Jun 29, 2018

The first Cardozo clinic won his appeal. The second Cardozo clinic convinced the jury in a two-week-long retrial that he was not guilty. Now that their client is finally out of prison, a third Cardozo clinic is fighting to adjust his immigration status in order to keep him in the country with his wife and family.


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Feb 7, 2019

Professor Betsy Ginsberg and Professor Alex Reinert co-authored an op-ed in the Daily News, focusing on the deplorable living conditions at Metropolitan Detention Center and the problems plaguing prisons across the nation.

Feb 7, 2019

Professor Betsy Ginsberg spoke with NBC News and MSNBC's All in with Chris Hayes, to discuss the inhumane living conditions at Metropolitan Detention Center in Brookyn.

Feb 1, 2019

Professor Jessica Roth appeared on MSNBC on January 25 and January 31, discussing the Mueller investigation, Russian hacking and the Roger Stone indictment.

Click here to view the Jan. 25 appearance and click here for Jan. 31.

Jan 25, 2019

Professor Jessica Roth appeared on MSNBC's Live with Hallie Jackson on January 24, discussing President Trump's recent statements and actions. Roth, a former federal prosecutor, said there is a "very strong case to be made that [President Trump's actions] constitute illegal witness intimidation under the federal obstruction of justice statute."

Click here to see the complete interview.

Jan 18, 2019

Dean Melanie Leslie is quoted in the Los Angeles Times, regarding former CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves and his fight against CBS' decision to strip him of his $120-million severance package after he was forced out last year amid an escalating sexual harassment scandal.

Dean Leslie said, “You used to see companies make a decision based on: ‘How do we make this go away?' There’s been a cultural shift. Allowing Moonves to walk away with $120 million would be tone-deaf."

Dec 19, 2018

Professor Jessica Roth spoke with PBS NewsHour about the delay in former national security adviser Michael Flynn's sentencing so he could extend his cooperation with federal prosecutors. “Testifying is significant,” Roth said. “Merely providing information to get an indictment is one thing. It’s even more assistance to prosecutors [to be] a witness.”

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