2009 Archives

Filing 2009 Taxes
Clinical Associate Professor Elizabeth Maresca on Wall Street Journal Radio, December 31, 2009
For Geithner, Year of Living Dangerously
Professor Richard Carnell in American Banker, December 30, 2009
Mentally Ill Man Executed In China
Professor Deborah Denno on PalTalk News Network, December 29, 2009
Goldman Brazilian Nightmare Over: Father and Son Finally Reunited
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, December 25, 2009
Father Wins Brazil Custody Battle
Professor Leah Hill on ABC's Good Morning America, December 23, 2009
Securities Arbitration Clinic Aids Small Investors
Securities Arbitration Clinic on Dan Rather Reports, December 16, 2009
The Shame of 38
Professor Sonia Katyal in The National Law Journal, December 14, 2009
Senate Panel OKs Chin To Join 2nd Circ.
Professor Paul Radvany in Law360, December 11, 2009
Three Bronx Supreme Court judges to retire
Alumnus Paul Victor '59 in YourNabe.com, December 10, 2009
New execution method unlikely to gain traction in California
Professor Deborah Denno in The LA Times, December 9, 2009
A Class for Change
Adjunct Professor Silvia Hodges in The Am Law Daily, December 9, 2009
Law & Order Honoree
Alumnus Robert K. Holdman '91 in The Irish Echo, December 9, 2009
Ohio's Perverse First Place
Professor Deborah Denno in The Huffington Post, December 9, 2009
David Mamet's Race Against the Cultural Clock
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, December 9, 2009
More Reservations About Native American Mascots
Professor Sonia Katyal in Above the Law, December 9, 2009
Ohio executes inmate with one-drug injection
Professor Deborah Denno in The Associated Press, December 8, 2009
Ohio becomes the first US state to execute a prisoner using a single drug
Professor Deborah Denno in The Guardian, December 8, 2009
With New Method, Ohio Resumes Executions
Professor Deborah Denno in The New York Times, December 8, 2009
Ohio executes inmate with untried injection method
Professor Deborah Denno in Reuters, December 8, 2009
Witnesses summoned to view execution
Professor Deborah Denno in The Columbus Dispatch, December 8, 2009
New Execution Method Is Used in Ohio
Professor Deborah Denno in The New York Times, December 8, 2009
Legal questions remain over Ohio's lethal injection process
Professor Deborah Denno in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 8, 2009
The Fight Over the Redskins Trademark and Other Racialized Symbols
Professor Sonia Katyal in Findlaw, December 7, 2009
An American way of death
Professor Deborah Denno in The Guardian, December 7, 2009
Experts: 5th trial would be uphill battle
Professor James Cohen in Newsday, December 3, 2009
White House Party Crashers
Professor James Cohen on Channel 9, December 2, 2009
Supreme Court to hear Florida beach property rights dispute
Dean William Michael Treanor in The LA Times, December 2, 2009
GLBT Lawyers Continue March Toward Equality
PIRC Director Andrew Chapin in NALP Bulletin, December 1, 2009
Ohio's execution of Kenneth Biros an experiment on involuntary human subject
Fordham Urban Law Journal in Jurist, December 1, 2009
Papal Correspondence
Professor Amy Uelmen in America Magazine, November 30, 2009
Rajaratnam Denies Insider Charges
Professor Daniel Capra in New York Times, November 24, 2009
Rajaratnam Slams Wiretaps, Cites Analysts in Defense
Professor James Cohen in Bloomberg, November 24, 2009
Pfizer faces $103 million in Prempro damages
Professor Howard M. Erichson in The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 24, 2009
Tevye From Fiddler Back With Bikel
Lecturer Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, November 23, 2009
"The Differential Treatment of Medical Devices and Drugs in Preemption Doctrine: A Justified Distinction?"
Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky in Torts Prof Blog, November 23, 2009
A Platform for Terrorists
Professor Annemarie McAvoy on Fox News, November 23, 2009
Giuliani for Senate?
