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News at Columbia Law from 2018

Meet the Students Organizing the NYC March for Our Lives

Columbia Law students are playing a key role in the gun-control march expected to draw thousands to Manhattan on March 24.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, February 16–February 28, 2018

Hollywood Executive Tom Rothman ’80 Dazzles Students

Chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group visits campus and discusses his path from IP lawyer to studio chief.

Women Leaders in the Law Discuss Power, Success, and Empathy

Prominent attorneys share strategies for leadership at Columbia Law School's Private Sector Career Symposium.

Salzburg Cutler Fellows Delve into International Law

Five Columbia Law School students and Professor Matthew Waxman travel to Washington, D.C. for the annual Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program on global public service and international legal issues.

Bernard Harcourt Examines ‘‘The Counterrevolution” in New Book

In his new book, Professor Harcourt argues that the United States has turned the techniques of counterinsurgency on its own people.

How China Will Change the International Arbitration Field

White & Case’s Paul Friedland ’80, the keynote speaker at Columbia Arbitration Day Conference, gives an advance interview.

Alabama’s Botched Lethal Injection Amounts to “Torture,” Columbia Law Professor Argues

Professor Bernard E. Harcourt will return to Holman Prison Sunday morning with Dr. Mark Heath for a full medical examination of death row inmate Doyle Lee Hamm

Inside the 24th Annual Paul Robeson Gala and Conference

The Columbia Black Law Students Association honors alumni and organizes a day of panel discussions.

U.N. Human Rights Experts Call on U.S. to Halt Execution of Doyle Lee Hamm

U.N. Special Rapporteurs warn that Alabama’s plans to execute inmate who suffers from cancer and whose veins are compromised is “cruel and inhumane punishment.”

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