Thanks to the generous support of members of the Law School community, Giving Day 2019 was a resounding success. Gifts surpassed last year’s tally by nearly 45 percent.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, October 16–31, 2019
This comprehensive collection of data will provide researchers, lawyers, journalists, and policymakers with the means to assess the economic impact of laws across borders.
As assistant dean and dean of judicial clerkships and judicial relations, Saavedra is building on the Law School’s clerkship traditions and culture.
Jeannine Acevedo ’05, partner at White & Case, and Myrna Pérez ’03, director of the Brennan Center’s voting rights and elections program, received Distinguished Alumni Awards.
The Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship, underwritten by the Indian government, supports graduate students at Columbia Law School who wish to specialize in the study of international trade, trade law, public interest, and human rights.
Richard Briffault, Joseph P. Chamberlain Professor of Legislation, explains political disclosure laws, how donors get around them, and what to do about it.
Professor Edward Morrison’s study shows black debtors pushed into insolvency by parking fines choose a bankruptcy plan that is lengthy and expensive—but lets them keep their car.
Every year, the Columbia Law LL.M. Program, in conjunction with the school’s Human Rights Institute, recruits and awards fellowships to jurists who demonstrate extraordinary potential in the field of international human rights.
The event held on October 7 welcomed those who graduated 50 years ago or longer.
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