Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Professor Dan Ravicher's Challenge to Gene Patents

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a major case that invalidates patents on two genes associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. The case was brought by Professor Dan Ravicher of Cardozo School of Law, along with the ACLU.

Lee Sporn, Co-Director of Cardozo's FAME Center for Fashion, Art, Media & Entertainment Law, Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

The Global Legal Post - A leading fashion lawyer has won the Luxury Law Summit's Lifetime Achievement award.

Prof. Michel Rosenfeld Quoted on States' Expansion of Individual Rights in U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report: "There's been a retreat" in the courts, says Michel Rosenfeld, a professor at Cardozo Law School. "It used to be that the federal government, through court decisions, was expanding rights to everybody, even in states where there was resistance."

Prof. Kate Shaw's Paper Highlighted in Law 360: Invitees To High Court Amici Party Aren't a Diverse Bunch

Law360 - A recent paper examining amicus invitations from the U.S. Supreme Court found that a majority of invitations were issued to former law clerks and that women and minorities have largely been excluded, revealing a court that has become “increasingly insular and cloistered.”

Prof. Marci Hamilton Quoted in The Jewish Week: Orthodox Activists and Victims Asking NY to Change Sex Abuse Reporting Laws

The Jewish Week - “They are most interested in keeping the civil lawsuits from happening because that is where all of the secrets and cover-ups come out,” said Marci Hamilton, a professor at Yeshiva University’s Cardozo School of Law and an organizer of SOL Reform. It “is about image and power.”

Cardozo Law Ranked No. 8 Most Diverse Law School in Country by preLaw Magazine

The article ranks law schools by the country's diversity, looking at how well the law school student body represents the gender, race and ethnicity of the United States as a whole.

Barbara Kolsun, Co-Director of Cardozo's FAME Center for Fashion, Arts, Media & Entertainment Law, Quoted in the WSJ on Alibaba's Controversial Admission to the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition

The Wall Street Journal - Roughly two dozen brands and other IACC members have privately expressed support in emails and phone calls for Michael Kors’s position but are reluctant to be named because they are working with Alibaba on removing counterfeits, according to Barbara Kolsun, a former IACC chair and a professor at the Cardozo School of Law in New York.

Prof. Kate Shaw Speaks to ABC News on the Supreme Court Immigration Case

ABC News - This case involves the administration’s 2014 announcement that it intends to grant “deferred action” — essentially, temporary relief from the threat of deportation — to millions of people living in the United States without legal status.

Adjunct Prof. Michael Wildes Discusses on MSNBC the Supreme Court's Challenge to President Obama's Executive Order on Immigration

Michael Wildes, adjunct professor at Cardozo School of Law, appeared on MSNBC on April 16, 2016 to provide insight into the Supreme Court decision on the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, or DAPA.

Prof. Marci Hamilton Quoted in The Guardian: Windows Closing for Clergy Sex Abuse Victims to Sue Catholic Church

The Guardian - “We went through decades when powerful institutions, including a lot of religious institutions, ignored the signs that children were being sexually abused and finally, we’re turning the tide on that,” said Marci Hamilton, a professor at Cardozo School of Law. “The only way we can possibly get justice for these victims is to permit them to revive their civil statutes of limitations.”