The Honorable Analisa Torres, a member of CUNY Law’s Board of Visitors, was confirmed yesterday by the U.S. Senate to serve as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of New York.
Dean Michelle J. Anderson spoke to MSN News yesterday about the consequences of online bullying of victims of rape.
On April 2, 2013, the CUNY Law Democrats, the CUNY Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the CUNY Federalist Society hosted a panel discussion on the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
On April 8, the Law School celebrated Judge Jenny Rivera and her accomplishments with more than 200 guests, who included students, staff, faculty, alumni, friends, and family.
Last month, Professor Natalie Gomez-Velez and her Law, Media, and Public Discourse class hosted a special screening of the Ken Burns documentary Central Park Five for CUNY Law students.
On April 4, 2013, the Jewish Law Student Association (JLSA) marked Holocaust Remembrance Day with a program featuring two Holocaust survivors. Ruth and Jack Gruener shared their stories and spoke to the audience about the perils of intolerance and Anti-Semitism.
Today’s New York Law Journal reports on recently released statistics from the American Bar Association on the employment of 2012 grads. CUNY Law continues to have one of the highest rates in the nation and the highest in New York State of sending graduates into public service and public interest jobs.
Aaron Samsel (’15) has been awarded a 2013 Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship, which provides law students with diverse, challenging work experiences fighting for social and economic justice.
Newsday spoke with Professor Merrick (Rick) Rossein on the False Claims Act settlement of $7.5 million given to attorney Craig Gurian and his nonprofit, the Anti-Discrimination Center.
Pace University School of Law in White Plains recently launched the Pace Community Law Practice. The Practice follows a law school trend of launching incubators to help graduates set up their own practices–a trend that began with CUNY Law’s Incubator for Justice program, the first of its kind in the nation.