The co-founder of the online platform Policygenius has made it easy and enjoyable to shop for auto, home, and life insurance.
Citing written and oral arguments made by five students, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled that a Connecticut prisoner’s permanent solitary confinement violates the Constitution’s protection against cruel and unusual punishment.
Dozens of courses in areas including food systems, business ethics, and community advocacy give students insight into timely issues.
In her Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic, Pantin teaches students transactional lawyering skills that they draw on to promote social justice, provide pro bono legal services to small businesses, and prepare for corporate careers.
The law and economics scholar says that asking the right questions produces the most illuminating answers.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, August 1–15, 2019
As the anchor of cable’s leading half-hour, hard-news sports program, Smith draws on his legal background to report on issues and controversies in the sports world.
The Columbia Law professor receives the Norman J. Redlich Capital Defense Distinguished Service Award for his longtime advocacy on behalf of individuals on death row.
Marion Crepet ’19 LL.M. Awarded LL.M. Public Interest & Government Fellowship at Liberty Shared
Columbia Law School Clip Report, July 16–31, 2019