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  • Daily News Reports Prof. Moore’s remarks on Central Park Five Settlement Discussions

    January 22, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    The New York Daily News reports that lawyers for plaintiffs and the City of New York said at a court hearing that settlement discussions are taking place in a decade-long federal civil rights lawsuit brought by five men exonerated in the rape of a jogger in Central Park in 1989.

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  • NY Times Reports Comments by Fahd Ahmed (’08) on New Justice Department Profiling Rules

    January 17, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    The New York Times front page report on U.S. Justice Department plans to strengthen rules on discriminatory profiling to prohibit federal agents from considering religion, national origin, gender, and sexual orientation unless actually relevant to an investigation, included comments by CUNY Law graduate Fahd Ahmed (’08).

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  • Prof. Moore in $18 Million Right to Protest Settlement

    January 16, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Adjunct Professor Jonathan Moore’s photo appears at the top of the front page of the New York Law Journal article reporting that the City of New York will pay $18 million to settle multiple cases brought by thousands of demonstrators wrongfully arrested during anti-war protests at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City.

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  • Muhammad Faridi (’07) Receives Outstanding Young Lawyer Award

    January 15, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Muhammad U. Faridi (’07) of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP will receive the Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the New York State Bar Association at the annual meeting in late January 2014. The award honors a young lawyer who has demonstrated outstanding service to both the community and legal profession. Read More

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  • Zoe Rawson (’07) on LA’s New Approach to Discipline in School

    January 15, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Alumna Zoe Rawson (’07) is quoted in a recent NPR story about new policies that have been enacted in Los Angeles schools to “take a less punitive approach” to common misbehavior in elementary and middle school. According to the article, “students under the age of 13 will no longer be subject to school police citations […]

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  • Prof. Chernoff on Fair Cross-Section Challenges

    January 14, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Professor Nina Chernoff’s new article “The 16 Things Every Defense Attorney Should Know About Fair Cross-Section Challenges,” co-authored with Joseph B. Kadane, is the lead article in the December 2013 issue of Champion, from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

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  • Camille Massey Appointed as Founding Executive Director of Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice at CUNY School of Law

    January 14, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    L. Camille Massey, J.D., has been named the Founding Executive Director of the Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice at the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law. She joins CUNY Law from the Council on Foreign Relations, where she was Vice President for Global Strategy and Programs.

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  • Distinguished Prof. Robson on Efficacy of NSA Surveillance Program

    January 13, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson spoke to Ars Technica about a new report that examines whether the NSA’s bulk surveillance programs stop terrorists. “[The Bergen report] is additional evidence of the question of the ‘efficacy’ of the surveillance program, a factor that weighs heavily when one balances security against liberty,” Ruthann Robson, a law professor at […]

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  • Distinguished Prof. Robson on Efficacy of NSA Surveillance Program

    January 13, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson spoke to Ars Technica about a new report that examines whether the NSA’s bulk surveillance programs stop terrorists.

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  • BBC Features Prof. Robson & “Dressing Constitutionally”

    January 9, 2014 | CUNY School of Law

    In its article “The Secret History of Fashion Laws,” the BBC features Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson and her latest book, Dressing Constitutionally: Hierarchy, Sexuality, and Democracy From Our Hairstyles to Our Shoes.

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