Krueger TV Newsroom
Columbia Law School recently installed a fiber optic transmission system. This new facility, connected via dedicated fiber optic line to the Midtown control room of Ascent Media Network Services (formerly Waterfront Communications) allows broadcast news outlets to access Columbia law professors on short notice for live or taped interviews, without dispatching a camera crew to our campus in Upper Manhattan.
Columbia Law School professors have expertise in the following diverse areas: abortion; administrative law; alternative dispute resolution; antitrust; arbitration; arts law, Asian law; civil procedure; civil rights; copyright law; criminal law; class actions, including tobacco and asbestos litigation; constitutional law; communications regulation and telecommunications; Internet and computers; comparative law; contracts; corporate law, including bankruptcy, and white collar crime; courts, judges, procedure; deals; death penalty; election law; employment law; environmental law; ethics; evidence; European law; family law, including children and divorce law; feminist theory and law; gay and lesbians & the law; food and drug law; gender law; habeas corpus; health law, including malpractice, cloning & bio-ethics; housing discrimination; human rights; insurance; intellectual property; immigration law; international law, including arbitration, economic law, business, criminal court, and copyright and trademark; labor law; Latin American law; law & philosophy; law & economics; legal education; legal history; legal profession and ethics; liability; literature & law; mergers & acquisitions; military tribunals; non-profits; policing, including police brutality; presidency; prisoner rights; property; race & law; regulation; securities law; state & local law; tax; torts; trademarks; trusts & estates; United Nations; war crimes; women & law; workplace law; and world courts.
For more information or to set up an interview, please contact Karen Chesley, Communications Assistant, at 212.854.2650 or via e-mail at [email protected]
Harvey M. Krueger '53 made this facility possible through a generous contribution.