Jan 19, 2018

Not many Hollywood films are made immediately in response to the outcome of a presidential election. But that is what Steven Spielberg and Amy Pascal have done. They made the film The Post in response to President Donald Trump’s intense, repetitive, and vicious attacks on the legitimacy of the American press.

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Feb 2, 2018

The memo asserts the FBI relied on a "so-called dossier commissioned by a Washington research firm working for the Democratic Party." But Professor Deborah Pearlstein says the the court would require more documentation than what the dossier provides.

Feb 1, 2018

Professor Charles Yablon gave a series of talks in Hong Kong on various aspects of corporate law during the past week.

Feb 1, 2018

Professor Aaron Wright was quoted in Crain's New York Business, The Washington Post, and also participated in the podcast series "Unprecedented" on law.com.

Jan 31, 2018

January 31, 2018 - Professor Ekow Yankah was live with The New York Times on Facebook to speak to the differences between the current response to the opioid epidemic that has affected white communities and the treatment of black communities affected by the crack epidemic in the 1980s. 

View the Facebook live video. 

Jan 26, 2018

January 26, 2018 - Cardozo’s Center for Public Service Law is an integral part of the community at the law school, and this year’s Public Service Law Week (P*LAW) was filled with sessions and speakers embodying the spirit of public service.

P*LAW is a weeklong intensive that takes place each year as part of January Lawyering Skills Month. Approximately 100 students participate as legal practitioners, and community advocates and organizers address important issues such as youth representation, prisoners’ rights, immigration and environmental law. 

Jan 26, 2018

January 26, 2018 - Professor Christopher Buccafusco will present his paper Intelligent Design at Harvard's Law and Economics Seminar on Tuesday, January 30. Professor Buccafusco co-authored the paper along with Mark A. Lemley of Stanford Law School and Jonathan S. Masur of the University of Chicago Law School.

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