Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Professor Matthew Wansley spoke to The New York Times on regulations for self-driving cars.
Professor Pamela Foohey spoke to Law360 on the costs of executing a Texas Two-Step bankruptcy strategy.
Professor Edward Zelinsky discussed the costs and benefits of Connecticut’s retirement program with the Connecticut Inside Investigator.
Faculty Scholarship & News
Professor Young Ran (Christine) Kim will present her paper, “State Digital Services Taxes: A Good and Permissible Idea (Despite What You Might Have Heard)” at the Advanced Topics in Taxation Colloquium at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law on February 22.
Professor Lindsay Nash testified before the New York City Council in support of a bill to create a private right of action for violations of the city’s “sanctuary laws.” The bill was first proposed in a white paper drafted by Cardozo students.
Professor Andrea Kupfer Schneider published a new edition of her book Creating the Musée d'Orsay: The Politics of Culture in France. Her article “Remote Justice & Domestic Violence: Process Pluralism Lessons from the Pandemic” was published by Stetson Law Review.