CUNY School of Law has been selected to join an elite group of law schools around the nation, among them Stanford, Harvard, NYU and Georgetown, to make recommendations on the future of law school curricula. The invitation follows the release of several public reports, including those from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching […]
CUNY School of Law has been selected to join a group of 10 law schools around the nation to make recommendations on the future of law school curricula.
Two delegations of lawyers — one from CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) and the other from Israel — will convene for 10 days later this month to share ideas on how to increase access to high-quality legal representation for low-income clients, immigrants and the working poor in both nations. The retreat, […]
Professor Rick Rossein’s treatise, Merrick T. Rossein, 2 Employment Discrimination Law And Litigation (2007 ed.) was cited by two federal court decisions (Fifth Circuit and Southern District of Mississippi.) published in September, 2007. The Fifth Circuit decision, Palasota v. Haggar Clothing Co., — F.3d —-, 2007 WL 2503997 (5th Cir. Sept. 6, 2007), cited the […]
Paula Bosco, (CUNY Law ‘2000), 34, has been named one of 20 Rising Stars of Compliance by Institutional Investor, a heralded magazine in the business world. In its 2nd annual Rising Stars of Compliance article, dated Oct. 22, 2007, the magazine presents up-and-coming professionals from various fields of regulatory compliance whose skills, dedication, and industry […]
In a unique collaboration, the CUNY on Wheels Program is collaborating with CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) to provide information and counseling to immigrant residents of the Rockaways.