Undergraduates will not be receiving access to the Wi-Fi network in the Arthur W. Diamond Law Library any time soon, despite the Engineering Student Council’s effort to change this policy.
University President Lee Bollinger announced the 12 members of a search committee charged with finding a replacement for Law School Dean David Schizer on Monday.
While student leaders criticized the lack of transparency in the merger, students and faculty are seeking to make the best of an unexpected situation.
Use language to include rather than to exclude.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case concerning affirmative action at universities, putting the landmark 2003 decision in Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger at risk of being overturned.
The bill has created larger financial burdens for Law and Business students but left SIPA and TC veterans relatively unscathed.
A year after he spoke at Columbia College Class Day, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is returning to Morningside to speak at the Law School graduation.
On Thursday, the Sonia Sotomayor was confirmed as the 111th Supreme Court justice by the Senate in a 68-31 victory. Stay tuned for updates.
Federal appeals judge Sonia Sotomayor—a lecturer at Columbia Law School—made history when President Barack Obama, CC ’83, announced Tuesday morning that he will nominate her to the Supreme Court, making her the nation’s first Hispanic justice.
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