Arthur Holland ’18, Brandon Nesfield ’18, and Luke Martin ’20 win $20,000 for Law School in TD Ameritrade contest.
At the New-York Historical Society, Professors Philip Bobbitt and Matthew Waxman discuss the president's authority to order a nuclear strike.
A rollback of net neutrality rules won’t withstand judicial review, predicts Tim Wu, the professor who coined the term that defines the open internet.
Cote oversaw the largest set of lawsuits from the 2008 financial crisis.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, October 31–November 15, 2017
Marcia Levy comes with stellar credentials and a mandate to expand the Law School's already robust offerings.
The contribution will support the Human Rights Clinic and broaden global experiential education opportunities for students.
Essays by students in Professor Michael Gerrard’s seminar on climate change address challenges ranging from fossil fuels to protection for federal lands.
White House veteran Avril Haines named a fellow at the Human Rights Institute and National Security Law Program, and a senior researcher for Columbia World Projects.
Brexit is “an essentially political phenomenon,” Judge Ian Forrester tells students