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.

Adjunct Professor Daniel Silverman's Winning Case Representing The Nation Magazine Featured in New York Law Journal

An important issue in the changing nature of how traditional print media offers news and analysis to the public was raised when a blogger for The Nation magazine whose contract was not renewed filed for unemployment compensation.

In New York City, Lawyers Make All the Difference for Immigrant Detainees Facing Deportation

Northwest Public Television - “No family can have a loved one locked up and deported, simply because they can’t afford counsel,” says Peter Markowitz, director of the Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo School of Law. “That’s not justice, and we don’t do that in New York.”

Professor Brett Frischmann's Op-Ed in The Guardian: "Why It's Dangerous to Outsource Our Critical Thinking to Computers"

It is crucial for a resilient democracy that we better understand how these powerful, ubiquitous websites are changing the way we think, interact and behave. Democracies don’t simply depend on well-informed citizens – they require citizens to be capable of exerting thoughtful, independent judgment.

Professor Deborah Pearlstein in the AP on Obama's War Powers Legacy

Deborah Pearlstein, a former White House official and international law professor at Yeshiva University, said it's likely the next administration will use Obama's framework as its starting point. "By practice and long history, those opinions tend to stand," she said.

Professor Ed Zelinsky: The Three Fallacies of the Popular Vote

Would Secretary Clinton or President-elect Trump have won in 2016 in a direct, nationwide election? We don’t know.

Professor Peter Markowitz in The Village Voice: "Undocumented Teachers and Students Fear Trump's Promise of Mass Deportations"

"People's concern and fear is reasonable, but if this man has an ounce of political sense, and that's a big if, then going after this most sympathetic group of immigrants who were brought here as children through no volition of their own, who have been productive members of society, simply should not be a priority," said Markowitz.

Professor Peter Markowitz Discusses Immigration Policy in The Nation

From providing legal representation to investing in education, localities can help shield immigrants from Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda.

Professor Peter Markowitz Appears on Texas Standard Radio on Whether President Obama Can Pardon Millions of Children Without Documentation

In 2012, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security launched a program giving more than 700,000 minors who entered the country without U.S. documentation exemption from deportation. To apply for the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), young people turned over identifying information – names, addresses and more.