Cardozo Modifies Curriculum to Address Racism and the Law
Professor Peter Markowitz Appointed Associate Dean of Equity in Curriculum and Teaching
Professor David Rudenstine Comments on the 50th Anniversary of the Pentagon Papers in The New York Times
Professor Deborah Pearlstein Focuses on Facebook and International Human Rights Law in Just Security
CLIHHR Releases New Module on Reparations in Law Teaching Guides Series
Professor Peter Markowitz Analyzes the Impact of Immigration Hearing Delays in The Hill
Professor Alex Reinert Comments on Qualified Immunity in Times Union
Cardozo Mourns the Loss of Judge Robert Katzmann, U.S. Circuit Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Faculty Scholarship & News
Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum wrote a two-part blog post in Opinio Juris—Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Symposium: Conversations under the Rome Statute –Enslavement and Slave Trade,with co-author Patricia Viseur Sellers. Part two is called Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Symposium: Conversations under the Rome Statute–Enslavement and Sexual Slavery.
Professor Deborah Pearlstein will speak at a New York County Lawyers’ Association CLE panel on June 17.
- Professor David Rudenstine will speak on a panel on June 15 titled “Fifty Years After the Pentagon Papers” sponsored by the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.
- Professor Tony Sebok gave a talk titled “Consumer Litigation Funding: The Basics, Current Regulatory, Ethical, and Confidentiality Issues” at the 46th ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility on June 3.