Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Professor Michael Herz spoke to Vox about New Jersey's lawsuit challenging NYC congestion pricing.
Professor David Rudenstine and Professor Kate Shaw appeared in a documentary about Floyd Abrams, a prominent First Amendment lawyer.
Faculty Scholarship & News
Professor Pamela Foohey presented portions of her co-authored book-in-progress, Debt’s Grip: Risk and Consumer Bankruptcy, forthcoming in University of California Press, as part of the University of Minnesota Law School’s faculty works-in-progress series. She also filed an amicus brief on September 8 with a group of law professors in support of the United States Trustee in the appeal before the Third Circuit in the FTX Trading Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum will speak on the panel “Customary International Law & Beyond: What Is Its Unique Role In Facilitating Global Cooperation?” on October 21 at Fordham University School of Law.
Professor Young Ran (Christine) Kim presented her paper, Taxing the Metaverse, at the New York University School of Law Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium. She also presented it at the Davis Polk & Wardwell Tax Policy Colloquium at Columbia University. She also spoke on a webinar hosted by the European Law Institute about taxation and digital assets on September 22.
Professor Alex Reinert accepted an invitation to serve as one of the Advisers to The American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law, Constitutional Torts project.
University Professor Michel Rosenfeld spoke to the International Association of Constitutional Law blog about his book A Pluralist Theory of Constitutional Justice.
Professor Victor Wang spoke at a workshop on Patent Basics — For Entrepreneurs and Beyond, presented by Start Small Think Big, the Harlem Community Development Corporation, NYC Department of Small Business Services and Cardozo's Patent Diversity Project.