News at Columbia Law from 2011

Sculptural Surprises Grace the Law School Grounds

Flying Horses, Tightrope Walkers, and Other Iconic Sculptures Are Artistic Oasis Amid Urban Campus

State Public Utility Commissions Have Tools to Promote Energy Efficiency, New Study Shows

Center for Climate Change Law Develops Handbook of Legal and Regulatory Tools for Commissioners and Advocates

J.D. Class of 2015 and LL.M. Class of 2013 Arrive for Orientation

Students Welcomed by Dean, Faculty Members, and Administrators

Professor Elizabeth Scott Analyzes Latest Jurisprudence on Juvenile Justice Cases

Supreme Court Decision Striking Down Mandatory Life-Without-Parole Sentences for Juveniles "Breaks New Eighth Amendment Ground"

Legal Victory by Environmental Law Clinic in Battle Against Hydrofracking

Case Gives Students Chance to Participate in Legal Challenge to Vitally Important Environmental Issue

Columbia Law School Student Team Brings Home Gold from International Mooting Competition

Rigorous Contest in Hong Kong Tests Participants' Skills in Arbitration and Mediation

The 2012 Presidential Election: Setting the Stage for a New "Hanging Chad"?

Rise in Absentee Ballots, New Voter Identification Laws, and Inconsistent Local Systems May Affect Upcoming Elections, Says Law School Professor Nathaniel Persily

Professor Curtis Milhaupt Addresses Beijing Business Forum on Chinese State-Owned Enterprises

Discussions Focus on Problems Related to Governance and Global Investment Presented by Powerful and Politically Connected Chinese Companies

Professor Katharina Pistor Wins Prestigious Max Planck Research Award

Recognizes Pistor's Influential Work on International Financial Markets and Comparative Law