Latest News at Columbia Law

Why ‘Internal Administrative Law’ is Law

The playbooks that guide federal agencies deserve deference, Professor Gillian Metzger ’96 argues.

Columbia Alumni Honored By New York Law Journal

Lifetime Achievement, Rising Star, and Distinguished Leader Awards given to 12 Columbians.

Accounting for Prosecutors

“Well placed to hold others accountable, prosecutors must themselves be held to account,” says Professor Daniel Richman.

Kimberlé Crenshaw to Receive Social Justice Award

As the 2017 recipient of Brandeis University’s Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize, Crenshaw will deliver a lecture at an event open to the public.

Columbia Law Kicks Off $300 Million Campaign

Montana Gov. Stephen Bullock ’94 delivered the keynote address at the fundraising gala, held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Law School to Accept GRE in Fall 2018

The pilot program aims to expand pathways to legal education.

Law School Announces $300 Million Campaign

The Campaign for Columbia Law to launch Monday night at The Metropolitan Museum of Art with a keynote by Gov. Steve Bullock ’94 of Montana.

A New Approach to Cybersecurity Law

In a new, interdisciplinary course, students at Columbia Law School tackle the technical, legal, and policy aspects of cybersecurity.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, September 16–30, 2017

Justice Ginsburg Joins Law School’s 2nd Circuit Celebration

Three U.S. Supreme Court justices helped Columbia Law School and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit celebrate the court’s 125th anniversary and two of its legendary judges.

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