Apr 26, 2018

Cardozo's job numbers place the law school 3rd in New York City.


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Jun 14, 2018

Impeachment and Presidential Rhetoric

By Kate Shaw

June 14, 2018 Take Care - There’s much to say about To End a Presidency, Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz’s careful, nuanced, and engaging new study of impeachment. The book manages, in a relatively short text, to cover the history, mechanics, promise, and perils of impeachment, without glossing over the significant complexities presented by this awesome constitutional power.

Jun 11, 2018

Sebok, with Ronen Avraham of the University of Texas School of Law, conducted the first large-scale empirical study of the industry. They reviewed more than 100,000 applications submitted by individual litigants to one of the nation's largest consumer litigation finance companies.

Jun 11, 2018

Professor Julie Suk was interviewed by Texas Standard, regarding Illinois being the 37th state to ratify the ERA, making it one state shy of potentially becoming an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Many argue that this is not possible due to a ratification deadline that expired in 1982. But Suk thinks there's still a chance.

"I do think there will be a consitutional showdown over this, " Suk said. "Many people believe the deadline wasn't valid."

Jun 11, 2018

Professor Anthony Sebok was quoted in The New York Law Journal regarding third-party litigation financing, which is getting closer examination in New York, where lawmakers are pushing to regulate an industry in which companies have been accused of charging unreasonably high fees and interest rates. 

"Litigation funding has been available for consumers for about two decades, though the sector hasn’t 'exploded' in use like litigation funding for corporations," Sebok said.

Jun 8, 2018

June 5, 2018 - Professor Kate Shaw wrote an op-ed in The New York Times, focusing on the Supreme Court's ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker named Jack Phillips who, on religious grounds, had refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.

Jun 4, 2018

Although it’s hard not to let the news cycle completely overtake Friday’s release of the opinion of the Office of Legal Counsel on the constitutionality of the April airstrikes on Syria, the upcoming summit on North Korea, and the Administration’s apparent radical rethinking of Iran’s future post-JCPOA, makes it important not to let it go just yet.

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