The first ship carrying enslaved Africans arrived in North America 400 years ago. To commemorate the anniversary, the Law School held a series of programs focused on the enduring effects of slavery in the United States.
Kori Cooper ’21, Seojin Park ’21, and Lorena Rodriguez ’21 share what the student organization means to them.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, December 1–31, 2019
Clinic students and Visiting Associate Clinical Professor Emily Benfer traveled to the U.S. Senate to advocate for bipartisan bills aimed at preventing lead paint and carbon monoxide poisoning in the nation’s federally assisted housing.
The author of "Loveboat, Taipei," her debut novel, has pursued her dream of becoming a writer while launching a successful career as an attorney in Big Law and the tech sector, with a specialty in artificial intelligence.
Alumni who fund Columbia Law School scholarships joined students who benefit from their generosity at the annual luncheon held on November 25.
Dean Gillian Lester pays tribute to the distinguished alumnus who was an ardent supporter of the Law School and a former chair of the trustees of Columbia University.
As a visiting leader-in-residence, Krane offered students insider strategies for managing a team and succeeding as in-house counsel at a multinational corporation.
As Kraft Heinz general counsel, La Lande loves her wide-ranging role.
Just in time for winter break reading, these books changed faculty’s lives and will change yours too.
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