STORIES
  • Financial Federalism

    States are vital to the protection of the markets, New York's Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin Lawsky '95 said in a speech at Columbia Law School as Social Justice Initiatives' Spring Visitor from Government Practice.

    Financial Federalism
  • Congress and American Foreign Policy

    Former Senator Joseph I. Lieberman and Professor Matthew C. Waxman discussed the role of Congress in foreign policy with students and alumni in a roundtable held by the Roger Hertog Program on Law and National Security.

    Congress and American Foreign Policy
  • From the Magazine

    Penelope Andrews ′84 LL.M.

    After a teaching career that led her to Australia, Scotland, Canada, and Germany, Penelope Andrews '84 LL.M. decided to settle in the United States, where she saw connections between South Africa's struggle for racial equality and the American civil rights movement.

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