In The News
USA Today on the Focus on George Floyd’s Drug Addiction in Chauvin Trial
Yankah also joined WBEZ’s Reset Podcast to discuss criminal justice reform in light of the Chauvin trial.
Professor Kate Levine Assesses Impact of Video Footage in Chauvin Trial in The Washington Post
Billboard Taps Ten Alumni to Top Music Lawyers 2021 List
Professor Chris Buccafusco Joins NPR’s Marketplace to Discuss Google v. Oracle
Professor Kathryn Miller wrote an op-ed in City and State, arguing that “although virtual court has its drawbacks, it should remain an option until everyone has an opportunity to be vaccinated.”
Associate Dean Van Myteberi told LLM Guide that in-house counsel “play a more sophisticated role in businesses, counseling executives in strategic meetings and pre-empting problems to inform decisions.”
Professor Alex Reinert will discuss qualified immunity on a panel at the Loyola University of Chicago Law Review’s annual symposium today, April 9, at 1:50 p.m. Reinert will also speak at “Unpacking Iqbal” on April 15.
Professor Ed Zelinsky spoke to AP about bllionaire donors, noting “some donor-advised funds…are committed to timely and ongoing distribution of their resources. But others are not.”
Faculty News & Scholarship
- Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum’s article “Disaggregating Slavery and the Slave Trade” has been published on SSRN and is forthcoming in the Florida International University Law Review.
- Professor Ngozi Okidegbe will present “When They Hear Us: Race, Criminal Reform, and the Democratizing Potential of Algorithms” at the University of Ottawa on April 14.
- Professor Richard Weisberg spoke at the “Sovereignty, Humanity, and Law” conference at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law on April 8-9.
- Adjunct Professor Victor Wang will present at the Harlem Community Development Corporation’s webinar, Patents for Startups and Beyond, on April 21.
See Events at Cardozo for registration information
- 100 Days of Dissent: Unpacking the Ongoing Indian Farmers’ Protests • Monday, April 12, at Noon
- Advertising Law Symposium • Monday, April 12, at 2 p.m. • Presented by FAME, Entertainment Law Society and Fashion Law Society
- Framing Britney Spears, Adult Guardianship and an Artist’s Control over Her Work • Monday, April 12, at 6:30 p.m. • Presented by Bet Tzedek Civil Litigation Clinic, FAME, and Filmmakers Legal Clinic
- Dean’s Speaker Series: A Conversation with Bess Chiu ’09, Chief of Staff, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor of New York City • Wednesday, April 14, at 12 p.m.
- Cardozo Law Review: Life of a Note • Wednesday, April 14 at 3:30 p.m. • Learn what it means to write a Note for one of Cardozo’s journals
- Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate • Wednesday, April 14 at 4:30 p.m. • Presented by Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy