News at Columbia Law from 2013

Columbia Law School Clinic Argues for Marriage Equality in Florida

New York, December 19, 2014—Florida marriage laws violate the constitutional rights of lesbians and gay men to marry the person of their choice and to have that marriage recognized, Columbia Law School’s Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic ...

Columbia Law School Students, Faculty, and Staff Participate in the Millions March NYC

New York, December 17, 2014—More than 100 members of the Columbia Law School community joined together to participate in the “Millions March NYC” on Saturday, Dec. 13. According to event organizers, the march was held to demand justice for...

Columbia Law School Faculty Celebrates 90th Birthday of Professor Jack Greenberg '48

New York, December 17, 2014—Columbia Law School faculty members gathered on Dec. 12 to celebrate the 90th birthday of their colleague Professor Jack Greenberg ’48, a civil rights icon best known for his historic argument before the U.S. Supreme...

Professor Benjamin Liebman Delivers Opening Remarks on Rule of Law at Major Forum in China

New York, December 16, 2014—Legal transparency is a cornerstone of efforts to construct rule of law, said Professor Benjamin L. Liebman, director of Columbia Law School’s Center for Chinese Legal Studies, at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences...

Senate Confirms Antony "Tony" Blinken '88 as Deputy Secretary of State

Blinken Served Most Recently as President Obama's Deputy National Security Adviser

Regulating Foreign Investment for Sustainable Development

The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI) Hosts a Two-Day Summit Exploring Nations' Efforts to Regulate Multinational Companies' Conduct Abroad.

Professor John C. Coffee Jr. Addresses United Nations on Reforming Sustainable Development

New York, December 10, 2014—Columbia Law School Professor John C. Coffee Jr., a renowned expert on corporate governance and securities law, spoke Dec. 8 before the United Nations’ Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) as part of that body’s...

Columbia Law School Community Comes Together to Examine Ferguson Case

Students, Faculty, Administrators, and Staff Discuss Social and Racial Implications of Grand Jury's Decision Not to Indict Police Officer in Shooting Death of Michael Brown

Professors Fagan and Harcourt Provide Facts on Grand Jury Practice After Staten Island Decision

FACT SHEET: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS ABOUT THE RICHMOND COUNTY (STATEN ISLAND) GRAND JURY IN THE ERIC GARNER HOMICIDE

The Moreland Commission: What Happened?

Columbia Law School Professors Richard Briffault and Tim Wu Discuss NY's Short-Lived Anti-Corruption Commission with its Former Special Counsel Janos Marton

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