Forum on Law, Culture & Society on NBC, November 20, 2009
Joe Prebul Trial Starts Monday Morning
Professor Maurice Sercarz in The Chattanoogan.com, November 20, 2009
Judith Kaye Honored at Brooklyn Legal Services Gala
Professor John Feerick in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, November 20, 2009
Personal Notes on Lawyers
Professor Daniel J. Capra in New York Law Journal, November 19, 2009
9/11 trial a death penalty test for NYC juries
Professor James Cohen in The Associated Press, November 19, 2009
Holder Defends KSM Trial Locale
Professor James Cohen on The Takeaway, November 19, 2009
What Could Holder Possibly Be Thinking?
Professor Annemarie McAvoy on Fox News, November 18, 2009
Worse Than War
Lecturer Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, November 17, 2009
'Private' info abounds on Web
Professor Joel Reidenberg on CNN, November 17, 2009
Ohio argues that legal challenges to lethal injection moot with switch to just 1 drug
Professor Deborah Denno in The Star Tribune, November 14, 2009
Fort Hood: If Nidal Malik Hasan talks, will he live?
Professor Annemarie McAvoy in The Christian Science Monitor, November 14, 2009
US jails set to empty as states reduce deficits
John Pfaff in The Financial Times, November 14, 2009
Ohio to switch to 1 drug for lethal injection
Professor Deborah Denno in The Associated Press, November 13, 2009
With Few Strong Cases, Government Rushes Toward Plea Deals for Guantanamo Detainees
Professor James Cohen in ProPublica, November 13, 2009
Ohio Is First to Change to One Drug in Executions
Professor Deborah Denno in The New York Times, November 13, 2009
Defense nominee won't reveal potential conflicts
Professor Bruce Green in The Washington Times, November 10, 2009
10 Years On, GLB Reform Was Wasted Opportunity
Professor Richard Carnell in Insurance Networking News, November 10, 2009
Why Health Reform Will Be a Danger to Passive Patients
Professor Joel Reidenberg in U.S. News & World Report, November 9, 2009
Goldstone and Gaza
Visiting Professor Richard Goldstone in The New York Times, November 5, 2009
House Passes Gaza Measure After Dueling Critiques
Visiting Professor Richard Goldstone in The New York Times, November 3, 2009
Goldstone v. Ros-Lehtinen and Berman
Visiting Professor Richard Goldstone in JTA, October 30, 2009
States mismanage student information, study concludes
Professor Joel Reidenberg in The Washington Post, October 28, 2009
Privacy-intrusive K-12 data collection may be extended to college students
Professor Joel Reidenberg in U.S. PIRG Consumer Blog, October 28, 2009
Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to Speak at Fordham Law
Corporate Law Center in John Lothian Newsletter, October 27, 2009
Is the Fed's New Regulator Tough Enough?
Professor Richard Carnell in Reuters, October 23, 2009
Doctors in the Death Chamber?
Professor Deborah Denno in The Daily Beast, October 23, 2009
The strong case against Raj Rajaratnam
Paul Radvany in Fortune, October 23, 2009
Legal Themes Dominate the Lineup at Fordham’s Annual Film Festival
Professor Thane Rosenbaum in The New York Law Journal, October 21, 2009
Evening the Score in Afghanistan
Professor Thane Rosenbaum in The Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2009
Big Apple Circus Returns to the Big Apple
Professor Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, October 20, 2009
First Paxil lawsuit in plaintiff's favor
Professor Howard Erichson in Philadelphia Inquirer, October 18, 2009
Lethal Injection Draws Scrutiny in Some States
Professor Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2009
Brain science starting to impact varied fields
Professor Deborah Denno in Reuters, October 15, 2009
Fed Is Split Over Timing of Rate Rise
Corporate Law Center in The New York Times, October 9, 2009
Ask the economists: Obama's regulatory plan
Professor Richard Carnell in CNN Money, October 8, 2009
Goldstone: ‘If This Was a Court Of Law, There Would Have Been Nothing Proven.’
