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Columbia Law Expands Externship Offerings

New opportunities for students include working on antitrust matters for New York State’s Attorney General and criminal prosecutions for Manhattan and Brooklyn district attorneys.

The 44th Annual Stone Circle Luncheon

Nearly 100 alumni attended the event for those who graduated 50 years ago or longer.

An Unforgettable Day With Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59

The beloved alumna and former professor returned to campus for a discussion on impact litigation and a private dinner in honor of her 25th anniversary on the Supreme Court.

Inside the Columbia Archives: Writing by Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59

To honor Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg on the 25th anniversary of her investiture to the U.S. Supreme Court, Columbia Law School has published a portion of its previously private papers.

ACLU Attorney Lee Gelernt ’88: On the Front Lines of Immigrants’ Rights

Lee Gelernt, who is also a Columbia lecturer in law, is perhaps one of the most influential—and effective—immigrant rights’ lawyers in the country.

Five Questions with Bail Reform Expert Kellen Funk

Associate Professor Kellen Funk, who specializes in legal history and pretrial procedure, discusses the U.S. bail system and reform efforts.

Columbia Lawyers Win Historic LGBT Rights Victory in India

Menaka Guruswamy and Arundhati Katju ’17 LL.M. succeed in their challenge to strike down India’s colonial-era law known as Section 377 forbidding gay sex.

Columbia Law Expands Experiential Offerings

Four new clinics focus on social entrepreneurship, community advocacy, securities arbitration, and health justice.

Welcome, New Columbia Law Students

Orientation for the J.D. Class of 2021 and LL.M. Class of 2019 included talks from faculty and peer mentors and festive lunches and dinners.

Rising Star in Legal History Joins Faculty

Associate Professor Maeve Glass will teach a new seminar on the legal history of American slavery.

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