Professor Chris Buccafusco Talks to Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal about Katy Perry Copyright Case

Professor Chris Buccafusco spoke to Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal about the Katy Perry copyright case. He said in Rolling Stone, "The world of musical composition is not that broad, and it’s certainly not that broad when it comes to things like bass lines. Most musicians are working in a finite innovation space.

Professor Sam Weinstein Comments on T-Mobile/Sprint Merger in NY Times and Wall Street Journal

Professor Sam Weinstein was quoted in The New York Times regarding the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. “There is a lot of criticism of the agencies that they are not doing enough about big tech and this is a way to respond to that criticism," he said.

Cardozo Alumni Speak out in Vice For Immigrants' Rights

Following an announcement from the Department of Justice that interpreters are being taken out of immigration courts due to budget constraints, Cardozo alumni are speaking out against this violation of immigrants' rights.

Professor Michelle Adams Discusses Milliken vs. Bradley on NPR and Integrated Schools

On the 45th anniversary of Millken vs. Bradley, Professor Michelle Adams spoke to NPR and was a guest on The Integrated Schools podcast. She told NPR, "The story was the story of American apartheid."

Professor Myriam Gilles Comments on Forced Arbitration in Kiplinger's

Chase is the latest corporate entity to impose mandatory arbitration policies on its cardholders. Professor Myriam Gilles commented in Kiplinger's that in a settlement several years ago some issuers entered a moratorium on arbitration clauses, but that has since expired, and "attorneys would be hard-pressed to pull together a class action with the consumers who do opt out." Read the article.
 

The Laws of Style features Professor Barbara Kolsun

 
Adjunct Professor and attorney Douglas Hand spoke with Cardozo professor and FAME Center director, Barbara Kolsun, about their upcoming fashion law casebook published by Carolina Press, Cardozo's FAME program and much more. Watch the latest episode of The Laws of Style.

Professor Ekow Yankah Quoted in The Hill and Bloomberg Law

Curtis Flowers, tried six times for the same crime by the same local prosecutor, won his SCOTUS case on race discrimination in jury selection. Professor Ekow Yankah commented to Bloomberg Law, "It’s clearly a step forward...but when the court "goes out of its way to say this is an extraordinary case, that’s a discouraging signal.”
 

Professor Kate Shaw's Interview with Justice Stevens Published on SCOTUSblog

Justice John Paul Stevens sat down with Professor Kate Shaw for a telephone interview, marking the recent publication of his memoir, “The Making of a Justice: Reflections on My First 94 Years.”

Read the complete interview here.

Professor Deborah Pearlstein Authors Article in Harvard National Security Journal

Professor Deborah Pearlstein's article in the Spring 2019 edition of the Harvard National Security Journal, "Getting Past the Imperial Presidency," explores ideas about what Pearlstein calls "redesigning our approach to the empirical study of executive branch decision-making. And it suggests we may need to rethink what mechanisms may most effectively constrain the 'imperial presidency' in the years ahead."