Visiting Professor Richard Goldstone in The Forward, October 7, 2009
FTC Crackdown on Bloggers
Professor Joel Reidenberg on CNBC, October 6, 2009
Wall Street faces day of reckoning over Bear Stearns
Paul Radvany in The Telegraph (UK), October 3, 2009
Charles J. Hynes: Jail Breaker
Adjunct Professor Charles Hynes in Legal Rebels, September 28, 2009
Is a second execution effort cruel?
Professor Deborah Denno in The Los Angeles Times, September 19, 2009
Inquiry Finds Gaza War Crimes From Both Sides
Visiting Professor Richard Goldstone in The New York Times, September 15, 2009
Justice Stevens' hiring at high court slows
Professor Abner Greene in Sify News, September 5, 2009
Justice Stevens Planning to Retire Next Year?
Professor Abner S. Greene in Associated Press, September 2, 2009
Justice Stevens slows his hiring at high court
Professor Abner Greene in Guardian Weekly, September 2, 2009
Let Gov. Deval Patrick fill Ted Kennedy's Senate seat
Adjunct Professor Jerry H. Goldfeder in New York Daily News, September 1, 2009
Lawyer, reference librarian deals in Forest Hills
Adjunct Professor Jorene Robbie in BlockShopper Queens, September 1, 2009
Two Prisoners Regain Freedom After 16 Years On Remand
The Leitner Center in Graphic Ghana, August 28, 2009
Model plans to sue blogger
Professor Joel Reidenberg on ABC, August 20, 2009
EXPERTS: NO CLOAK FOR 'NET DAGGERS
Joel Reidenberg in New York Post, August 19, 2009
Hacking case shows U.S. vulnerability to breaches
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, August 18, 2009
Death Row Prisoner Wins Hearing
Professor Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, August 18, 2009
Westchester Adds Housing to Desegregation Pact
Adjunct Professor Craig Gurian in New York Times, August 11, 2009
Justice Tempered With Murphy
Dean William Michael Treanor in Forbes, August 6, 2009
Complex legal issues a legacy of Taconic crash
Professor Jim Cohen in Newsday, August 5, 2009
Can Obama Make You Buy Health Insurance?
Dean William Michael Treanor in Slate, August 4, 2009
Torture and the Rule of Law
Dean Michael William Treanor in America Magazine, August 3, 2009
Burress's legal Hail Mary Pass Falls Short
James Cohen in Christian Science Monitor, August 3, 2009
Burress's legal Hail mary pass falls short
James Cohen in Christian Science Monitor, August 3, 2009
Legal Obligations
Dean William Michael Treanor in America Magazine, August 3, 2009
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
Alumnus Benjamin Tucker '81 in www.whitehouse.gov, July 28, 2009
Tax Court Judge Patrick DeAlmeida Named Presiding Judge Will Succeed Retiring Judge Joseph C. Small
Alumnus Patrick DeAlmeida in NJ Courts Online, July 28, 2009
Law professor: Plaxico Burress might get off easier if he weren't a celebrity
James A. Cohen in USA Today Sports, July 28, 2009
When Debtors Decide to Default
Corey Calabrese in The New York Times, July 26, 2009
Is The Credit System Broken?
Corey Calabrese in Wall Street Pit, July 26, 2009
Judge Me by my Life Story. Sonia Woos Panel with Personal Tales of N.Y.
Abner S. Greene in Daily News Washington Bureau, July 15, 2009
Is 150 Years Appropriate, or Just Silly?
