Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Cardozo’s Criminal Defense Clinic won a commuted sentence for N.Y. Man serving one of the longest prison terms under the Rockefeller Drug Laws.
Professor Alexander Reinert, co-counsel in federal lawsuit, won a historic settlement over solitary confinement for pre-trial detainees at Rikers Island. The story of the $53-million settlement was covered in The New York Times, Daily News and on NY1.
Professor Anthony Sebok was quoted in The New York Times on the ethics of the billionaire founder of LinkedIn funding a lawsuit against Trump.
Professor Michael Pollack told Vox why fighting a Homeowners Association might just be a losing battle.
Professor Jessica Roth appeared on Bloomberg to discuss the Trump indictment.
Professor Saurabh Vishnubhakat was quoted in Bloomberg Law about internet counterfeiters appearing in a Chicago court.
Professor Edward Zelinsky penned a piece for TaxNotes on Biden's proposals on private foundations.
Visiting Professor Gaia Bernstein spoke about her new book, ‘Unwired,’ to Bloomberg Businessweek Podcast. She also spoke to Tech Policy Press about it on April 2
Faculty Scholarship & News
Visiting Professor Gaia Bernstein discussed her book, “Unwired,” at Harvard University on April 13.
Professor Pamela Foohey presented a chapter from her in-progress book, “Debt’s Grip: Risk and Consumer Bankruptcy” at Northeastern University School of Law as part of its faculty colloquia series on April 5. On April 21, she discussed her research focusing on household debt as part of the “K-COVID2: Predictions about the Recent Past” panel during the Contract Law in Action: COVID and the Casebook conference hosted by Temple University Beasley School of Law and the University of Wisconsin Law School. On April 22, Foohey will present her research from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project as part of the “A Bankruptcy Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight: The Juxtaposition of Failing Health Care Systems with Consumer Patients Driven into Bankruptcy by Medical Debt” during the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Annual Spring Meeting.
Professor Young Ran (Christine) Kim presented her paper, “Taxing the Metaverse,” forthcoming in the Georgetown Law Journal, at the Michigan State University College of Law Faculty Workshop on April 10. She also presented it at the UC Irvine Law Tax Symposium on April 17.
Professor Richard Weisberg co-organized and spoke at “The '4-D's: A Critical Appraisal of Legal Education” conference at the University of Pittsburgh on April 20-21.