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News at Columbia Law from 2015

Judicial Education for Rights-Respecting Courts

Columbia Law School's Human Rights Institute Seminar Engages Federal Judges in Discussions of the Relevance of Human Rights and Humanitarian Laws to U.S. Courts

Broadway Actors and Artists of Color Inspire Conversation at Columbia Around Race and Social Change

Audra McDonald, Cynthia Erivo, Billy Porter, India.Arie, Ledisi, and Dozens of Stars Participate in Event Produced by the Broadway for Black Lives Matter Collective and Co-Sponsored by Columbia Law School

Professor Kathryn Judge Appointed to U.S. Financial Research Advisory Committee

The Capital Markets Expert Is Only Second Academic to Serve

A Primer on Campaign Finance Law

Professor Richard Briffault Explains the Ongoing Debate Over Political Spending and Free Speech

Clinic Releases Report on Surrogacy as New York Contemplates Potential Change to State Ban

Columbia Law School's Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic Provides Analysis of Surrogacy Law in Preparation of Proposed Bill in the State Legislature

Kristen Underhill Joins Law School Faculty

Public Health and Policy Law Scholar Applies Evidence-based Practices to Study Effectiveness of Public Health Laws

Columbia Law School Professor Tim Wu Comments on Federal Appeals Court Decision on Net Neutrality

Wu, a Top Authority on the Internet, Media, and Communications Industries, Coined the Term "Net Neutrality"

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The History, Future, and Significance of the Freedom of Information Act Are Considered in a Three-Day Conference Marking the Law's 50th Anniversary

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