Cardozo Law News Brief: Dec. 2, 2021

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Cardozo News

Innocence Project Wins Historic Victory, Overturning Conviction of Two Men in Malcolm X Killing


Professor Myriam Gilles Comments on Forced Arbitration in The Washington Post


Professor Pamela Foohey Discusses Johnson & Johnson Chapter 11 Case in Law360


Professor Jessica Roth Comments on the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial in TIME and the Theranos Trial for CNN


Professor Ekow Yankah Focuses on Jury Selection Process on WBEZ’s Reset Podcast


Professor Kate Shaw Comments on ABC News About SCOTUS and Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health


Professor Gabor Rona Writes in Just Security About Torture Evidence


Faculty Scholarship & News

  • Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum wrote a chapter for the book Gender and International Criminal Law, which had a pre-book launch on December 1.
  • Professor Ngozi Okidegbe presented her paper “Discredited Data” at the 2021 Vanderbilt Criminal Justice Roundtable on November 12-13 and will present at Cornell Law’s Tech/Law Colloquium on December 3. She was appointed as a visiting fellow at Yale ISP and her paper, “The Democratizing Potential of Algorithms?,” was reviewed in Jotwell.
  • Professor Deborah Pearlstein will participate in the New York City Bar’s webcast “Protecting Our Constitutional Democracy” on December 15.
  • Professor Alex Reinert briefed New York legislators and their staff on December 1 on legislation pending in New York that would end qualified immunity.
  • Professor Edward Zelinsky submitted a comment to the Department of Labor titled “Comment of Proposed Department of Labor Regulations on ESG Investing, Prudence and Loyalty.”

Events

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Follow the Law, Break the Mold: An Interview with Sarah Feingold, Etsy’s First General Counsel presented by the The FAME Center and the Cardozo Women Alumni Group

Thursday, December 2 at 6:30 p.m.