News at Columbia Law from 2018

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, June 1–30, 2018

Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic Files Brief in Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Case

Professor Suzanne Goldberg argues ban violates decades of sex discrimination law.

Clinical Education Innovator Joins Faculty

Colleen Shanahan ’03 will establish a new community justice clinic as part of Columbia Law School’s expansion of its experiential learning programs.

Reunion 2018: A Record-Setting Weekend

Alumni hit high points for donations and attendance.

Eight LL.M. Students Awarded Postgraduate Public Interest Fellowships

These 2018 graduates are pursuing social justice and human rights careers in Asia, Australia, Latin America, and the United States.

Jane Spinak Honored by the New York City Bar

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Scholarship Luncheon Brings Students and Donors Together

George W. Madison ’80 and Nicole Fleming ’20 extol the importance of opening doors for the next generation of lawyers.

Data Privacy and the New EU Law

Five Questions with Columbia Law School Professor Anu Bradford

Graduation 2018: Highlights of the Day

On May 14, J.D. and LL.M. students from the Class of 2018 had their graduation, with former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson ’82 delivering the keynote.

Jeh Johnson ’82 to Deliver Keynote at Columbia Law Graduation

Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security and a partner at Paul, Weiss will share thoughts on political and professional responsibility with Class of 2018.