Format: 2015-10
Jul 15, 2015

Fast Company - New Yorker Carlos de Santiago already has a plan to prevent food from going to waste. It doesn't require a law, and it could even save you money. De Santiago and four colleagues are developing an online service, called BuyMeBy, which allows stores to publish discounts on items that are approaching their expiration date.

Jul 14, 2015

Michael Herz on King v. Burwell and the Affordable Care Act

In this episode of Bench Marks, Cardozo's Professor Michael Herz discusses the United States Supreme Court ruling on King v. Burwell, and the impact it has on the Affordable Care Act.

Jul 8, 2015

The Huffington Post - There's just one legal aid lawyer for every 8,893 low-income Americans who qualify for legal aid, according to the Justice Index, a project of the National Center for Access to Justice at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

Jul 8, 2015

Wall Street Journal - “There is no good reason for the Supreme Court to address this issue,” said Marci Hamilton, a lawyer representing a committee of alleged victims in the archdiocese’s bankruptcy. “In essence, they’re tilting at windmills.”

Jul 8, 2015

NPR - Cosby's admissions in the now-public deposition give new validation to those claims, Cardozo Law School professor Marci Hamilton tells NPR's Here & Now.

Jul 6, 2015

OUPblog - The recent news about charitable contributions in the United States has been encouraging. The Giving Pledge, sponsored by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, Jr., recently announced that another group of billionaires committed to leave a majority of their wealth to charity.

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