News at Columbia Law from 2015

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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

Praise for ‘The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Right’

A New Book by Columbia Law School Professor Michael Graetz and Journalist Linda Greenhouse Uncovers the Roots of Supreme Court Conservatism in an Overlooked Era

Professor Philip Hamburger to Receive Prestigious Hayek Book Prize

Constitutional Law Scholar Will Deliver the Manhattan Institute's Annual Hayek Lecture

Collection of Influential Essays on International Taxation by Professor Michael J. Graetz Published

Collection Provides Account of the Fundamental Principles Underlying Critical Analysis of International Taxation

Training United Nations Diplomats

Columbia Law School to Design and Teach Alternative Dispute Resolution Curriculum With the Educational Arm of the United Nations

Columbia Law School Launches Executive Education and Non-Degree Programs

Innovative New Offerings Taught by Law School Faculty Will Offer Customized Training Across Disciplines to Lawyers and Other Professionals

Former Top U.S. Military Lawyer Named Senior Fellow

Columbia Law School Taps Army Brigadier General (Retired) Richard Gross for a Joint Position in the Human Rights Institute and the Roger Hertog Program on Law and National Security

Gerard Lynch '75 Receives Prestigious Learned Hand Medal

The Federal Bar Council Honored Judge Lynch Earlier This Month at Its Annual Law Day Dinner

Class of 2016: ‘Our Future Now Rests Squarely in Your Hands’

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. '76 Calls on Columbia Law School 's Newest Graduates to Work for an America "Whose Best Days Are Still to Come"

Ivet Bell ’16 Wins Top Prize in Bloomberg Writing Competition

The Second Annual "Write-On Competition" Gave Students the Opportunity to Work With the Editorial Staff of Several Legal Publications