In “Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Abolition,” Franke details post-Civil War attempts to redistribute land to freed black people, making a case for efforts to offset historic economic inequality today.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, May 1–15, 2019
Alumna offers students advice on mindfulness
Columbia University honors the Law School’s Mediation Clinic director and dispute resolution guru.
More than 100 alumni society members gathered, honoring Susan Waltman ’77
J.D., LL.M., and J.S.D. students celebrate graduation, with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra delivering the keynote.
Supreme Federal Court Justice Luís Roberto Barroso headlines a conference on political and social turmoil in Brazil.
Laura O'Brien ’19 LL.M. Awarded LL.M. Public Interest and Government Fellowship at Access Now
Ayisha Malik Kamara ’19 LL.M. Awarded LL.M. Public Interest and Government Fellowship at the African Services Committee (ASC)
Graduates will span the globe, working on immigration issues, advocating for victims of violence, and more.
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