Thomson Reuters cites Professor Caitlin Borgmann in an article about Oklahoma Senate Bill 1433, or the Personhood Act.
In a Salon article, Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson commented on recent initiatives in several states to restrict or ban registered sex offenders from online sites focused on social networking, virtual gaming, and online dating.
PreLaw Magazine reports that CUNY School of Law has had the 6th lowest increase in tuition among law schools across the country from 2000 to 2010.
In a Huffington Post blog entry, Eli Federman (’10) argues that it was Trayvon Martin, rather than George Zimmerman – who killed Martin – who had the right to defend himself under Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law.
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has found that the government of Chile violated the rights of Karen Atala, a lesbian mother, when it stripped her of custody of her daughters because of their “unique family.” The ruling affirms
On Thursday, March 27, students hosted an inter-disciplinary discussion about intimate and state-sanctioned power, violence, and control within and against LGBTQ and immigrant communities.