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Prospects for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

The director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, Jeong-Ho Roh ’88 discusses the latest peace agreements.

Michael B. Gerrard Named New York City “Lawyer of the Year” in Environmental Litigation Field

The award is presented annually to the lawyer who receives the most positive feedback from peers.

Data Science Guru Joins the Faculty

Justin McCrary is a teacher and scholar with expertise in policing, crime, securities, antitrust, and empirical methods in the law.

Students Play a Role in Securing Environmental Law Victory in Federal Court

Tess Dernbach ’19 and Laura Keeley ’19 drafted an amicus brief on behalf of former Congressman Henry Waxman in an important case against the EPA.

Decoding the Data Revolution

Columbia Law Professors Eric Talley and Joshua Mitts discuss how machine learning, AI, and data analytics are transforming the practice and study of the law.

Remembering Gerry Lenfest ’58

H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, the cable TV and media mogul, was one of Columbia Law’s most generous and devoted alumni.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, July 1–31, 2018

Federal Judge Cites David Pozen's Paper on FOIA

In concurring opinion, Judge Nina Pillard references Pozen’s law review article, “Freedom of Information Beyond the Freedom of Information Act.”

Historian With a Cutting-Edge Approach Joins Faculty

Associate Professor Kellen Funk uses data science and focuses on current issues, such as the American bail system.

Joseph Raz Wins $1.3 Million Tang Prize

Professor Raz, a world-renowned legal philosopher, was awarded the prize for his scholarship in rule of law.

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