James (Jim) Cohen in New York Times, July 3, 2009
Pro Beach Volleyball in Coney Island
Thane Rosenbaum in Hufftington Post, July 3, 2009
Career Path Assessments
Constantine N. Katsoris in U.S. News and World Report, July 1, 2009
In the Courtroom: Torment and Dante’s Hell
Thane Rosenbaum in Forward, July 1, 2009
Supreme Court Finds Bias Against White Firefighters
Sheila Foster in New York Times, June 30, 2009
Tuesday Newspaper Review - Irish Business News and International Stories
James (Jim) Cohen in Finfacts, June 30, 2009
Madoff Is Sentenced to 150 Years for Ponzi Scheme
James A. Cohen in New York Times, June 29, 2009
How a Loophole Benefits General Electric in Bank Rescue
Richard Carnell in Washington Post, June 29, 2009
Swindler Madoff Sentenced to 150 years
Paul Radvany in The San Francisco Sentinel, June 29, 2009
The "New Haven 20": Supreme Court rules for firefighters
Sheila Foster in Examiner, June 29, 2009
Madoff can expect de facto life term at sentencing
Paul Radvany in The Economic Times, June 29, 2009
Madoff faces sentencing in court
Paul Radvany in BBC News, June 29, 2009
'Evil' Madoff Gets 150 Years in Epic Fraud
Paul Radvany in The Wall Street Journal, June 29, 2009
Madoff Victims Speak Their Minds
James Cohen in HedgeFund.net, June 29, 2009
Firefighters Case Prompts Reaction on Sotomayor's Role in Lower Court Decision
Sheila Foster in PBS, June 29, 2009
Life Behind Bars for Madoff?
Paul Radvany in Reuters, June 29, 2009
Plays on words and words on playwrights
Joseph Tartakovsky in Longview News-Journal, June 29, 2009
Sotomayor Firefighter Ruling Reversed by High Court
Sheila Foster in Bloomberg, June 29, 2009
Law Professor on Madoff
Paul Radvany on ABC7, June 29, 2009
Madoff gets 150 years for ‘extraordinarily evil’ crime
James Cohen in Christian Science Monitor, June 29, 2009
Making Financial Regulation Work: The Elephants of Banking
Zephyr Teachout in Washington Post, June 29, 2009
Supreme Court backs white firefighters in bias case
Sheila Foster in Reuters, June 29, 2009
Justices Rule for White Firefighters in Bias Case
Sheila Foster in The New York Times, June 29, 2009
Life Behind Bars for Madoff?
Paul Radvany in Slate, June 29, 2009
For Bernie Madoff, time to meet justice with judge Denny Chin
Alumnus Denny Chin in New York Daily News, June 28, 2009
Highway To Heaven
Marc Arkin in Wall Street Journal, June 26, 2009
Voting Rights Act ruling praised; some fear law’s future
Jerry H. Goldfeder in The Florida Catholic, June 26, 2009
Supreme Court Says Child’s Rights Violated by Strip Search
Dan Capra in The New York Times, June 25, 2009
NYC: Too Big to Fail
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, June 24, 2009
Madoff Begs For Lighter Sentence
Paul Radvany in Hedgefund.net, June 24, 2009
US bishops, Catholic hospitals sign accord with labor unions
The Feerick Center in Catholic Culture, June 23, 2009
RC Health Care & Labor Unions
The Feerick Center in National Catholic Weekly, June 23, 2009
Labor unions, Catholic hospitals to end conflict
The Feerick Center in Associated Press, June 23, 2009
Health, labor leaders OK principles to help workers decide on unions
The Feerick Center in Catholic News Service, June 23, 2009
Justices Let Stand a Central Provision of Voting Rights Act
Jerry Goldfeder in The New York Times, June 23, 2009
Catholic bishops, labor agree on balloting guidelines
The Feerick Center in Modern Healthcare, June 23, 2009
Catholic hospitals, unions reach accord
The Feerick Center in Fierce Healthcare, June 23, 2009
Chamber of Commerce, Unionbuster vs. Pope, Catholic Bishops on Union Rights
Feerick Center in the Huffington Post, June 22, 2009
Rich Ross had a Mouse ear for 'tween' talent
Fordham Law Alumnus Rich Ross in the Los Angeles Times, June 21, 2009
Criminal Cases Push Newspapers to Identify Anonymous Commenters
Jeffrey D. Neuburger in PBS Mediashift, June 17, 2009
CJ Calls For Hard Work To Improve Judicial System
Fordham-Ghana Summer Law Programme in Ghana Graphic, June 16, 2009
Fordham University opens Summer Law School in Ghana
Paolo Galizzi in Joy Online, June 16, 2009
One On 1: Cesar Perales Discusses The Latino Struggle
Alumnus Cesar Perales in NY 1, June 15, 2009
Are Jenny Durkan's party ties an ethics issue?
