• Portrait of a Civil Rights Pioneer

    The Columbia Law School community gathered to unveil a portrait created to commemorate the extraordinary career of distinguished alumna Constance Baker Motley '46, a civil rights icon who became the first female black federal judge.

    Portrait of a Civil Rights Pioneer
  • Chase-ing the Dream

    JPMorgan Chase and Columbia Law School's Office of Career Services and Professional Development have partnered on an innovative program to help highly qualified alumni who have left the profession re-enter the workforce.

    Chase-ing the Dream
  • From the Magazine

    At Issue: An Improbable Life

    Professor Michael I. Sovern '55 recounts some memorable exchanges with Professor Elliott Evans Cheatham, Justice Felix Frankfurter, and Professor Walter Gellhorn '31 in an excerpt from An Improbable Life: My Sixty Years at Columbia and Other Adventures.

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