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Professor Sarah H. Cleveland Advises Tunisians on Drafting of Constitution   (October 22, 2012)
As the U.S. representative to the Venice Commission, Cleveland works with emerging democracies on constitutional matters and rule of law reform.

Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition Finals   (April 12, 2010)
Today in Room 104-106, Jerome Greene Hall 4:20-6:20 p.m.

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Law School to Host National Native American Law Students Moot Court Competition   (February 01, 2011)
Event slated to have 66 teams from 30 law schools from as far away as Hawaii, California.

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Honoring Her Honor   (April 19, 2012)
Columbia Law Women's Association presents the "Distinguished Alumna Award" to Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum '53 for her many achievements as a trailblazing woman in law.

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Bargaining for Motherhood   (November 16, 2012)
Professor Carol Sanger explains the complications that can arise in post-adoption visitation agreements between birth mothers and adoptive parents.

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Medal For Excellence Awarded   (February 09, 2009)
More than 325 alumni and friends gathered at the Winter Luncheon to honor Steven Epstein '68 for his excellence in health care law and Jerome L. Greene '28 for his philanthropy and leadership.

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The Zimmerman Verdict and the Initial Aggressor Exception   (July 29, 2013)
Florida’s Stand Your Ground law aligns with other Stand Your Ground laws to extend the traditional “castle doctrine” beyond the boundaries of one’s home. T...

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David Greenwald '83 to Lead Fried Frank   (July 25, 2013)
Goldman Sachs deputy general counsel David J. Greenwald ’83, who was profiled recently by Columbia Law School Magazine, has been named co-chair of Fried Frank.

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Evidence Uncovered   (July 22, 2013)
ABC's Nightline reports on Professor James Liebman’s groundbreaking report that painstakingly documents how Carlos DeLuna, despite no corroborating forensic evidence, was convicted of murder and executed for a crime that another man likely committed.

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Admissions in SEC Settlements   (July 19, 2013)
The Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to require admissions of liability in some settlements will likely impact private litigation, writes Professor John C. Coffee Jr. But exactly how such settlements might be used in plaintiffs' class actions remains unclear.

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