CUNY Law was named one of the “Best Value” law schools by PreLaw magazine. Among other criteria, schools are rated by their in-state tuition, debt and the percent of graduates employed nine months after graduation.
A new report from the Associated Press states that the New York Police Department has been using covert surveillance on Muslims in New York since 9/11. At a news conference held by the Council on American-Islamic Relations in response to the report, Ramzi Kassem
As executive director of the Center for Working Families, Dave Palmer (’06) is leading the organization’s efforts to develop a green economy in New York State
On Wednesday, August 24, CLRN’s Immigration Practice Group had a get-together in the city. It was a chance for us to see each other face-to-face, to network, and we were lucky to hear thoughts from our guest, attorney Claudia Slovinsky.
CUNY Law joined the “Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Consortium,” which was developed as a means for leading law schools to share innovative ideas to improve law school pedagogy.
The Chronicle of Higher Education publishes CUNY Law Librarian and Associate Professor Douglas Cox’s op-ed on how government responses to accessing Wiki-Leaks should
Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson, who is the author of numerous works developing a lesbian legal theory, which include the books Sappho Goes to Law School and Lesbian (Out)Law: Survival Under the Rule of Law, and many law review articles, discusses same-sex marriage.
Acting Clinic Director Steve Zeidman, who runs the Criminal Defense Clinic, helped co-author an amicus brief that was submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the American Bar Association
Bergen County, New Jersey, honored Professor Dinesh Khosla on August 15, 2011, India’s Independence Day, with a Distinguished Service Award for his civil rights advocacy
WYNC featured CUNY Law alum and New York State Senator Jeff Klein (’93) on how unmaintained and unclaimed properties can impact community safety