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Columbia Law School Clip Report, November 1–15, 2018

Students Hold Pop-Up Legal Clinic to Help New Yorkers Form Small Businesses

Students help participants in the NYC/NYCHA Food Business Pathways Program form limited liability companies and finalize legal contracts.

Millstein Center at Columbia Law School Appoints Five New Board Members

Mila Brogan, Keir Gumbs, Rakhi Kumar, Bob McCormick, and Sarah Williamson join the advisory board of the Millstein Center.

Columbia Law School Unveils Series of New Initiatives to Enable Pursuit of Legal Careers in Public Interest

Loan Assistance Program Will Become Among the Most Generous in the Nation; New Public Interest Fellows Program to Begin in 2019

Latino/a Law Students Association’s 14th Annual Awards Banquet

Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher Partner Eduardo Gallardo ’99 and New York Court of Appeals Associate Judge Jenny Rivera ’93 received Distinguished Alumni Awards.

How ‘Bigness’ Is Failing America: Q & A with Tim Wu

In his new book, the acclaimed author of ‘The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires,’ explains why a return to trust-busting is essential for American democracy.

Columbia President Emeritus Michael Sovern ’55 Honored for Outstanding Contributions to New York City

Sovern, former Columbia Law School Dean from 1970 to 1979, was named a 2018 “Living Landmark.”

Columbia Law School Announces New Davis Polk Leadership Fellowship

The inaugural Davis Polk Leadership Fellowship program provides leadership training, mentorship, and a stipend to six students.

Indian Women's Rights Advocate Named 2018 Baker McKenzie Scholar

Meher Dev ’19 LL.M., who has advocated before the Supreme Court of India, was awarded a $50,000 scholarship by the global law firm.

Faculty in the News

Columbia Law School Clip Report, October 16–31, 2018