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Archive for June, 2018


ON THE DOCKET: Trump v. Hawaii

June 27, 2018

In a decision that stands to echo throughout American history for generations to come, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Trump v. Hawaii that the president’s “Muslim Ban” to restrict travel to the United States from seven Muslim countries will stand. Here’s what you need to know. THE RULING STATEMENTS FROM THE CUNY LAW COMMUNITY […]

In Response to Attacks on Our Values and Community

June 27, 2018

WHAT YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW In this moment of national reckoning, we must move from outcries of distress and disgust to conversation, action, and transformation. Now is the time to lead: mobilize, organize, call our representatives, and vote. Now is the time to connect with skeptics who have resisted the idea that the administration […]

What Will We Tell Our Son?

June 7, 2018

Two queer members of the CUNY Law community on the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruling. By Professor Allie Robbins (’09) and Lisa Zayas (’11) Whenever anything big happens, we ask each other, what will we tell our son? Our goal is to raise a kind, compassionate, person. We want him to be happy […]

ON THE DOCKET: The Supreme Court Ruling on Masterpiece Cakeshop

June 4, 2018

Today’s 7-2 Supreme Court ruling on Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission has a lot to unpack. The central question, of whether the First Amendment’s Free Speech Clause could be wielded as a weapon against non-discrimination law, seems to have received a stay of execution. And unlike Jack Phillips’ confectionary creations, these layers need to be […]

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