Bruce Green in Seattle Times, June 15, 2009
On This Day in History: June 11; Chose Football Over Priesthood
Alumnus Vince Lombardi in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, June 11, 2009
Diane von Furstenberg Studio Settles with Mercy of Canada
Professor Susan Scafidi in Business Wire, June 11, 2009
New York State of Mindlessness
Adjunct Professor Jerry H. Goldfeder in the New York Times, June 10, 2009
Searching for Clues in Sotomayor's Opinions
Susan Block-Lieb and Richard Scott Carnell in American Banker, June 8, 2009
Reaching Out to New Generation of Labor Lawyers
Fordham Law student Artemio Guerra in AFL-CIO Now Blog, June 8, 2009
Supporters Defend Execution Law
Deborah Denno in World-Herald News Service, June 3, 2009
Economic credentialing: Policy restricts doctor-patient relationship, discourages competition, court rules
David J. Goldberg, M.D., J.D. in Modern Medicine, June 1, 2009
Don't let recession pressures up your exposure: under-promise and over-deliver
David J. Goldberg, M.D., J.D. in Modern Medicine, June 1, 2009
Police nightmare in NY: shooting fellow officer
James A. Cohen in Associated Press, May 30, 2009
A Brief History of AP's Battles with News Aggregators
Jeffrey D. Neuburger in PBS Mediashift, May 26, 2009
Terry Barnich, RIP. Valiant Defender of Peace
Alumnus Terry Barnich in Chicago Daily Observer, May 26, 2009
City, Courts Kick Off Campaign to Encourage Lawyers to Volunteer
The Feerick Center in New York Law Journal, May 26, 2009
EBay wins court fight against L'Oreal in UK
Susan Scafidi in The Guardian (AP Foreign), May 22, 2009
Smart Giving in a Troubled Climate
Assistant Dean for Institutional Advancement Julie Lucas in the New York Times, May 21, 2009
Guantanamo: Redux
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, May 21, 2009
New York Law Journal Spotlights Leitner Center Efforts on Behalf of Missing Chinese Attorney
Martin Flaherty in New York Law Journal, May 21, 2009
Project wins human rights award
Leitner Center in Whangarei Leader, May 19, 2009
N.C. court overturns ban on doctor participation in executions
Deborah W. Denno in American Medical News, May 18, 2009
Economic crisis brings pro bono to crossroads
PIRC Assistant Dean Tom Schoenherr in National Law Journal, May 18, 2009
Law Students Teach Scalia about Privacy and the Web
Joel Reidenberg in New York Times, May 17, 2009
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post: A Tale of Two Holocaust Travelers
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, May 15, 2009
WVa scam is rare type of ID theft
Joel Reidenberg in Yahoo! Finance, May 9, 2009
A Missing Chinese Lawyer
Martin Flaherty in the New York Times, May 8, 2009
Chrysler Creditors Attempt to Block Bankruptcy Deal
Carl Felsenfield on BBC World News, May 6, 2009
Fair Use? Tell That to the Judge
Joel Reidenberg in The Washington Post, May 5, 2009
Privacy? What Privacy?
