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Dalourny Nemorin (’14) Defending Youth in Family Court (’14)

April 14, 2014

While rummaging through her bag last spring, Dalourny Nemorin (’14) came across a business card she had received about a year before from New York City Family Court’s chief administrative judge, Edwina Richardson-Mendelson (’88). As a first-year student, Nemorin had met the judge at an awards luncheon, after winning a scholarship from the Association of Black Women Attorneys.

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The Changing Landscape of Family Law

April 14, 2014

Although family law was once considered the domain of divorce and custody cases, recent years have seen family law attorneys and judges addressing issues connected to housing, employment, immigration, poverty and more. In this feature, our alumni, students, and faculty explore a broader view of the family law field and its impact on the legal profession and society.

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Reflections From the Legal Academy

April 14, 2014

In October 2013, I delivered a keynote lecture at the Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education Conference on the critique and reform of legal education in the United States. It is a topic on the minds of many law school deans lately.

Thoughts on the changing legal profession and its impact on law schools

Creating a Legal Framework for Union Co-ops

April 14, 2014

Building a movement of economic justice. That’s a big goal for CUNY Law’s Community & Economic Development Clinic (CEDC) and the clients in its worker cooperative docket.

From left: John Whitlow, Carmen Huertas–Noble, Andrew Long (’14) and Chris Adams (’14)

New Report Released on Remedies for Criminalized Trafficking Victims

April 14, 2014

Women who are trafficked into the sex industry face the added threat of criminal prosecution for acts they were forced to commit. Resulting criminal convictions can continue to haunt trafficking survivors, preventing them from rebuilding their lives.

Participants in the February Public Square event, from left: John Temple, New York County District Attorney’s Office Human Trafficking Program; Suzannah Phillips, IWHR Clinic; The Hon. Toko Serita (’89), Queens County Human Trafficking Intervention Court; Sienna Baskin (’07), Sex Workers Project of the Urban Justice Center; Kate Mogulescu, Trafficking Victims Advocacy Project at the Legal Aid Society; and Cindy Soohoo, IWHR clinic.

CUNY Law Welcomes Melanie Hart to CLRN

April 14, 2014

“Hi, I’m Melanie Hart,” says the new director of the Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) and External Affairs with a firm handshake, a broad smile, and seemingly boundless energy. We’re meeting in her office with an expanse of Queens as the backdrop. Hart comes to CUNY Law with a lifelong commitment to public service.

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Madeleine Reese Receives Dean’s Justice Award

April 14, 2014

The spirit of the late CUNY Law professor Rhonda Copelon was palpable at a recent Public Square event honoring international women’s rights advocate Madeleine Rees.

CUNY Law Impact: Tracy Welsh

December 18, 2013

A career as an AIDS advocate began nearly two decades ago for Tracy L. Welsh (’91) when she joined the legal team at Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) as a staff attorney. “In the early years, a lot of my work focused on defending the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS in family cases, housing […]

CUNY Law Impact: Ignacio Jaureguilorda

December 17, 2013

Ignacio Jaureguilorda (’02) went right to work in the HIV/AIDS field in his first job out of law school. He secured a staff attorney position at the AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC) in 2002.

Strengthening Women’s Rights In Haiti

December 16, 2013

Catching up with globe-trotting CUNY Law Professor Lisa Davis (’08) can be a challenge, especially when she’s tracking the progress of long-term projects taken on by the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic (IWHR) and her students.

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