It happened by chance. Associate Professor Nina Chernoff had just moved to New York and had not heard about CUNY Law until she paused to speak with CUNY Law professors Babe Howell and Natalie Gomez-Velez at a criminal law lecture.
Lisa Davis: Advocating for Women’s Rights
May 1, 2013
Lisa Davis (’08) has been associated for years with the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic (IWH R), but this is her first year as a full-time clinical professor.
Prof. Ramzi Kassem Speaks to MSNBC about Guantanamo
April 30, 2013
Professor Ramzi Kassem was a featured guest on MSNBC’s Up w/ Steve Kornacki on Saturday discussing the Boston bombing, terrorism, Guantanamo, the hunger strike that many of the detainees are undergoing, and what the possible solutions are.
Prof. Robson on Constitutionality of Proposed Video Game Ban
April 25, 2013
Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson spoke to the New Jersey Star-Ledger about Governor Chris Christie’s proposal to prevent stores from selling certain video games rated “mature” or “adults only” to minors without a guardian’s permission.
Professor Ramzi Kassem spoke with WNYC about New York Representative Peter King’s call for increased surveillance of Muslim American communities in the wake of the bombings in Boston, Mass.
Professor Rebecca Bratspies participated in a workshop hosted by Harvard University’s Center for the Environment and in collaboration with the Harvard Law School Institute for Global Law and Policy and the Program on Science Technology and Society.
Dean Anderson on Consequences of Post-Rape Cyberbullying
April 19, 2013
Dean Michelle J. Anderson spoke to MSN News yesterday about the consequences of online bullying of victims of rape.
Celebrating Judge Jenny Rivera
April 17, 2013
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.
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.