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Power Struggles in a Partisan Era

Standoffs between states and the federal government, and states and cities, are increasingly common. Columbia Law professors examine the impact and propose solutions.

Students Explore Cutting-Edge Legal Topics in Expanded Winter Offerings

The one-week J-Term includes new classes on empirical methods, social justice advocacy, financial methods, and transnational law.

Hannah Rosner ’21 and Caitlin Lowell ’21 Named Inaugural Greene Public Service Scholars

Full-tuition scholarships awarded to public-service minded students made possible thanks to a generous gift from the Jerome L. Greene Foundation.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, November 16–30, 2018

Law School Joins Forces with the Clooney Foundation for Justice and the ABA to Advance Right to Fair Trial

The Clooney Foundation for Justice’s TrialWatch® initiative will promote the right to a fair trial and greater transparency in courtroom proceedings worldwide.

Regulators from China Visit Columbia Law to Learn about U.S. Securities Law

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The Free Speech Century: How the First Amendment Came to Life

A new book celebrates the 100th anniversary of the formative free-speech cases and warns of new threats to freedom of expression in the digital age.

Former Vice President Joe Biden Speaks to Law School Students About Violence Against Women Act

Biden championed the 1994 legislation as a senator and continues to fight to prevent domestic violence and sexual assault.

Up Close With Brenda Toineeta Pipestem ’99: A Leader in Tribal Law

Brenda Toineeta Pipestem, an associate justice on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Supreme Court, discusses the urgent priorities in tribal law.

The Campaign for Columbia Law Goes to the West Coast

Dean Gillian Lester, four faculty members, and the campaign’s co-chairs traveled to Los Angeles to kick off the Law School’s campaign on the West Coast.

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