News at Columbia Law from 2018

Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Celebrates Anne-Marie Slaughter

Student editors present the 44th Annual Wolfgang Friedmann Award to the renowned lawyer, scholar, political scientist, and former U.S. State Department official.

New Book Addresses Legalities of Geoengineering to Forestall Climate Change

Climate Engineering and the Law, co-edited by Columbia Law School Professor Michael B. Gerrard and Alumnus Tracy Hester, considers the legal consequences of large-scale manipulations made to combat climate change.

Moot Court Finalists Compete Before Panel of Federal Appellate Judges

Emily Hush ’18 awarded prize for best oral argument in Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition.

Columbia Law School Welcomes Five New Members to Its Faculty

These talented teachers and superb scholars will enrich the intellectual life of the classroom and the community.

Meet the New Editor in Chief of the Columbia Law Review

Tomi Williams ’19 plans to diversify the venerable journal’s content, contributors, and online presence.

Pro Bono Caravans: The Alternative Spring Break

Groups of Columbia Law School students spent their spring break week working at legal services and public interest organizations across the U.S. and abroad.

Columbia Law Review Invites Scholars to Reimagine the First Amendment

Symposium asks whether the First Amendment is best read to advance social and economic equality.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, March 1–31, 2018

Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic Files Brief in Discrimination Case

Clinic Director and Professor Suzanne Goldberg Argues Eighth Circuit Panel Is Free to Decide Appeal in Case Claiming Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation

New Book Marks Completion of First Phase of Special Study of the Securities Markets

Joint Project of Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School Aims to Guide Future Financial Regulatory Policy