News at Columbia Law from 2019

Inaugural 3C Foundation Scholarship Recipient: Yusuf Kumtepe ’20 LL.M.

Created by global international arbitration firm Three Crowns, the scholarship is dedicated to LL.M. students interested in a career in international arbitration.

What Is a High Crime? Columbia Law Professors Demystify the Impeachment Proceedings

Columbia Law professors explain how impeachment works, what is a high crime or misdemeanor, and what other legal and constitutional governance issues impeachment raises.

Mark Attanasio ’82: From M&A to Major League Baseball

The co-founder of Crescent Capital Group and principal owner of the Milwaukee Brewers discussed the rewards of leveraging a legal education for a career in finance, philanthropy, and professional sports at an Alumni Speaker Luncheon.

Mental Health and the War in Yemen

Clare Skinner ’20 LL.M. and Ellie Dupler ’20 report on their recent trip to Beirut where they attended a workshop tied to the Human Rights Clinic's ongoing advocacy work on the right to mental health in Yemen.

Before the Violence Starts: Early Intervention Is Key to Preventing Atrocities

Ivan Šimonović, who served as the United Nations Assistant Secretary-General of Human Rights and the Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect, spoke at the Law School on November 20 at a talk hosted by the Center on Global Governance.

Developing a New Vision for Capital Market Regulation

A conference on technology and the markets looks at the balance between innovation and regulation.

Dana Delger ’10 Fights to Keep Flawed Forensics From Convicting the Innocent

Just because it’s on "CSI" doesn’t mean it’s real. As a strategic litigator for the Innocence Project, Delger works to persuade courts to follow science, not precedent, in considering forensic evidence.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, November 1–15, 2019

A Great Day for Giving

Thanks to the generous support of members of the Law School community, Giving Day 2019 was a resounding success. Gifts surpassed last year’s tally by nearly 45 percent.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, October 16–31, 2019

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