Cardozo Law News Brief: June 23, 2022

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Cardozo News

Professor Kate Shaw Authors Op-Ed in The Atlantic on the January 6 Insurrection and Problems with the Electoral College. (She also spoke with ABC News about the hearings and with Politico about Roe v. Wade.)

Professor Deborah Pearlstein, on ABC and CBS News, Discusses the Jan. 6 Hearings. (She also spoke to CBS News about the hearings and about the SCOTUS docket.)

Cardozo Launches New Anti-Racist DEI Curricular Resources for Faculty

Rising 3L Student Jenna Rackerby Profiled in The New York Environmental Lawyer

CLIHHR Releases Reasonable Person Standard Module for Inclusion in Law Teaching Guides Project

Professor Matthew Wansley Talks to The New York Times about Self-Driving Cars and Crash Data

Faculty Scholarship & News

  • Professor Pamela Foohey’s blog post, “Bankruptcy as Social Safety Net,” was published on Law and Political Economy.
  • Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum’s article, “Disaggregating Slavery and the Slave Trade,” was published in the Florida International University Law Review.
  • Professor Edward Zelinsky’s article, “How Should Congress Respond to Jarvis? The Case for Letting States Experiment With Private Sector Retirement Savings Plans,” was featured on TaxProf Blog and NAPA.


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