Jun 16, 2016

Dean Melanie Leslie’s paper in issue 31 of the Wisconsin Law Review (2000), “The Costs of Confidentiality and the Purpose of Privilege,” was cited by the New York Court of Appeals in its June 9, 2016 decision concerning Ambac Assur. Corp. v Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.


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Mar 9, 2016

Civil Rights Clinic students prevailed on March 4, 2016 in their argument before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on behalf of their client, a prisoner whose civil rights action seeks appropriate medical treatment.

Mar 9, 2016

New York Law Journal - Instead of condemning or celebrating the Liang verdict, we would be better served by learning how to have the challenging conversation about racial inequality in policing and the criminal justice system that the Liang case demands.

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.

Feb 18, 2016

On Monday, February 22, Benjamin Seibel ’16 and John Ludwig ’17 will argue their client’s appeal before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Feb 17, 2016

Public Radio International - Andrea Sáenz, a fellow at the Cardozo School of Law immigration clinic in New York, lists some of these cases for the Crimmigration blog. “Immigrants both documented and undocumented have benefited from Scalia's votes on how to analyze prior criminal convictions in deportation proceedings,” she explains in an email. “For example, he repeatedly voted that the immigration laws do not allow the government to use very minor drug offenses to condemn noncitizens to mandatory deportation.”

Feb 11, 2016

Under the agreement, student participants of the clinic will review the evolution of these concepts and their legal implications, and share their results with ICTJ, an international organization that works in countries seeking to address legacies of mass human rights violations.

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