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Columbia Law Unveils Eleanor Roosevelt Bust

The Human Rights Institute remembers the advocate for her leadership in drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the document’s 70th anniversary.

Columbia Law School Students Argue Before Federal Judges in Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finals

Jeremy Patashnik ’19 takes top honors for Best Oral Argument and Best Brief.

Breaking Barriers at Columbia Law and on the Bench

Roderick “Rick” Ireland was one of only 13 black students in Columbia Law’s Class of 1969, as the school started recruiting from historically black colleges. A half-century later, he discusses his career and his legacy in the Massachusetts courts.

Samir Paul ’21 Awarded Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans

The former teacher and political candidate will use his skills in public service.

New York State Solicitor General Barbara Underwood Receives Myra Bradwell Award From Columbia Law Women’s Association

The first woman to serve as attorney general of New York spoke about her career and why diverse perspectives matter in the law.

Christian Ronald ’19

2019 Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finalist

Jeremy Patashnik ’19

2019 Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finalist

Jing Wang ’19

2019 Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finalist

Tory Roberts ’19

2019 Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Finalist

John Coffee Tells Congress to Strengthen Insider Trading Prosecution With a Specific Statute

In testimony before the House Financial Services subcommittee, Coffee suggested ways to modify and improve a bill on insider trading.

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