Shelley Mayer

Shelley Mayer has traded her Morningside Heights office for a seat in Albany.

A fresh look at the evidence used to convict and justify the execution of Carlos DeLuna more than 20 years ago reveals that there is more to his story than meets the eye:

Susan Sturm Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University

Professor Susan Sturm’s path to the law wound through work she did long before she got to law school—in the Head Start program, at a school for disabled kids and in a foster home.

Professor Richard Gardner reports to former President Bill Clinton on his work as U.S. ambassador to Spain. Gardner held that position from 1993 to 1997.

More Than 100 Former Students Will Return to Columbia for a Conference in Honor of Professor Richard Gardner as He Preprares to Retire After Six Decades

Tim Wu was invited to serve as senior adviser for the Federal Trade Commission.

In the year that Law School Professor Tim Wu spent at the Federal Trade Commission, the debate over Internet issues only grew louder and more urgent, with, for example, the announcement of an antitrust investigation of Google and the government’s first major privacy settlement with Faceboo

Gillian Metzger, Katherine Franke, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ginsburg’s cousin Jacqueline Schonbrun, and Abbe Gluck (left to right).

Columbia Law School’s Center for Gender and Sexuality Law welcomed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59 to a conference in her honor on Feb. 10.


Robert L. Carter

Image credit: Dustin Ross

President Lee C. Bollinger’s Statement on the Recent Death of Judge Robert L. Carter

Professor Nathaniel Persily’s new course on redistricting endeavors to train students in the complicated, nuanced, and exceedingly complex practice of drawing nonpartisan congressional district lines.

Soon after Columbia Law School emptied out at the end of the spring semester, its Jerome L. Greene Hall filled up with representatives of some of the world’s most remote island nations.