Joel Reidenberg in PCWorld, May 5, 2009
Privacy on the Web
Joel Reidenberg on KUOW 97.9, May 4, 2009
New York Times Editorial Agrees with Jennifer Gordon's Immigration Reform Proposals
Jennifer Gordon in the New York Times, May 3, 2009
The 100 Days of Swine and Roses
Thane Rosenbaum in the Huffington Post, May 2, 2009
A Prompt and Impartial Investigation
Martin Flaherty in ACSblog, May 1, 2009
Law Students Collect Personal Info on Justice Scalia
Joel Reidenberg in ABC News, May 1, 2009
Souter appears set to leave high court
Martin Flaherty in Boston Globe, May 1, 2009
Wyeth Loss Before Supreme Court Breaks Drug Litigation Logjam
Howard Erichson in Bloomberg.com, April 30, 2009
Grin And Bare It
Susan Scafidi in Forbes.com, April 29, 2009
Fordham Law Class Collects Personal Info About Scalia; Supreme Ct. Justice Is Steamed
Joel Reidenberg in ABA Journal, April 29, 2009
Justice Scalia comments on his life as an open book
Joel Reidenberg in NJEsq-Reckless Place (blog), April 29, 2009
Justice Scalia's Dossier: Interesting Issues about Privacy and Ethics
Joel Reidenberg in Concurring Opinions (blog), April 29, 2009
Is Swine Flu A Stigma On Mexicans In New York?
George Conk on WCBS-TV, Channel 2, April 29, 2009
I See England, I See France, I See Nino's Underpants
Joel Reidenberg in The Faulty Lounge, April 29, 2009
Reidenberg Tangles with Scalia!
Joel Reidenberg in Fordham Notes (blog), April 29, 2009
In Defense of Harold Koh: Nominee for State Department Legal Advisor
Catherine Powell in Huffington Post, April 28, 2009
Durban the Sequel: Send Out the Clowns
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, April 25, 2009
Teen Somali pirate to be tried as adult
James Cohen in Christian Science Monitor, April 22, 2009
Justices limit car searches without warrant
Dan Capra in Associated Press, April 22, 2009
Somali pirate sheds tears in NYC courtroom
James Cohen on ABC/NECN, April 22, 2009
Teen Somali pirate suspect to be tried as adult
Thomas H. Lee in New York Times, April 21, 2009
Judge Rules Purported Pirate Will Be Tried As Adult
James Cohen on NY1, April 21, 2009
Minnesota Senate Case Tests Court That Shuns Politics
Bruce Green in New York Times, April 19, 2009
Rx for Toxic Economy: Immigrants
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, April 16, 2009
Dean Harold Koh: A Great Nomination for State Department Legal Advisor
Catherine Powell in Huffington Post, April 14, 2009
Spain's Most Wanted: Gonzales in the Dock
Julian Davis Mortenson in Slate, April 7, 2009
Unlike Madoff, European Insurers Remain at Large
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, April 7, 2009
Amid Downturn, Law Students Give Aggrieved Investors a Day in Court
Paul Radvany in Chronicle of Higher Education, April 3, 2009
Chapter 11 Isn’t Ready ‘For The Trash Heap’
Corporate Law Center in Wall Street Journal Bankruptcy Beat Blog, April 1, 2009
Top NY Bankruptcy Judge Says Chapter 11 Still Works
Corporate Law Center in Reuters, March 31, 2009
Stores seeking fresh new faces
Susan Scafidi in Crain, March 22, 2009
Madoff: Is He Being Treated Unfairly?
James Cohen in BusinessWeek, March 20, 2009
Reviewing AIG's Obligations On Bonus Payments
Steven Thel on NPR - Morning Edition, March 18, 2009
U.S. Attorney Makes First New Arrest in Madoff Case
Paul Radvany in Hedgefund.net, March 18, 2009
U.S. Charges Madoff Accountant with Fraud
Paul Radvany in Reuters, March 18, 2009
State panel due to vote on child sex abuse bill today
James Cohen in Newsday, March 17, 2009
Fox News Strategy Room
Paul Radvany on Fox News, March 16, 2009
Iowa, N.D. Victims of Investment Fraud
Adjunct Professor Evan Stewart in Stateline.org, March 16, 2009
The Madoff Scandal
Paul Radvany in Fortune, March 16, 2009
Recessions expose financial scandals
James Cohen in Christian Science Monitor, March 13, 2009
What's Next in Madoff Scandal?
