Feb 26, 2016

Cardozo Law students Anthony Faranda ’16, Dara Gell ’16 and Sophia Gurulé ’17 traveled to Boston on Friday, February 19, where Gurulé argued a summary judgment motion at the U.S. District Court on behalf of the Immigration Justice Clinic's client. The three represent the client under the supervision of clinical teaching fellow Andrea Sáenz.


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Mar 29, 2016

PBS NewsHour - Faced with a rising national wave of opioid addiction and its consequences, families, law enforcement and political leaders around the nation are linking arms to save souls. But 30 years ago, it was a different story. Ekow Yankah, a Cardozo School of Law professor, reflects on how race affects our national response to drug abuse.

Mar 28, 2016

It is estimated that three out of every five people in civil cases go to court without a lawyer. David Udell, the executive director of the National Center for Access to Justice joins Bob Herbert to discuss these widespread challenges and some possible solutions.

Mar 24, 2016

Bloomberg - “The fact that none of the counsel for other defendants moved to disqualify them is very telling in light of what the judge said in that paragraph,” said Lester Brickman, a professor at Cardozo Law School in New York.

Mar 20, 2016

Washington Times - But Marci Hamilton, professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, said the nuns face an uphill battle, arguing they are not being asked to violate their religious beliefs by allowing their employees access to contraception.

Mar 19, 2016

I've made most of the same arguments they made in past columns, so I'll focus this time on some of the comments from Marci Hamilton, an expert on constitutional law and a powerful advocate for extending or eliminating statutes of limitations in these cases.

Mar 18, 2016

The hearing was largely devoted to so-called “Chevron deference,” named for a famous 1984 Supreme Court decision holding that courts should accept any reasonable agency interpretation of an ambiguous statute.

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