Professor Peter Markowitz Talks to The Hill About the Appointment of Immigration Judges
Professor Kate Shaw Weighs In on SCOTUS Decision to Hear Mississippi Abortion Case
Professor Alex Reinert Discusses Fifth Circuit’s Qualified Immunity Decision with CNN
Professor Laura Cunningham Talks to CNN About the NY Attorney General’s Investigation into Trump’s Tax Returns
Cardozo Students Present Virtually to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Faculty Scholarship & News
- Vice Dean Michael Burstein moderated UC Santa Barbara’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Center Arthur N. Rupe Great Debate, “Taming Titans: How Should We Regulate Big Tech?” on May 18.
- Professor Rebekah Diller co-authored a briefing paper, “Supported Decision-Making: Potential and Challenges for Older Persons,” for the Fourth National Guardianship Summit hosted by Syracuse University College of Law and the Syracuse Law Review.
- Professor Peter Markowitz will be a panelist at the “How Do We Build a More Humane Immigration System?” event, Wednesday, June 9, hosted by Documented and the New York City chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network.
- Associate Dean Ingrid Mattson and Professor Leslie Newman presented “Effective Large & Small Group Research Instruction in the 1L Year with Limited Staffing Resources” at the Empire State Legal Writing Conference on May 14.
- Professor Ngozi Okidegbe will present a keynote, “Discredited Data: Epistemic Violence, Technology, and the Construction of Expertise,” at the Tackling Technology-Facilitated Violence Conference hosted by the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies and the Quality Project on May 25. Okidegbe will also join the Law & Society Association’s Abolitionist Epistemologies Roundtable on May 27.
- Professor Michel Rosenfeld’s book, Habermas on Law and Democracy: Critical Exchanges (Univ. of California Press 1998), which he co-edited and which contains several chapters by Cardozo faculty, is being translated into Chinese and will be published by Zhejiang University Press in China.
See Events at Cardozo for registration information
Tuesday, May 25, at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 1, and 1:30 p.m.
29th Public Service Celebration
Monday, June 8, at 6 p.m.