News at Columbia Law from 2009

Professors Goldberg and Franke on Decisive Defeat of Same-Sex Marriage Bill by New York State Senate

Professors Goldberg and Franke on Decisive Defeat of Same-Sex Marriage Bill by New York State Senate

Professor Gerard Lynch '75 Inducted to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Media Contact:  Public Affairs Office 212-854-2650 publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu   New York, Dec. 3, 2009 – The Daniel Moynihan United States Courthouse was where the branches of the professional life of Gerard Lynch ’75 intersected...

Columbia Law School Now on Twitter

Columbia Law School Now on Twitter

Four Columbia Law School Professors Contribute to Landmark Book on Children

Public Affairs, 212-854-2650   New York, Dec. 10, 2009 – A new book that aims to provide parents and professionals with the latest information on all aspects of child studies and development includes contributions from four Columbia Law School...

Report on Conditions in New York Juvenile Prisons "Very Disturbing," Says Law School Expert

  Media Contact:  Public Affairs Office 212-854-2650 publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu   New York, Dec. 14, 2009 – New York confines juvenile offenders in prisons that are often violent and can leave youths worse off than when they first...

The Law Professor as Goodwill Ambassador: Richard Gardner in China

  Media Contact:  Public Affairs Office 212-854-2650 publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu   New York, Dec. 15, 2009 -- When Professor Richard Gardner went to China earlier this month for a series of speeches, he had a tough act to follow: President...

Climate Change Policies Can Threaten Right to Food, Human Rights Institute Report Argues

  Report Says Good Intentions Can Actually Worsen Hunger Problem, Urges Integrating Human Rights into Any Climate Solution   Media Contact:  Public Affairs Office 212-854-2650 publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu   New York, Dec. 16, 2009 --...

Old Legal Principle Can Provide New Way to Handle Suspected Terrorists, Professor Hamburger Writes

  Media Contact:  Public Affairs Office 212-854-2650 publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu     New York, Dec. 17, 2009 -- As the government continues to wrestle with how to mete out justice to suspected terrorists, one clue may be found in a...

Students Meet With NYC Children's Services Commissioner to Discuss Foster Care Problems

Students Meet with NYC Children's Services Commissioner to Discuss Foster Care Problems

Veterans Decry Lack of Legal Redress for Sexual Harassment in Military

Veterans Decry Lack of Legal Redress for Sexual Harassment in Military