the nation’s long-troubled economy.

Will Power

HLB Fall 2016 Terry Franklin

Terry Franklin ’89, a trusts and estates litigator, knows the importance of wills to those left behind. Recently he has focused on a will executed 170 years ago with enormous bearing on his ancestors’ survival and his own existence.

A Time for Action


HLS hosted the fourth Celebration of Black Alumni in September, featuring the theme “Turning Vision into Action.” The actions of alumni who attended have resonated in courtrooms and classrooms, in elected office and the corner office, in communities and in the culture. The Bulletin spoke with five CBA participants about where their vision has led them and where they hope to yet go.

On Cape Cod

Don Krohn ’87 photo HLB Fall 2016

Don Krohn’s long career has taken him around the world, but in his new new collection of photographs Krohn ’87 turns his focus to his home on the coast of Massachusetts.