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Archive for 2011


Prof. Huertas Quoted in Gotham Gazette on Worker Cooperatives

November 17, 2011

The Gotham Gazette quoted Professor Carmen Huertas-Noble in a story about the rise of worker cooperatives in New York City and some of the challenges they face.

Prof. Zeidman Featured in Story on Ticket-Fixing Scandal

November 17, 2011

Professor Steve Zeidman was quoted in a Reuters story about how the ticket-fixing scandal in the New York Police Department could affect witness credibility at trial.

Black Law Students Association Hosts Discussion on NYC Foster Care System

November 16, 2011

On Thursday, October 6, 2011, the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) invited a panel of judges and public interest lawyers to discuss with the CUNY Law community

NY Times Quotes Marina Sitrin (’01) on Occupy Wall Street Influence

November 16, 2011

Alum Marina Sitrin, part of Occupy Wall Street’s legal working group, was quoted in the New York Times about the continued influence of OWS since police temporarily evicted protesters from Zuccotti Park on Tuesday.

CUNY Law Video Recognized in ABA Law Video Awards

November 15, 2011

The American Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Section (LPM) announced the winners of the first-ever LPM Law Video Awards during the 3rd Bi-annual ABA Law Firm Marketing Strategies Conference

Judge Hamill (’90) to Speak at NY Forum on Youth in Foster Care

November 14, 2011

The Honorable Bryanne Hamill (’90) will speak on a panel about the challenges faced by youth who age out of foster care at the upcoming forum Whatever It Takes: Strategies for Preventing and Addressing Youth Disconnection.

Int’l Business Times Features Distinguished Prof. Robson on Occupy Wall Street Lawsuits

November 10, 2011

Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson spoke to the International Business Times about Occupy Wall Street and the lawsuits pertaining to freedom of assembly that some of the groups have filed.

Jen Hogg (’12) Featured in Go Magazine

November 10, 2011

Go Magazine featured Jen Hogg (’12) as part of its piece on women leading nonprofit organizations. Hogg, who was a sergeant in the New York Army National Guard, co-founded Service Women’s Actions Network

Puerto Rican Police Department: Abuse Discovered; Leading Activists, Lawyers and Scholars Examine Findings by the Department of Justice

November 9, 2011

CUNY Law’s Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality (CLORE), the Puerto Rican Bar Association, and the National Lawyers Guild International Committee will lead a panel discussion on the egregious abuses exposed by a U.S Department of Justice report on Puerto Rico Police Department practices.

Associate Dean Andrews to Speak on “Nonviolent Transitions to Democracy”

November 8, 2011

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Penelope Andrews, a leading international human rights scholar, will participate on a panel on Civil Resistance and the Law: Nonviolent Transitions to Democracy.

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