“It’s important for civilian and military communities to talk to each other directly,” said Professor Matthew Waxman, who is leading the effort to cultivate institutional ties.
Articles by Zohar Goshen, Kathryn Judge, and Eric Talley were voted best by peers, according to annual survey.
Columbia Law School Clip Report, April 1–12, 2018
Edward Morrison, who teaches Bankruptcy Law, Contracts, and Corporate Finance, will receive the Willis L.M. Reese Prize for Excellence in Teaching at graduation.
Members of the Class of 2018 will launch their careers at social justice and human rights organizations from Brooklyn to Bangkok.
Student editors present the 44th Annual Wolfgang Friedmann Award to the renowned lawyer, scholar, political scientist, and former U.S. State Department official.
Climate Engineering and the Law, co-edited by Columbia Law School Professor Michael B. Gerrard and Alumnus Tracy Hester, considers the legal consequences of large-scale manipulations made to combat climate change.
Emily Hush ’18 awarded prize for best oral argument in Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition.
These talented teachers and superb scholars will enrich the intellectual life of the classroom and the community.
Tomi Williams ’19 plans to diversify the venerable journal’s content, contributors, and online presence.