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"In McCutcheon v. FEC, the Supreme Court invalidated the aggregate contribution limits that were part of federal campaign finance law for the past 40 years..."

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Michael A. Cardozo '66

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Michael A. Cardozo '66

Michael A. Cardozo ’66 has served as the corporation counsel for New York City since 2002. He oversees the New York City Law Department, which represents the city, elected officials, and various agencies.

In Session

Roxane Cassehgari

Gaining Perspective

Rohan Grey

Valuable Change

Historic Speech

Philip Hamburger

Leading the Way

Lori Fisler Damrosch

In Profile

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R. Alta Charo '82

Scientific Method

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Russell Gertmenian '72

Community Centered

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Daniella Levine '83

Civic Minded

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Joel Reynolds '78

Natural Instinct

Happenings

Comey Tapped to Lead FBI

Former Columbia Law School Lecturer-in-Law James B. Comey was recently named director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Comey Tapped to Lead FBI

Verrilli & Janklow Receive Medal for Excellence

Literary agent Morton L. Janklow ’53 and U.S. Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli, Jr. ’83 received the Columbia Law School Medal for Excellence, the Law School’s highest honor, at the 2013 Winter Luncheon.

Center on Corporate Governance Hosts Conference on Insider Trading

The event honored former SEC Chairman and Columbia Law School Professor William L. Cary, who, in 1961, laid the foundation for the country’s current insider trading laws.

White Takes Over as SEC Chair

The former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in April.

Law School Launches Blue Sky Blog

The website is a forum where lawyers, scholars, and regulators can interact on matters relating to corporations and capital markets.

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Join the Conversation: Should current national security policies be more or less transparent?

Join the Conversation: Should current national security policies be more or less transparent?

Should current national security policies be more or less transparent? Vote, see results, and leave a comment.

Columbia Law School Hosts Young Eisner Scholars Program

Columbia Law School Hosts Young Eisner Scholars Program

The NYC YES program recently completed summer sessions at William C. Warren Hall.

Faculty Publications

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