News at Columbia Law from 2018

A Cutting-Edge, Old-Fashioned Law Firm

Star litigator and same-sex marriage champion Roberta Kaplan ’91 launched a new hybrid law firm and hired three recent Columbia Law School graduates as associates.

Columbia Law Grads and Student Play Role in DA Fundraising Reforms

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. adopts campaign fundraising recommendations in a report by Columbia Law School’s Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity.

Suzanne Goldberg on the #MeToo Movement

In an interview on a new WNYC Radio podcast, Professor Goldberg explains the laws around workplace sexual harassment and assault, and outlines actions victims can take.

Former Top Intelligence Official to Teach New Course

Robert S. Litt, former general counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, will be co-teaching a new course with Professor Matthew C. Waxman.

A Rising Political Star, Justin Fairfax ’05

Virginia’s New Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax talks about his commitment to public service.

New Spring Courses Cover Contemporary Issues

Twenty new courses, seminars, and workshops that address topics for tumultuous times.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, December 1–20, 2017

Meet the New Vice Dean for Experiential Education

Clinical Professor Brett Dignam plans to expand opportunities for hands-on learning throughout the Law School.