News at Columbia Law from 2009

State and City Legal Expert Abbe Gluck Joins Law School as Associate Professor

State and City Legal Expert Abbe Gluck Joins Law School as Associate Professor

African-American and Mexican-American Enrollment at U.S. Law Schools Continues to Drop, Study Finds

African-American and Mexican-American Enrollment at U.S. Law Schools Continues to Drop, Study Finds

Award-Winning Film Based on Guantanamo Bay Tribunals will be Shown at Law School

Award-Winning Film Based on Guantanamo Bay Tribunals will be Shown at Law School

First-Year Students Get Prized Freedom of Choice

First-Year Students Get Prized Freedom of Choice

Columbia Law School Students Raise Over $3,500 for Haiti Earthquake Relief

Columbia Law School Students Raise Over $3,500 for Haiti Earthquake Relief

Google-China Showdown Highlights Links between Web Freedom and World Trade, Says Professor Tim Wu

Google-China Showdown Highlights Links between Web Freedom and World Trade, Says Professor Tim Wu

Professor Nathaniel Persily Reacts to Supreme Court Decision on Corporate Spending in Elections

Professor Nathaniel Persily Reacts to Supreme Court Decision on Corporate Spending in Elections

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara '93 to Speak about Federal Law Enforcement

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara '93 to Speak about Federal Law Enforcement

Columbia Law School Establishes World’s First Endowed Professorship in Climate Change Law

Columbia Law School Establishes World?s First Endowed Professorship in Climate Change Law

Professor Jack Greenberg ’48 and Jeh Johnson '82 Win Wien Prize

Professor Jack Greenberg '48 and Jeh Johnson '82 Win Wien Prize

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