David L. Shapiro ’57

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David Shapiro represents the true Renaissance man of legal academia. He has been a scholar, reformer, advocate, public servant and teacher, and at every turn, he has been a leader and model of excellence. There is much in his brilliant career to celebrate.

American Journey

American Journey

George Leighton ’43 (’46) spent his childhood in Massachusetts summering in Plymouth and wintering in New Bedford. His summer home was a shanty with no running water or electricity near the cranberry bogs, and his winter home was an unheated apartment near the textile mills.

Equal Signs

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A restaurant employee is fired. He didn’t violate company policy. In fact, he’s a good employee, according to his manager. But he is fired because, as the regional manager put it, he is one of “those people.”