As the nation awaits two U.S. Supreme Court decisions on marriage equality, Professor Elizabeth S. Scott has co-edited an anthology of essays on marriage, family law, and policy, including pieces by Professors Katherine M. Franke and Suzanne B. Goldberg.
As a teacher and scholar, Professor Kathryn Judge analyzes the legal framework of financial markets and the myriad factors that led to the recent economic crisis.
Columbia Law School graduates should seize the chance to lead and serve others, said keynote speaker Preet Bharara '93. View video, photos, remarks, and highlights of the May 23rd graduation ceremony.
All four finalists in this year’s Paul, Weiss Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finals earned high praise from the court for their skilled appellate advocacy and sharp brief writing. William R. Sears ’14 was awarded the Lawrence S. Greenbaum Prize for best oralist.
Columbia Law School leads the way in offering courses that help students understand the financial crisis of 2008, and what measures regulators can take to prevent a future meltdown.
Trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union may be the best opportunity for the U.S. to have a say on global regulatory standards, writes Professor Anu Bradford, an expert on international economic law.
Fisher v. University of Texas, the affirmative action case pending at the U.S. Supreme Court, raises the question of how much more needs to be done in terms of racial remedies, Professor Olatunde Johnson says.
Merim Razbaeva ’13 LL.M. is focused on gaining the legal expertise necessary to facilitate development in her native Kyrgyzstan and the Eurasian region.
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