The Jerome L. Greene Clinical Professor of Law and the students in her Immigrants’ Rights Clinic represent individuals and families seeking asylum and advocate for migrants across the country.
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Columbia Law faculty influence court decisions and advance legal theory when they submit “friend-of-the-court” briefs to the Supreme Court and other jurisdictions.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, January 1–15, 2019
Six inaugural Davis Polk Leadership Fellows initiated projects in fall 2018 to address social justice issues locally and internationally. Now, the program has expanded, and applications are open to students, faculty, and staff for Innovation Grants.
The Utah Democrat readies himself to help fix a “broken” government, calling on lessons from Columbia’s classrooms and community.
Columbia Law Professors Tackle Free Speech, Climate Engineering, Open-Data Policies, and More
Columbia Law School Clip Report, December 16–31, 2018
Columbia Law School Clip Report, December 1–15, 2018
Standoffs between states and the federal government, and states and cities, are increasingly common. Columbia Law professors examine the impact and propose solutions.