Paul Radvany on ABC7, March 12, 2009
Couture fashion designer files for bankruptcy
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, March 11, 2009
Madoff to plead guilty, lawyer tells court
James Cohen in Marketwatch, March 10, 2009
J.D. Power Asia Pacific Reports: Finbarr O’Neill Named President of J.D. Power and Associates
Alumnus Finbarr O’Neill in J.D. Power and Associates website, March 10, 2009
Workers Without Borders
Jennifer Gordon in New York Times (Op-Ed), March 10, 2009
Madoff expected to plead guilty Thursday
James Cohen in UPI, March 10, 2009
U.S. Charges Madoff Accountant with Fraud
Paul Radvany in Reuters, March 8, 2009
The Documentary Group
Paul Radvany on The Documentary Group, March 6, 2009
Supreme Court Rejects Limits on Drug-Injury Lawsuits
Benjamin Zipursky in U.S. News & World Report, March 4, 2009
Where to Find Designer Labels for Less
Susan Scafidi in Forbes, March 3, 2009
Supreme Court tackles campaign case
Bruce Green in Associated Press, March 2, 2009
Will the Real Liberals Please Stand Up?
Thane Rosenbaum in Washington Post, March 1, 2009
Money's gone. What action can you take?
Constantine Katsoris in Washington Post, February 25, 2009
Crooks Send Out Monthly Statements, Too
Steven Thel in New York Times, February 25, 2009
Paris Appeals Court Acquits ex-Guantanamo Inmates
Martha Rayner in Associated Press, February 24, 2009
Hiring from top schools steady in '08
Dean William Treanor in National Law Journal, February 23, 2009
Designers divided: strong or safe for fall
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, February 21, 2009
Obama task force determine fate of terror detainees
Martha Rayner in AFP, February 21, 2009
Obama draws fire for 'terror' detainee moves
Martha Rayner in AFP, February 21, 2009
Chimp owner faces likely lawsuit, experts say
James Cohen in Hartford Courant, February 20, 2009
Reform School
John Pfaff in Slate, February 19, 2009
Retrial starts tomorrow for ex-lawyers in diet-drug case
Howard Erichson in Louisville Courier-Journal, February 16, 2009
Not enough lawyers?
James Cohen in Newsday, February 15, 2009
Recession trims Fashion Week expectations
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, February 13, 2009
Raising Money For Nonprofits In Terrible Times
Assistant Dean for Institutional Advancement Julie Lucas in Forbes, February 12, 2009
NY Fashion Week To Trim Down
Susan Scafidi on NY1, February 8, 2009
9/11, USS Cole Victims' Families Meet with Obama
Martha Rayner on CBS2, February 6, 2009
Ginsburg's Cancer Raises Specter of Early Obama Appointment to Court
Thomas H. Lee in Congressional Quarterly, February 5, 2009
U.S. charities resisting recession, but hardships ahead
Alumni Mark Tuohey '73 and Bob Bickford '74 in Reuters, February 5, 2009
Madoff tipster blasts SEC for ineptitude
Steve Thel in Marketplace, February 4, 2009
It's the Media, Not Juveniles, Who Are Delinquent: A Panic About Names
John Pfaff in The Huffington Post, February 3, 2009
Amelioration, Pro Bono & You…
PIRC Director Andrew Chapin in NALP Bulletin, February 1, 2009
For CEOs, thirst for perks may be in their DNA
Steve Thel in Reuters, January 30, 2009
Gitmo's days numbered but grim legacy lives on
Martha Rayner in Canadian Press, January 23, 2009
Experts: Latino advocacy group in LI probe not "wacko"
James A. Cohen in Newsday, January 14, 2009
Obama’s Plan to Close Prison at Guantánamo May Take Year
Catherine Powell in New York Times, January 13, 2009
Civil rights must be for all
Professor Sonia Katyal in The National Law Journal, January 12, 2009
Want a copy of Terrebonne's storm plan? Good luck
Fordham Law Student George Kottas in Houma Today, January 10, 2009
Did Bear Stearns Fool the Street, Too?
Paul Radvany in Businessweek, June 25, 2008