The Associated Press quotes Prof. Borgmann, who testified against a Nebraska abortion law, on legal challenges to legislation.
In their blogging entries, Distinguished Professor Robson and Professor Bratspies discuss a recent court order overturning a temporary moratorium on deepwater drilling.
Prof. Storrow has been named a Fulbright Scholar for the 2010-11 academic year.
WNYC Radio Interviews Alumna Sienna Baskin (’07 ) on Landmark Legislation Affecting Sex Trafficking Victims.
Prof. Rossein, an expert in employment discrimination law, comments on the impact of revealing documents showing pay discrimination at Wal-Mart.
Bikram Singh, a famous Punjabi singer and a member of CUNY’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN), also makes a difference by providing legal services
The Irish Law Student’s Association is pleased to announce this year’s Josephy Doherty Civil Rights Fellowship Recipients.
The Puerto Rican Bar Association honored Natalie Gomez-Velez on May 13th at their 53rd Anniversary Scholarship Fund Gala Banquet.
This year’s Law and Society Conference After Critique: What is Left of the Law & Society Paradigm features CUNY Law professors Beryl Blaustone, Rebecca Bratspies, Janet Calvo, Julie Goldscheid, Andrea McArdle
Prof. Bratspies is co-chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Environmental Law’s annual Conference and is moderating the first panel “TSCA Reform in the Era of REACH.” She
On the eve of Earth Day, eight students and two members of the staff participated in the second annual waste audit. These hardy souls spent almost five hours sifting through the contents of trash and recycle bins representing a sample 24-hour period.
Prof. Angela Burton’s forthcoming article in the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, “They Use it Like Candy: How the Prescription of Psychotropic Drugs to State-involved Children Violates International Laws,” outlines
Christian Science Monitor quotes Professor Robson’s reaction to First Amendment issues raised by Arizona’s new law targeting ethnic study programs.
CUNY Law professors and students presented at the May 4th, 2010 annual Conference on Clinical Legal Education: Answering the Call for Reform: Using Outcomes Assessment, Critical Theory and Strategic Thinking to Implement Change.
CUNY Law students will receive their Juris Doctorate on May 14th in a graduation ceremony celebrating their successful path through law school.
Pioneering Attorney Won Landmark Rights Case in U.S. Court of Appeals on Same Day Supreme Court Narrowly Rejected Her Challenge to the Hyde Amendment on Abortion Restrictions for the Poor
Assoc. Dean and Prof. Natalie Gomez-Velez questions rush to fund charter schools, given data showing mixed performance.
Prof. Jenny Rivera, director of the CUNY Law’s Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality has been recognized by her alma mater for her leadership and accomplishments.
Julia Hernandez (1L) and Cesar Vargas (2L) have been named scholarships recipients of the Puerto Rican Bar Association’s Scholarship Committee.
The Nebraska legislature passed a new law banning abortions after 20 weeks, claiming that fetuses “can feel pain.”
CUNY Law student Jonathan F. Harris (3L) has been named as a 2010 recipient of the prestigious 2010 Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing.
Associate Dean Sameer Ashar will be the guest speaker at the South Asian Bar Association of New York’s 7th Annual Public Interest Benefit.
A bill cosponsored by New York State Senator Deputy Majority Leader Jeffrey Klein (’93), passes in the Senate as part of an election reform package.
Prof. Rick Rossein, former Commissioner of the City of New York Equal Employment Practices Commission, comments on how employers
CLRN members Mercedes Cano, Eric Torres, Margaret McIntyre, Heidi Henle, Sandra Munoz, Fred Rooney and Orestes Rodriguez, in conjunction with Queens Civil Court Judge Carmen Velasquez