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Columbia Law School Clip Report, July 1–15, 2019

Big Questions—and Answers—in New Faculty Works

In chapters, journal articles, and books, Columbia Law faculty have put forth their research on myriad legal topics, including corporate and tax law, environmental law, human rights issues, and beyond.

“Children Were Traumatized,” Professor Elora Mukherjee Tells Congressional Panel

The director of the Columbia Law Immigrants’ Rights Clinic says federal policies toward asylum-seeking families and detained migrant children are “cruel” and inhumane.

Alumni and Friends Meet Jerome L. Greene Foundation Challenge to Endow 50 New Scholarships

Gifts matched by a $5 million challenge grant from the foundation add $10 million for endowed student aid.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, June 1–30, 2019

Clinic Students Argue Constitutional Claims in Federal Court

In oral arguments, five members of Professor Brett Dignam’s Mass Incarceration Clinic sought injunctive relief for their client, a man who has been in solitary confinement for 24 years.

Inaugural Executive LL.M. Class Moves From Online to In-Person

In Columbia Law’s accelerated six-month Executive LL.M. program, U.S. business law is only the beginning.

Ezra Young ’12: A Transgender Lawyer for Our Times

The impact litigator takes on cases to ensure the civil rights of other transgender people and to advocate for systemic change and safeguards.

Reunion 2019: Highlights of the Weekend

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