Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Professor Jessica Roth appeared on Bloomberg's Balance of Power to discuss former president Trump's claim that he has immunity from prosecution.
Faculty Scholarship & News
Professor Pamela Foohey discussed two in-progress books on the Creditors’ and Debtors’ Rights Section panel Research Methods in Bankruptcy at the AALS 2024 Annual Meeting. She also presented a portion of one of those manuscripts, Forgive Us Our Debts: How Churches Use Bankruptcy As a Site of Resistance, forthcoming with University of Chicago Press, on the Remedies Section’s Works-in-Progress panel and organized the Law Professors with Disabilities and Allies Section’s Junior Scholars Works-in-Progress Program.
Professor Burton Lipshie led a panel discussion on New York Civil Practice at the New York State Judicial Institute training program for newly elected state court judges on January 9.
Professor Michael Pollack spoke on a panel about “The Crisis in the Courts” as part of The New Republic's America in Crisis event at the Museum of Modern Art on January 17.
Professor Gabor Rona appeared on The Lawfare Podcast on January 4 to discuss the Israel-Hamas conflict and the law of war.
Professor Emeritus Richard Weisberg will teach a class at the Brandeis Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on “Shakespeare Sides With Shylock: A Close Look at The Merchant Of Venice” from February 28 through March 27.