To recognize the upcoming anniversary of the Boston
Marathon bombings, the Spring edition of the Boston Bar Journal,
the Association's premiere quarterly publication, will feature a suite of four
viewpoint articles that explore attorneys' experiences responding to the
tragedy. The articles each offer a different perspective – from undertaking pro
bono work with individuals, to dealing with insurance complications in small
business assistance and helping with the formation of the
• The Boston Bar Association's Marathon
Assistance Project: One Year Later by David S. Clancy, Christopher G.
Clark, and Emily Jennings (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &
• Pro Bono Experience: Boston Marathon Bombing
Victim by Shannon C. Kirk (Ropes & Gray)
Boston Marathon Bombing One Year Later: Insurance Coverage for Business
Raises Concerns by Jon C. Cowen and Rosanna Sattler (Posternak
Blankstein & Lund)
• Disaster Relief: The One Fund
Boston Model by Susan L. Abbott and Lisa A.H. McChesney
This edition will
cover topics including data breaches, personal privacy, zoning laws, and easements,
and will also feature articles by Judge Nathaniel Gorton (U.S. District
Court) and retired Judge Nancy Gertner (Harvard Law School).
Spring Edition will be released on April 2, 2014.
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